LGBTQIA+ World News

Cuba’s parade against homophobia is cancelled; Brunei extends the moratorium on the death penalty (by stoning) for sex between men; the Democratic Unionist Party elects its first gay candidate to parliament Cuban LGBT Community Calls Out Government for Canceling Parade Brunei says it won’t enforce death penalty for gay sex First openly gay DUP candidate […]

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Transgender Pakistanis can serve as police; the President of Brazil is worried about gay tourism; and the first Armenian trans woman to speak to parliament gets death threats. Police to allow transgender recruits in Pakistan province Bolsonaro: Brazil must not become ‘gay tourism paradise’ Armenian MPs call for trans activist to be burned alive after […]

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Death by stoning for gay sex in Brunei, leading at least one trans teenager to seek asylum and lesbians in eastern Europe gather in the Ukraine despite successful counter-protests. Brunei defends death by stoning for gay sex in letter to EU Transgender teenager from Brunei seeks asylum in Canada Lesbians Held Conference in Kyiv Despite […]

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LGBTQIA+ US News

Affirming mosques help gay Muslims reconcile faith, sexuality Around the world, more inclusive mosques are opening their doors and instituting policies that are more LGBTQ friendly. Although there is currently no formal movement for the establishment or tracking of these mosques in the US, they seem to be growing.  Google Employees Protest ‘Anti-LGBTQ’ Conservative’s Appointment […]

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Fresh Challenges To State Exclusions On Transgender Health Coverage Both the Affordable Care Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act have provisions that have broadly been determined to protect transgender individuals from being discriminated against when it comes to their healthcare, however 30 states still allow health plans to exclude transgender-related healthcare from their policies.  […]

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Poland’s nationalist party uses LGBT rights as a wedge issue; the Irish PM stands up to Pence against discrimination; Botswana’s high court will hear a challenge to current law criminalizing gay sex. Poland’s ruling party picks LGBT rights as election battlefront Irish PM Leo Varadkar anti-discrimination message for US Botswana court to hear case against […]

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Progressive politics from a Lebanese band; Malaysians are upset that LGBT persons exist and that they participated in a Woman’s Day march; South Korea’s Constitutional Court considers the military’s “sodomy law”. Mashrou’ Leila: the Lebanese indie band championing Arab gay rights In Muslim Malaysia, Uproar Over LGBT Groups at Women’s Day March LGBTQ Malaysians Fight […]

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Fluid identities celebrated in the Philippines; lesbian role brings award to Kenyan actress; Bohemian Rhapsody to be edited for Chinese audience (and censors). In the Philippines they think about gender differently. We could too. Fespaco: Banned lesbian love story Rafiki wins award ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is going to China. But will gay-themed biopic be censored?

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Dangers asylum-seekers find at home; Taiwan offers legal protections but not marriage – and no one’s happy; Cuba gets religion; Sissies unite in Sydney! Trans asylum-seeker killed after U.S. deportation back to El Salvador Taiwan unveils Asia’s first draft law on same-sex marriage Cuba’s evangelical alliance leads crusade against gay marriage Sissy Ball: Sydney’s queer […]

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