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After almost 3 years of Covid-19 restrictions, annual festivities focusing on the rights of LGBTQ+ people are back.
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Fears of stigmatising monkeypox have so far prevented public health messaging from focusing on gay and bi men even though they’re the most vulnerable.
Aussie rugby players refuse Pride jersey for 'religious reasons'
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Greek Church protests baptism for celebrity same-sex parents
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Social media platforms are failing to prevent LGBTQ hate, says report
The media advocacy group GLAAD is calling on Big Tech companies to be more transparent about how they tackle online hate speech.
How can LGBT+ rights figure in Ukraine's future?
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Top court in Slovenia strikes out bans on same-sex marriage
The Constitutional Court's ruling breaks ground for LGBTQ rights in Central and Eastern Europe, where several countries have constitutional bans on 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".
Wrapped in rainbows: Should big business be involved in Pride Month?
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Polish court orders four towns to scrap 'LGBT-free' declarations
Gay rights activists have hailed the ruling as a "great victory for democracy".
Proud to play: Europe's elite gay athletes make coming out normal
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Where are the most LGBTQ+ friendly destinations in Europe?
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Is the Czech Republic about to legalise same-sex marriage?
Legalising same-sex marriage has broad support among Czechs. But will politicians put a spanner in the works?
Supporting trans rights and podcasting: How Suzi Ruffell does comedy
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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".
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LGBT+ couple's stateless baby 'should be given birth certificate'
Lawyers have hailed the decision as a landmark for gay rights.
Rare moment as footballer, 17, comes out as gay
The 17-year-old Blackpool player is one of just a few players around the world to come out as gay.
Malta remains best European country for LGBT+ rights, says report
Denmark rose seven places to second in the index rankings, while Belgium was third.
UK queer history museum opens doors
The UK’s first LGBTQ+ history museum has opened its doors in London, commemorating and celebrating queer histories from across the country.
Two men jailed for killing of prominent Greek LGBT+ activist
Four police officers have been acquitted of the offence, prompting anger from human rights groups.