With polls too close to call, Poland's presidential runoff election could seal the fate of the country's LGBT+ community and their civil rights.
Under previous guidelines, vulnerable women and children were given priority.
MPs in Montenegro approved same-sex partnerships amid efforts to push forward with joining the European Union.
Kerem Kinik said his comments on Gay Pride Day were aimed only at paedophiles. But they drew a wave of criticism.
The heavy rain did not stop activists in Taiwan, the only Asian country where same-sex marriage is legal.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of Pride, which was first held in New York City after the Stonewall riots.
The rainbow flag is over 50 metres long and was created by 14 women in Aguilar de la Frontera over a period of two and a half months.
"If things continue on this path, Poland will be unrecognisable, compared with other EU countries," writes Caroline Hickson, regional director at the International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network.
We talk to four activists about how LGBTQ+ activism crosses over with climate justice and animal rights movements.
A gay couple working for the EU institutions wanted to claim parental leave for the birth of their twins. It led them to sue the European Parliament in the General Court of the European Union for discrimination against same-sex couples.
The legislation now needs to be approved by President Klaus Iohannis.
The ruling could have a huge impact on the estimated 8 to 11 million American LGBT community, who are not protected against workplace discrimination in most US states.
The Polish President claimed the LGBT 'ideology' is more harmful than communism during a campaign rally on Saturday, as he seeks re-election in the predominantly Catholic country.
Marie Cau said she had not encountered discrimination in the village in the 15 years since she began her transition.
Amnesty International say the decision "pushes Hungary back towards the dark ages".
The admission came as it was revealed anti-LGBT acts in France had risen by 36% last year.
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Vladimir Putin has vowed that same-sex marriage will not become a reality as long as he is president, and swiftly included a corresponding provision in proposed constitutional changes due to be voted on in a second reading by the State Duma this week, which will be put to a referendum next month.
For every step forward that Buttigieg’s campaign made for future candidates, it also exposed how far America needs to go in its acceptance of LGBTQ leaders.
The measure would define marriage as a union between a man and a woman.
Thousands of people in sparkling outfits gathered in the centre of Sydney for Australia's 42nd annual LGBT Mardi Gras parade.
"We think that this comes from a place of ignorance and hate towards those things which people do not understand."
A Polish town's attitude towards gay people has cost it its French twin.
Swiss voters have approved by a wide margin a measure that will make it illegal to discriminate against people because of their sexual orientation.
French senators say medically assisted reproduction should only be free for single women or lesbian couples if they're infertile.
A Facebook post showing a photograph of a gay couple kissing triggered hundreds of online hate comments, including death threats. The European Court of Human Rights ruled against Lithuania for failing to prosecute perpetrators.