Russia Still Strongly Anti-LGBT
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Russia Still Strongly Anti-LGBT

Russian activists announced the first government-permitted Gay Pride march, but less than 24-hours later, local officials said…

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Malaysian Official Says LGBT People Have ‘Organic Illness’
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Malaysian Official Says LGBT People Have ‘Organic Illness’

Malaysia has always advertised itself with the tagline “Malaysia:Truly Asia”. It is also the country…

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Art Show Honours Murdered Transwomen
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Art Show Honours Murdered Transwomen

A multidisciplinary work by artist Jono Vaughan titled Project 42 memorialises trans-women whose lives were cut short by…

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Businesses That Grow With Pride
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Businesses That Grow With Pride

Being LGBT friendly is not just good for a company’s image but it grows their…

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Same-Sex Partners In India: Not A Crime
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Same-Sex Partners In India: Not A Crime

“No one can influence one’s choice of partner other than the individual himself/herself. Neither law…

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And…..The Best {Trans}Woman Wins
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And…..The Best {Trans}Woman Wins

It seemed like poetic justice for Angela Ponce, a Spanish Trans-woman, who had lived a…

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An LGBT Exhibition: Traces From Then and Now
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An LGBT Exhibition: Traces From Then and Now

Freedom is never free and who would know that better than those who have lived…

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10 Jews Who Inspire
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10 Jews Who Inspire

Shaan Surat Knan One of the most vocal and visible campaigners within and beyond the…

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LGBT STEM Day: Lets Celebrate Inclusion In Every Field
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LGBT STEM Day: Lets Celebrate Inclusion In Every Field

For the very first time yesterday, 05 Jul 18 was celebrated as LGBT STEM Day;…

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Tears Flow In Phillippines While Tear Gas Shells Roll In Istanbul
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Tears Flow In Phillippines While Tear Gas Shells Roll In Istanbul