EU flags, European Parliament, Strasbourg

Each year 17th of May is commemorated as an International Day against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOT) in order to raise awareness of the LGBT* issues worldwide. This year the occasion inspired the members of the European Parliament to take action and issue a resolution regarding the gross violation of human rights in Chechnya, where

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Lesbian Mother Granted ‘Husband’s Rights’ in Landmark Case

A lesbian woman has been granted “husband’s rights” in a land mark case heard in Tennessee. Erica and Sabrina Witt, from Knoxville, were married and had a child together that Sabrina carried with the help of a sperm donor. However, when the couple split Erica has little legal standing in obtaining custody because she never

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Donald Trump ditched explicit anti-LGBT language from a ‘religious freedom’ executive order he signed today – but campaigners say it’s still setting up an attack on equality. Reports emerged earlier this week that the White House was preparing for the signing of an executive order that would address religious ‘objections’ to LGBT people. An early draft of the order had leaked from

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Lithuanian representatives at the EuroPride 2014 in Oslo

On June 28, 2014, the EuroPride March took place in Oslo, the capital of Norway. The event gathered international LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender persons) as well as many of their supporters. The official number of participants still has to be confirmed, but it is likely to have exceeded last year’s participation to the