A group of United Nations human rights experts have urged the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan to reject a bill that would introduce criminal and administrative sanctions for acts aimed at forming “a positive attitude towards non-traditional sexual orientation,” warning that the proposed law would go against the country’s human rights obligations and commitments.
Yesterday, the European Parliament voted for a report defining its input into the global future development policy. The report contains strong wording on LGBTI rights and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).
Previous Norwegian Police Security Service (PST) chief Asbjørn Bryhn warned Norwegian foreign Ministry against gays and adulterous diplomats.
Following two critically acclaimed EPs, Johanna Glaza returns on November 30 with her latest single ‘Paper Widow.’ Armed with her unique voice, a striking melody and varied electronic textures, Johanna Glaza continues to craft what The Line of Best Fit called “beguiling and immersive” music.
Research by the University of Portsmouth claims link between homosexual attraction and bonding successfully with members of the same sex
The United States was proud to host the third Annual Conference to Advance the Human Rights of and Promote Inclusive Development for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Persons (LGBTI) held in Washington from November 12–14.
Stonewall today marks its 25th anniversary with the launch of a guide celebrating older lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) role models. LGBT Voices, kindly supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, features the stories of 25 people who have contributed to the campaign for equality in Britain and around the world.
The Transgender Legal Defense & Education Fund (TLDEF) today renewed its call for justice in the case of a slain transgender woman after the New York State Court of Appeals overturned the hate crime conviction of the man accused of killing her but allowed the state to retry him on the disputed hate crime charge. DeLee was originally convicted of manslaughter in the first degree as a hate crime for the 2008 killing of Syracuse resident Lateisha “Teish” Green, a 22-year-old African American transgender woman.
I’ve had it hard. It has been yelled shit to me like “fucking Queer” and many other bad things. There are many Muslims who look down on me, says a 14-year-old boy from a Muslim background to NRK.
Fede is young, hot, horny and in a chatroom. When he meets a gay couple online, he decides to take the plunge and over to theirs to see where the night takes him.