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Mounir Baatour says there has been a “positive” reaction to his campaign to become Tunisia's first openly gay president.
Thousands of people turned out to celebrate LGBT rights in London and Budapest's Pride parades. This year marked 50 years since the Stonewall uprising in New York, a protest that changed the face of the gay rights movement worldwide.
After a whopping 100,000 people marched for Gay Pride in 2014 in Istanbul, authorities prohibited the march from taking place in subsequent years.
This year's New York City gay pride parade marked 50 years since the Stonewall riots that brought the issue of LGBTQ rights to the world's attention
In the socially conserative Balkan state of North Macedonia it was the first LGBTQ Pride parade ever.
Future monarch Prince William says he isn't bothered if his three children — Prince George, 5, Princess Charlotte, 4, and Prince Louis, 2 — are gay.
Caine Youngman, a human rights activist in Botswana, told Euronews that the Botswana High Court ruling to decriminalise homosexuality sends a 'huge and loud message' to the rest of the country.
The Vatican has published a document that takes aim at modern gender identity theory.
The paper is called “Male and female He created them” is directed to Catholic schools, instructing them in ways to counter efforts to: “deny the natural difference between a man and a woman”.
Singer Elton John, 72, on Friday criticized the reported censorship in Russia of gay sex scenes in "Rocketman" — the new film based on his life.
Thousands of members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community hit the streets for South Korea's Gay Pride Festival.
"I feel very lucky that I can say this out loud to everyone: I am gay and I am getting married," said Shane Lin, a 31-year-old baker who with his partner were the first couple to register in the Taipei office.
Poland is generally perceived as one of Europe's more socially conservative countries, but European Parliamentary candidate and former city mayor Robert Biedroń, the country’s only openly gay politician, is hoping to change that.
Hundreds of LGBT rights supporters gathered outside Taiwan's parliament on Tuesday (May 14) demanding for their rights as the parliament votes on three proposed bills
Gay rights activists organised an unauthorised march down eight blocks of one of Havana's main thoroughfares before they were stopped by police.
Several gay rights activists have been arrested after clashing with police at an unauthorised pride march in Cuban capital, Havana.
The Royal Canadian Mint presented a commemorative coin on Tuesday to honour "50 years of progress in recognizing the rights of LGBT Canadians," according to a statement released by the organization.
The coin marks 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality in the country, and features the words "Equality-Egalite".
"We want people to stop satanizing and discriminating against the LGBT community. We are not sick, we are not an aberration, we are citizens who are here to build a better country."
Spain's health minister warns Catholic diocese over a report that it offered to convert an undercover reporter posing as gay man
Hollywood actor George Clooney led calls for a boycott of the luxury hotels owned by the Brunei Investment Agency, which is headed by the country's 72-year-old sultan.
Mother and baby are said to be "doing fine," according to statement.
Several hundred people participated in a bike rally on Sunday to mark the end of Hanoi's annual gay pride week and to advocate for LGBT rights in Vietnam.
The parade comes just weeks ahead of a referendum that is set to decide whether same-sex marriages will be recognised on the island.
The bakery was found guilty of discrimination in 2015 and lost a subsequent appeal in 2016 after they refused to bake a cake iced with the words "Support Gay Marriage" accompanied with the image of Sesame Street characters Bert and Ernie based on their religious beliefs.
A referendum which sought to change Romania's constitution to make gay marriage less accessible has failed to meet the minimum turnout needed for the result to be valid.
As Romania takes to the polls this weekend for a referendum on the constitutional definition of marriage, Florin Buhuceanu and Victor Ciobotaru are staying at home.