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Added on: 05/15/2024
05/14/2024
Eighteen Republican-led states sued the Biden administration late Monday over new federal guidance that aims to protect transgender Americans from workplace discrimination. In a lawsuit filed against…

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Added on: 05/14/2024
05/14/2024
Delhi govt has told the high court that 143 toilets have been constructed in the national capital for exclusive use by transgender persons. In a status report,…

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Added on: 05/14/2024
An organizer with Regina’s Pride parade says she was surprised to get an application from the governing Saskatchewan Party asking to take part in the event next…

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Added on: 05/14/2024
05/13/2024
In the bucolic, and conservative, small town of Broadview Heights, Ohio — south of Cleveland, north of Akron and right next door to the spectacular Cuyahoga Valley…

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Added on: 05/14/2024
05/13/2024
Esther McVey, the “minister for common sense”, has said she will crack down on diversity initiatives in the civil service, including banning the wearing of rainbow lanyards….

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Added on: 05/13/2024
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — When Luana Salva got her first formal job after years of prostitution, she was ecstatic. A quota law in Argentina that promoted the…

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Added on: 05/13/2024
05/12/2024
In a significant step towards reconciliation, the New South Wales government has announced a formal apology to individuals who faced discrimination under previous laws criminalising homosexuality. The…

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Added on: 05/13/2024
BERLIN — Swiss Eurovision fans were getting ready Sunday to give a hero’s welcome to singer Nemo, who won the 68th Eurovision Song Contest with “The Code,” an operatic pop-rap…

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Added on: 05/13/2024
05/12/2024
Like any competitive swimmer, Meghan Cortez-Fields knows how high the stakes can be in a sport where mere hundredths of a second can mean the difference between…

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Added on: 05/12/2024
05/12/2024
Hundreds of activists for sexual diversity in Cuba held a demonstration in the streets of the capital on Saturday, both to celebrate the update of the laws…

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Added on: 05/12/2024
05/11/2024
Former President Trump said Friday he would roll back transgender student protections enacted last month by the Biden administration “on day one” of his presidency if he…

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Added on: 05/12/2024
05/11/2024
Until a few years ago, few places in Brazil had gay parades. Today, however, the reality is different. From Oiapoque to Chuí, distant cities celebrate their LGBT…

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Added on: 05/12/2024
The Organization for Refuge, Asylum, and Migration had a homecoming in the San Francisco Bay Area in an effort to drum up support and talk about its…

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Added on: 05/11/2024
05/10/2024
A year after Uganda enacted one of the world’s harshest anti-gay laws, many LGBTQ+ exiles are struggling to start over, facing a host of new hurdles alongside…

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Added on: 05/11/2024
05/10/2024
The Scottish government has recommitted to legislation that will allow someone to self-identify their legally recognised sex. The Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill was passed by the…

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Added on: 05/11/2024
05/10/2024
In a revealing new memoir titled The Klansman’s Son: My Journey from White Nationalism to Antiracism, R. Derek Black, once known as a figurehead of American white…

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Added on: 05/11/2024
Generous donors have contributed $9,447 in the seven days since Project Not Alone announced its 2024 fund drive on May 3. That surpassed the goal of $8,122….

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Added on: 05/10/2024
In one of his first decisions after taking office, the newly elected mayor of Kraków, Poland’s second-largest city, has announced that he will attend the city’s annual…

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Added on: 05/10/2024
05/09/2024
The authorities in Moscow are considering a misdemeanour charge against a self-described “gay basher” and “defender of traditional values” for discrediting the Russian army, news outlet Ostorozhno…

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Added on: 05/10/2024
05/09/2024
Homophobia and transphobia numbers show that violence against the LGBT group has not decreased. On the contrary, it increased. This year, every hour a homosexual, bisexual, transvestite…

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Added on: 05/10/2024
(Berlin, May 9, 2024) – The Georgian parliament’s introduction of a bill obliging certain nongovernmental groups and media outlets to register as “organizations serving the interests of a foreign power” threatens…

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Added on: 05/09/2024
05/08/2024
ACCRA, May 8 (Reuters) – Ghana’s Supreme Court said on Wednesday that lawyers battling over the legality of one of Africa’s most restrictive anti-LGBTQ bill must amend…

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Added on: 05/09/2024
05/08/2024
The largest scouting organisation in the US announced on Tuesday (7 May) that it will change its name to Scouting America as part of an initiative to…

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Added on: 05/09/2024
05/08/2024
Iraqi Kurdistan region,— The recent changes made by the Iraqi parliament to the country’s laws against prostitution, which now include penalties for homosexuality and transsexuality, will not…

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Added on: 05/09/2024
05/08/2024
Timur Bulatov, a Russian activist who has boasted about denouncing LGBT people and Kremlin critics to the authorities, is now in the line of fire himself, charged…

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Added on: 05/08/2024
05/07/2024
Ghana’s Supreme Court will on Wednesday May 8, 2024 start hearing a case that has the potential to both threaten the West African country’s 20 billion debt…

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Added on: 05/08/2024
China’s first publicly recognised transgender dancer has remarried the love of her life whom she was forced to divorce 18 years ago. Jin Xing, 56, from Liaoning…

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Added on: 05/08/2024
05/07/2024
The Seoul Queer Culture Festival will take place in the capital’s streets this year, organisers of South Korea’s annual LGBTQ gathering said on Tuesday, after the city…

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Added on: 05/08/2024
05/07/2024
Seven more Republican-led states sued Tuesday to challenge a new federal regulation that seeks to protect the rights of transgender students in the nation’s schools. Republican plaintiffs…

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Added on: 05/07/2024
The arrest in Bangladesh of two lesbians who wanted to get married has drawn criticism from Paris-based human rights advocates. Asha Sinha, age 16,, and Liza Akhter,…