A violent mob assault on Bulgaria’s only LGBTQ community centre represented a shocking escalation in attacks on the community. Activists hope it will prove a wake-up call.
After hundreds of anti-LGBTQ thugs stormed the offices of Tbilisi Pride in July, the event's co-founder peaks to VICE World News about the future of LGBTQ rights in the country.
Thousands of people showed up in London to protest the commercialisation of Pride and called on the government to do more to protect LGBTQ rights.
Camera operator Alexander Lashkarava, 36, was found dead in his home a week after being beaten by the far-right in Georgia, the latest in a string of anti-LGBTQ violence in Europe.
Recent attacks by the far-right on Pride events are part of a wider trend of political intimidation, LGBTQ activists and security officials tell VICE World News.
Zagreb Pride has taken place peacefully for the last decade, but this year's event was hit by a series of violent homophobic attacks.
A planned march in Georgia’s capital Tbilisi was called off, while dozens of journalists were reportedly attacked by far-right thugs staging an anti-LGBTQ protest.
Football came out as gay, for starters.
Corporations who say they support LGBTQ people have recently donated to state legislators behind bills targeting transgender youth, VICE News found.
Eight people were arrested on Sunday after skirmishes between the New York Police Department and people celebrating Pride in New York City.
Munich’s mayor wanted to light up the Allianz Arena in rainbow colours to protest a law in Hungary banning gay people from featuring in educational materials – UEFA said it was too political.
"We don't have plans for additional Pride content for Overwatch at this time," Blizzard says.