World Map of Homophobia Tracks Same-Sex Marriage, Anti-Gay Laws

El País, News Report, Posted: Jun 30, 2015

El País published a "world map of homophobia" that looks at countries where LGBT individuals face prison or the death penalty.

Trans Women May Now Be Held in Women’s Facilities, Immigration Officials Say

 

Fusion, News Report, Jorge Rivas and Cristina Costantini, Posted: Jun 30, 2015

U.S. immigration officials on Monday announced transgender detainees will for the first time be able to be housed in detention facilities that match their gender identity.

8 LGBT Cartoonists Share Their Reactions to Legal Same-Sex Marriage

 

Fusion, News Report, Jen Sorensen, Posted: Jun 30, 2015

LGBT cartoonists draw their reactions to last Friday’s historic Supreme Court decision.

Supreme Court Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide

 

New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jun 26, 2015

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that same-sex couples in all U.S. states have the right to marry.

Mexican Supreme Court Backs Same-Sex Marriage

 

Fox News Latino, News Report, Staff, Posted: Jun 17, 2015

The Mexican Supreme Court ruled this week that current state laws prohibiting same-sex marriage are unconstitutional.

Seoul Court Overturns Police Ban on LGBTQ Pride Parade

 

Koream Journal, News Report, Posted: Jun 17, 2015

A Seoul court on Tuesday overturned a police ban that prohibited the Korea Queer Cultural Festival (KQCF) from staging its annual LGBTQ pride parade.

 

Rachel Dolezal Poses Ugly Challenges to America

 

New America Media, Commentary, Earl Ofari Hutchinson, Posted: Jun 16, 2015

The controversy over Rachel Dolezal says less about her than it does about the way we view race in our society.

 

Lesbian Ad Shows Social Progression Despite Setbacks in India

 

New America Media, News Analysis, Sandip Roy, Posted: Jun 15, 2015

In a country where homosexual sex has been re-criminalized, India's society has come a long way in accepting gay life as norm.

 

Jesse Jackson: Hillary Clinton a Champion of Voting Rights

 

Washington Informer, Commentary, Jesse Jackson, Posted: Jun 10, 2015

Clinton argued the common sense position that we should do what we can to make voting easier, not make it harder.

 

An Open Letter from a Samoan ‘Caitlyn’- Jaiyah Saelua

 

SV Debug, News Report, Jaiyah Saelua, Posted: Jun 09, 2015

Jaiyah Saelua is the first "transgender" soccer player to compete in a men's FIFA World Cup Qualifier in 2011.

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