During a large gathering, the Church of Ireland made the decision not to recognize same-sex relationships.
In Tennessee, LGBT rights defenders are asking Governor Bill Haslam not to sign Senate Bill 1085 into law.
Multnomah County Judge Amy Holmes Hehn has filed a motion to officially recognize Patrick Abbatiello aka Patch from Portland, Oregon as agender.
Great news in Germany, where the Protestant Church, the second largest denomination in the country, approved the equal marriage and its official registration.
Last year, we rejoiced to learn that Vietnam had legalized marriage equality, but despite the abolition of the ban on marriage equality by the government, the Vietnamese LGBT community is affected by acts of discrimination and bullying in schools, and this is very worrying.
And three! A Japanese city of Takarazuka has officially recognized same-sex relationships.
It's official, the equal marriage ban is unconstitutional in Ohio.
This October 26th we celebrate the Intersex Awareness Day, a way to fight against the society seeking to classify people into two or three categories.
While the discussion on marriage equality continues in Australia, there is a small city in the country which has decided to recognize, despite everything, same-sex couples.
After Shibuya, it is now the turn of Setegaya to legally recognize same-sex couples.