Love wins, or so the popular adage celebrating LGBTQ+ union goes. But in the UK, public attitudes towards same-sex relationships have fallen for the first time in 30 years. What’s behind the sudden shift, and how can we move forward?
District Court nominee Matthew Kacsmaryk faces widespread opposition from LGBT rights groups
Many bishops are looking for support from the Vatican on the topic
Offences double since 2014 against gay and lesbian people and treble against trans people, Guardian analysis reveals
Manifestation was disclosed by the advisor of the president of the House, Davi Alcolumbre (DEM-AP). In a judgment on Thursday, the Supreme Court authorized the criminalization of homophobia.
Eight of 11 justices voted to treat homophobia in the same way as racism under Brazilian law, making it a criminal act.
The recent beating and killing of Muhlaysia Booker, a black transgender woman, revealed deep divides in a community already reeling from violence and social neglect.
STF debates criminalization of homophobia: know what's at stake
The LGBTQ sports group grandly slammed her recent op-ed accusing trans athletes of cheating.
Minister Celso de Mello votes in favor of framing homophobia as a crime of racism
Brazil’s supreme court is expected to rule Wednesday on a pair of cases that could determine whether homophobia and transphobia should be considered criminal offenses.
A surprisingly mainstream movement of feminists known as TERFs oppose transgender rights as a symptom of “female erasure.”