Not everyone identifies as male or female. This is what it’s like to be nonbinary in a world that wants to box you in.
This story is part of “Still Fighting”, a series exploring the past 50 years of LGBTQ2 activism in Canada.
There’s a kernel of contrarianism that fuels some of the best social movements. Movements that, if history is any judge, have traditionally begun when one, or some, people get to “enough,” or maybe “too much,” and put their feet down.
WHO'SMYTRIBE is an online media campaign, led by Africans, which aims to reduce stigmatisation and discrimination against sexual and gender diversity including lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Some U.S. diplomats have been finding ways to defy, or at least get around, the new policy.
The first such sentence in Poland.
“UNAIDS has assisted us in understanding where our gaps are in our organizational policies and helping us to shape the direction in which we should go.”
Same-sex couples who want to have a family in Germany still face legal and cultural barriers
Inspired by Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners in the 1980s, Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants (LGSMigrants) is a queer group that stands in solidarity with other communities facing state violence and media attacks.
Support, acceptance and visibility of these families has been ignored in the region for far too long.
A years-long government inquiry says human rights abuses "perpetrated historically and maintained today by the Canadian state" has led to violence against Indigenous women and girls that amounts to genocide.
The right to education is a fundamental right of citizens in all countries. Educational institutions play an essential role in shaping the attitudes of individuals and society. At the same time, education is a vital basis for all individuals to obtain social opportunities and resources.