A politician has been forced to donate to an LGBT parade over his disgusting comments.
Liberty, equality, fertility: France allows IVF for gay and single women
A national sperm shortage may mean some people continue to travel to conceive.
Gay priest refuses to marry straight couples in discrimination protest
“I want to show the absurdity, the theological and ethical reprehensibility, of denying marriage to two consenting adults.”
Switzerland may legalise same-sex marriage next month
Despite conservative opposition, most Swiss people look set to vote for marriage equality.
People living with HIV at 100 times greater risk of suicide: study
“There is an urgent need to prioritise mental health screening and care into all HIV testing and treatment settings.”
Thousands march against homophobia in Poland
Yesterday’s Equality Parade drew huge crowds in support of the community.
How you can enjoy this year’s Eurovision Song Contest
The Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final will be broadcast this Sunday.
Decriminalising gay sex key to HIV fight, expert says
More than 60 countries still criminalise homosexuality.
‘LGBT-free’ Polish town suffers as ‘laughingstock’ amid sanctions
Many areas in Poland have declared themselves free of LGBT ‘ideology’.
Loopholes feared in new German laws against forced intersex surgery
Advocates say the laws may be insufficient to protect babies and children.
Europe approves first long-acting HIV treatment injection
People living with HIV now have the option of monthly or two-monthly injections instead of daily pills.
Opinion: Gender self-ID would most benefit intersex people
"Self-identification would benefit us the most, as intersex people are for all intents and purposes outside the binary."
Pandemic threatens future of gay bars and clubs
The ongoing lockdown may mean the end for some venues.
Poland outlaws ‘LGBT propaganda’ amid ‘growing hate speech’
Local governments around the country have declared ‘LGBT-free zones’.