LGBT rights

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Justin Trudeau loves us and we love him too!

Justin Trudeau loves us and we love him too!

Justin Trudeau is raising the issue of LGBT rights with some of the world's most anti-gay leaders! Not only he is extremely good looking, but he is probably the world’s most pro-LGBT political leader. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says that his commitment to promoting LGBT+ equality doesn’t stop at his own shores. The Canadian leader, who drew plaudits for…
Australia, for or against same sex marriage?

Australia, for or against same sex marriage?

Australia has begun sending out ballots for a non-binding vote on support for legalising same-sex marriage. The survey does not have the power to change the law but could lead to a vote in parliament. Australian political leaders, including Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, have said they support the Yes campaign. People will have until 7 November to cast their vote…
Chile legalises gay marriage and allows LGBT couple to adopt!

Chile legalises gay marriage and allows LGBT couple to adopt!

CHILE LEGALISES GAY MARRIAGE AND ALLOWS LGBT COUPLE TO ADOPT AS HISTORIC NEW BILL SIGNED. Chilean President Michelle Bachelet has introduced a bill to legalise gay marriage, the latest in a series of recent reforms in a country long regarded as one of Latin America’s most socially conservative. Bachelet signed the proposal, which will be sent to lawmakers, at a…
A fashion kiss!

A fashion kiss!

THE FAMOUS ITALIAN FASHION MAGAZINE, 'VOGUE', RELEASED ITS SEPTEMBER ISSUE WITH A COVER WHERE YOU CAN SEE SAME SEX COUPLES KISSING. With the arrival of September holidays are over and many people start getting the summertime blues. However, for fashion lovers, September is a month to wait for impatiently, because it's Vogue's most important issue each year. In September the fall-winter…
Arigatō Japan!

Arigatō Japan!

The Japan Business Federation has come up with a set of guidelines for companies to make their workplaces more LGBTI-friendly Companies in Japan are working together to make life easier for LGBTI people in the workplace. The Japan Business Federation (Keidanren) put together its initial guidelines for helping to protect LGBTI people at work. While it is not illegal to…
Papa Don’t Preach!

Papa Don’t Preach!

Pope Francisco congratulates a GAY couple from Brazil for baptizing their kids. The relationship between the LGBT community and religion has always been compicated as the church has made sure to transmit a homophobic message to most of society, especially in Latinamerican countries where religion plays a very important role in society. This is why, facts like this one surprises…
Thousands of People Manifest in the Gay Pride in Jerusalem

Thousands of People Manifest in the Gay Pride in Jerusalem

Israel is becoming an oasis for the LGBT community in the Middle East. It was seen a couple of months ago with the massive LBTI Pride in Tel Aviv. Unfortunately, this liberal feeling lived in the metropolitan area of this city, is not extended throughout the whole country. A great example has been the Gay Pride in Jerusalem. There, thousands of…
We love ABSOLUT Vodka’s ‘Kiss With Pride’ Campaign

We love ABSOLUT Vodka’s ‘Kiss With Pride’ Campaign

Absolut's new campaign features gay couples kissing in countries where homosexuality is illegal. The vodka brand has created a striking poster campaign called Kiss With Pride on the 50th anniversary of partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales. Absolut wanted to highlight the fact that it is still illegal to engage in same-sex activity in 72 countries worldwide as…
Lady Gaga attacks Trump for discriminating trans people

Lady Gaga attacks Trump for discriminating trans people

Lady Gaga attacks Trump for discriminating trans people in the US Army. The queen of pop and country, and very influential character within the LGBT community, faces once again, the president of the United States of America, Donald Trump. Trump has recently communicated through his Twitter account that he forbids transexual people of serving the US army, fact that has…
A billion people now live with marriage equality

A billion people now live with marriage equality

A new study shows that approximately one billion people now live in a place where same-sex couples can get married legally. Conducted by Melbourne-based LGBT rights activist Tony Pitman, the research reveals that the historic tipping point came around the time when Colombia legalised same-sex marriage a few months back. ‘The turning point came a few weeks ago when Colombia and then several Mexican states all achieved marriage…
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