Julia Roberts Miguel Johnson

 

Actress Julia Roberts is supporting Miguel Johnson, a 16-year-old student who is fighting for better protection for LGBT students in the face of the Trump administration.

Gov Haslam

 

In Tennessee, LGBT rights defenders are asking Governor Bill Haslam not to sign Senate Bill 1085 into law.

emmanuel macron marine le pen

 

Last Sunday was the first round of the French presidential elections and it is the candidate of the movement En Marche! (in route), Emmanuel Macron, who led with 24.01% against Marine Le Pen, the far-right candidate, who gets 21.30% of the votes.

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Despite a Trump administration opposed to any LGBTQ rights, a huge victory took place in the United States.

emmanuel macron

 

 

The candidate for the French presidency Emmanuel Macron wants to be an advocate for LGBT rights.

Published in News From Europe

Nevada

 

Despite the legalization of marriage equality by the Supreme Court of the United States, many states such as Nevada have retained the same-sex marriage ban in state laws even if they are invalid.

Thursday, 16 February 2017 23:40

The first LGBT associations are born in Tunisia

lgbt tunisia

 

Since the revolution that took place in Tunisia in 2011, many things are beginning to change, especially for the LGBT community.

Donald Trump

 

 

 

President Trump said he would not repeal the anti-LGBT discrimination decree and was trying to reassure the LGBTQ community.

chely wright

 

 

The lesbian country singer Chely Wright strongly opposes bigoted laws and calls on the country stars to take a stand for LGBT rights.

first gay music video kenya

 

The prohibition of the first gay music video in Kenya had the effect not to silence its creators, but to promote the LGBT community across the country.

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