Bermuda’s example shows that LGBTQ equality cannot be taken for granted, even within battles we think we’ve won.
Marriage equality plaintiff Jim Obergefell tells VICE that LGBTQ rights could be next if the Supreme Court repeals Roe.
Before it was legal for LGBTQ people to commit in the eyes of the law, they adopted one another, took up "Boston Marriages," and otherwise found ways to become more officially partnered.
“People who look stereotypically queer or gay are being attacked on the street for this, almost every day.”
In recent years, it’s gotten harder for the LGBTQ community in Indonesia to amplify its voice. But they’ve found a creative way to keep advocating.
Thousands marched in the Philippines in solidarity with the LGBTQ community.
One week before the assigned two-year deadline, Taiwanese lawmakers passed a bill where same-sex couples can register as a married couple with government agencies.
In October, Romania will hold a referendum to change its constitution to define marriage as between a man and a woman only.
The Coalition for Marriage has urged supporters to get behind a government review of religious freedom laws. Sigh.
He faces a maximum of two years in jail and a $25,000 fine.
It's January 9 and we've arrived. Finally.
With homophobia and violence still all too common in the country, there's a lot left to be done.