Last month, the City of St. Petersburg had allowed the LGBT community to march in the streets during the workers' day. Unfortunately, this has not been the case this weekend in Moscow since many LGBT activists not only were physically abused but three of them have been arrested.
I am pleased to speak about Greenland where we have readers who follow us for several years and it is very good news that comes to us from there since on May 26, 2015 Greenland has unanimously (just two abstentions) approved marriage equality!
A bill to legalize equal marriage was introduced to the Italian Senate.
Australia is not the only country that has not legalized marriage equality. Germany has not passed it either yet.
However, some advances have been approved in recent days by the German government, but they are criticized because they are in no way comparable to laws adopted in other European countries. One even judge them totally ridiculous.
Saturday, the Republic of Ireland became the first country to legalize marriage equality with a referendum.