LGBTQ world history was written when transgender Niels Jansen last Saturday night, was crowned to become Mr Gay Denmark 2018.
Few days ago Niall Horan (formerly of One Direction) tweeted about new parents leaving an apology note on a long flight.
In the last three years, the art, debates and activism at the Roskilde Festival been focusing on equality, solidarity and human rights.
A pair of Russian newlyweds have become the first same-sex couple to have their marriage recognised in their home country, after finding an apparent legal loophole.
Her Majesty Queen Margrethe spoke the tradition of faith to the Danish people on Danmarks Radio TV (DR), New Year's Eve, and this year she said a sentence that has been alerted and cheered in the Danish LGBTQ community.
As a 15-year-old, former prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt's daughter told her family that she is a lesbian. The first response by then prime minister was "Oh no."
Danish prosecutors have charged a 49-year-old imam for making public remarks against gays, whom he compared to pedophiles.
The Danish Supreme Court gave their judgement Thursday in the case with the State for the introduction of church weddings of same-sex couples.
More than twice as many minors as expected have expressed a desire to change their gender this year.
Denmark’s given a last-minute reprieve to a Ugandan lesbian asylum seeker, announcing a review of her case on the day she was to be sent home.
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