An Italian appeals court has upheld the right of a lesbian woman to adopt her partner's biological child, a gay rights group said on Wednesday, in a landmark case for the Catholic country as it considers granting rights to same-sex couples.
Equal adoption rights for same-sex couples have been approved in Portugal following a parliamentary vote this afternoon (Friday, 20 November 2015). A large majority of parliamentarians voted to extend adoption rights to same-sex couples.
Statement to more than 25,000 faithful in Rome on Sunday comes on heels of the city’s well-attended LGBT pride festival, and support of same-sex civil unions by Italy’s Lower House of Parliament.
Sixty protesters rallied outside Dolce and Gabbana’s flagship London store in Old Bond Street at lunchtime Thursday 19 March.
Human rights activist Peter Tatchell attacks Stefano Gabbana for "rank hypocrisy" over his comments about same-sex families.
Conservative politician compares Elton John's call for boycott on Dolce & Gabbana to the attitudes that led to the Charlie Hebdo massacre
The creative director of Dolce & Gabbana’s online magazine Swide has stepped down from his role amid the controversy surrounding the comments the two designers made to an Italian magazine late last week, disparaging nontraditional families and children born through alternative reproductive technologies.
A debate regarding same-sex couples and children was ignited over the weekend from the most unusual place: comments by openly-gay couple Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, who in an interview spoke of the “classical” family saying “no [to] chemical children and [a] rented uterus.”
The article ‘Different, but Happy.’, was recognised by the jury for telling “a positive story of LGBT families” which at the same time explores the difficulties that they can face.