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The policy follows a 2019 removal of Virgin's mandatory makeup rule for female staff and a 2022 move to allow visible tattoos.
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Meloni's Brothers of Italy party states that is is against marriage equality, gay parents adopting children, and surrogate pregnancies.
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MEPs' joint letter calls on Serbia to revoke EuroPride cancellation
The European 145 lawmakers signing the statement said that "awarding EuroPride to Belgrade was and remains the right decision."
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PM Lee said the repeal of the old Penal Code entry would be limited and that the government would amend the constitution to ensure that there could be no constitutional challenge to allow same-sex marriage.
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Turkish police break up LGBTQ+ Pride march in Ankara, detain 30 people
Authorities in the Mediterranean country have banned all domestic LGBTQ+ events, citing "security reasons".
Polish court orders four towns to scrap 'LGBT-free' declarations
Gay rights activists have hailed the ruling as a "great victory for democracy".
In the midst of war, Kyiv's Pride parade held in Warsaw
About 300 participants travelled from Ukraine to the Polish capital, which is now home to a quarter-million Ukrainians who fled the war.
Thousands return to march in São Paulo's LGBT pride after COVID hiatus
Several hundred thousand people march in São Paulo's traditional LGBTQ+ pride march under the slogan 'Vote with pride, for a politics that represents us,' in reference to the presidential elections in October.
Austria to lower hurdles for LGBT+ citizens to donate blood
Health Minister Johannes Rauch said the country was "putting an end to discrimination from another age".
LGBT+ couple's stateless baby 'should be given birth certificate'
Lawyers have hailed the decision as a landmark for gay rights.
Malta remains best European country for LGBT+ rights, says report
Denmark rose seven places to second in the index rankings, while Belgium was third.
Norway issues apology 50 years after decriminalising homosexuality
According to the Norwegian government, 119 men were convicted for having sex with another man between 1902 and 1950.
Meet the gay stylists playing a key role in Spain’s Holy Week
Despite being heavily involved in the most famous, theatrical and rapturous Holy Week in the world, the LGBT+ community in southern Spain are continually relegated to the margins
Film shot in Ukraine takes aim at Russian homophobia
The first film highlighted homophobia in sport but now directors are taking aim at Putin's homophobia, as their Ukrainian cast and crew take up arms.
Oscars 2022 highlight LGBT+ rights in historic night
The evening showcased the best of queer Hollywood with on-stage protests and historic wins.
Kosovo's parliament rejects new law recognising same-sex civil unions
It would have been the first time a Muslim-majority country allowed same-sex civil unions.
What issues do LGBT+ Ukrainians face when fleeing the war?
Three million people have now left Ukraine, fleeing the Russian invasion, but the plight of LGBT+ refugees is different.
Can streaming platforms stand up to LGBT censorship by tough regimes?
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A picnic to celebrate equal marriage law in Chile
Same-sex couples and families gathered Saturday in the sunny Chilean capital Santiago, celebrating a yearly picnic that for a decade was their flagship protest for an equal marriage law.
Grindr disappears from China's app stores
The gay dating app vanished from app stores amid a government push to "purify" the internet ahead of the Beijing Winter Olympics - but censorship may not be to blame.
French MPs approve law banning so-called gay conversion therapy
Prison sentences and fines will be introduced for anyone who tries to change the sexual orientation or gender identity of LGBT citizens.
France removes restrictions on gay blood donors
Blood donation will be open to all French citizens regardless of their sexual orientation from 16 March.
Court rejects appeal against acquittal of trio for LGBT halo posters
They were initially charged over posters that depicted the Virgin Mary with an LGBT halo.
Germany appoints first-ever commissioner dedicated to LGBT+ issues
Green MP Sven Lehmann will be in charge of preparing a "national action plan" to promote acceptance and protect diversity.