Thousands of members of Cuba's LGBT community staged a colourful parade through the streets of Havana on Saturday (May 12), marching against homophobia and calling for equal rights for the community.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
On paper, Bosnia and Herzegovina has made strides in advancing LGBT rights. But in practice, gay men and women do not feel safe from discrimination or harassment.
The Amnesty International World report reviews topics such as freedom of expression, counter-terrorism laws, immigration laws, women's rights, and minority rights.
For most married couples in Europe, their union is legally recognised throughout the continent. But others, like Adrian Coman and Clai Hamilton, have spent six years trying to get the same privilege.
The Australian ambassador to France popped the question in a video posted on social media
A timeline of how Europe has gradually legalised gay marriage.
The move brings Austria into line with many other European nations.
Victorian MP Tim Wilson proposed to his partner, Ryan Bolger, during Question Time in Parliament
Australia's Senate passes same-sex marriage law, dismissing conservative efforts to let religious objectors refuse to provide wedding services to gay couples
Despite funding cuts, local media estimate that 800,000 people gathered on Copacabana beach for the annual event.
Turkey bans all events by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights groups in its capital Ankara.
A statement by Turkish authorities cited "public safety and terrorism risks" as the causes
Thousands celebrate at a rally in Sydney afer Australians vote overwhelmingly for legislation supporting same-sex marriage
Officials declare the results of a nationwide postal survey after years of fierce public and political debate
Homosexuality remains deeply taboo and punishable by law in world's biggest democracy.
The 33-year-old beat a rival who refused to refer to her as 'she'.
Nicola Sturgeon: "I categorically, unequivocally and wholeheartedly apologise for those laws and for the hurt and the harm they did to so many."
Tens of thousands celebrate Taiwan's LGBT Pride
Michelle Suarez became Uruguay’s first transgender senator on Tuesday, October 10.
Campaigners have described the event as a test of the conservative Balkan state's rights record as it seeks to join the European Union.