America's longest continuously-published and highest weekly circulation LGBTQ newspaper will celebrate its historic 50th anniversary edition to be published on April 1. Advertising space reservations for this special issue are now being accepted.
Jamaica is known as the "most homophobic place on earth," but that might soon begin to change, much to the excitement of LGBTQ advocates and queer Jamaicans who hope the Caribbean country will truly become "one love."
The European Union's Court of Justice now has to decide if a binational lesbian couple's daughter will be granted a Bulgarian birth certificate and receive citizenship.
President Joe Biden put his campaign words into action, sending a signal to the world that America was picking up the torch again as a global leader championing LGBTQ rights.
LGBTQ Victorians celebrated Australia's groundbreaking ban on conversion therapy February 4, calling the bill "gold-standard legislation" that other states should follow. The bill will become law, local television news reported.
Recently confirmed Secretary of State Antony Blinken is committed to immediately placing LGBTQ rights into the United States foreign policy once again.
Binational Taiwanese same-sex couples' marriages and international weddings might soon be legally recognized in Taiwan, the Judicial Yuan announced January 22.
Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni sailed to a sixth consecutive term January 14, following a campaign that ramped up anti-gay rhetoric and was marred by violence against the opposition party.
French LGBTQ cultural preservationists are standing their ground against the French government in their effort to establish an independent LGBTQ history archive and center in Paris.
LGBT Asylum Project co-founder Okan Sengun launched his YouTube channel January 4.
The new decade started jubilantly, but the light quickly went out shortly after 2020 began.
Hundreds of religious leaders representing the major world faiths have called upon countries to end conversion therapy and violence against LGBTQ people and to decriminalize homosexuality.
David Aruquipa and Guido Montano last week became Bolivia's first gay couple to be legally recognized.