The number of hate crimes recorded by British police against LGBT+ people rose 27% to 11,638 in the year to March 2018
The British police said Saturday that they had made five arrests in the case of what they called a homophobic attack on two women who were assaulted and robbed on the deserted top deck of a double-decker bus in North London last month.
“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
The State Department on Wednesday lost again in court in its bid to refuse US citizenship to some children who are born overseas to married same-sex couples.
Art After Stonewall: 1969-1989 is a new exhibition surveying how the art world responded to the night that sparked LGBTQ+ liberation.
Brazil demands respect for diversity: we will not accept attitudes and actions linked to racism, machismo, discriminations against lesbian women, gay men, bisexual men and women, transgender and intersex persons (LGBTI+), nor any other attitudes that promote hate.
Ultra-right activists broke windows and reportedly used tear gas on police outside a hotel where the European Lesbian Conference will take place. Despite threats, conference organizers said they would not be intimidated.
A Peruvian court has ruled in favor of a lesbian couple who sued the National Registry of Identification and Civil Status for refusing to register their marriage, which took place in Miami.
Students protested the decision of the North Sumatra University's rectorate to dismiss 18 students from the editorial board of the Suara USU website following the publication of a short story about a woman's unrequited love for another woman.
Shortly after disbanding its student press, Suara USU, for publishing an LGBT-themed short story, North Sumatra University (USU) has barred former members of the now-defunct press organization from holding discussions on LGBT issues.
The rector of state-run North Sumatra University (USU), Runtung Sitepu, has threatened to revoke the publishing permit of the campus’ student website, Suara USU, after the news outlet published a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT)-themed short story.