Honduras Could Ban Marriage Equality In Its Constitution

Honduras could ban marriage equality in its constitution.

Honduras is one of the few countries in Latin America and the world that has not legalized marriage equality yet.

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Everything You Need To Know About LGBTQ Rights In Australia

LGBTQ rights in Australia.

Australia has not been a leader in LGBTQ rights, but the last few years have seen Australia's LGBTQ community make great strides in gaining acceptance. Here's everything you need to know about LGBTQ rights in Australia!

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What The Hell Is Going On With LGBTQ Rights In China?

LGBTQ rights in China.

As you may have heard, China has been cracking down on the LGBTQ community. This is concerning for a number of reasons and we're going to break it all down in this post!

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LGBTQ Rights In New Zealand

New Zealand could ban conversion therapy.

The following is a brief overview of LGBTQ rights in New Zealand.

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This Is The story Of LGBTQ Rights In Cuba

LGBTQ rights in Cuba.

It's been a long time coming, but Cuba is finally starting to see LGBTQ rights. In the past few years, they have made strides in protecting LGBTQ people from discrimination. This blog post will give you some of the history behind this struggle for equality.

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LGBTQ Rights In Honduras

LGBTQ rights in Honduras.

In the last decade, Honduras has seen an increase in LGBTQ violence and a decline in LGBTQ rights. It's no wonder why they're also among the most dangerous places for queer women. This blog post will go over what is happening currently in Honduras with regards to LGBTQ rights.

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How the Methodist Church Approaches Same-Sex Marriage And LGBTQ Couples

The Methodist Church is one of the many religious groups in the world that condone same-sex marriage. The Methodist Church has been known to make statements about homosexuality and same-sex marriages for decades, but how do they approach these issues now?

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Pope Francis And LGBTQ Rights

The Pope has been quoted as saying "If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has goodwill, who am I to judge?"  The Pope's words are a step in the right direction. It seems like he might be moving towards acceptance of homosexuality. But not so fast, Francis! Vatican is still condemning same-sex relationships in the world by calling them "objectively disordered." If you keep up this homophobic attitude, we'll just have to keep on judging you.

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LGBTQ Rights In Argentina

LGBTQ rights in Argentina.

Argentina is one of the most progressive countries in Latin America when it comes to LGBTQ rights. It was the first country in South America to legalize same-sex marriage and has a relatively high degree of acceptance for LGBTQ people. Let's explore how Argentina came to be one of the world's leading advocates for LGBTQ rights.

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Polls Show Growing Acceptance Of Same-Sex Marriage Worldwide

Support for marriage equality around the world.

As more and more countries are beginning to support same-sex marriage, there are still a number of countries that do not recognize it as a legal union. In some cases, this is due to religious beliefs that marriage should only be between a man and a woman. In others, it is simply because the government has not yet caught up with the changing times. There is actually a growing support for marriage equality. Recent polls show that a majority of people support same-sex marriage, and the number of countries that recognize it as a legal union is also growing. This trend is likely to continue, as more and more people come to see that same-sex couples should have the same rights as everyone else.

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Everything You Need To Know About LGBTQ Rights In Syria

LGBTQ rights in Syria.

Are you interested in learning more about the LGBTQ community in Syria? The purpose of this article is to provide a comprehensive look into the situation for LGBTQ rights in Syria, which has become increasingly dire as the civil war continues.

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More And More LGBTQ+ Women Are Making History As Judges

Lesbian judges.

In a major milestone for the LGBTQ community, more and more queer women are been appointed as judges. This is a significant step forward in the fight for equality, and now these women are helping to shape the law in favor of more inclusive policies.

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LGBT Rights In Canada

Canada Senate delayed the conversion therapy ban.

The LGBTQ community has faced many struggles throughout history, but Canada is one of the more inclusive and accepting places to live. There are still some challenges that a lot of LGBTQ people face, but this listicle will explain what the current progress are in Canada.

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The Vatican And LGBTQ Rights

The relationship around the world between LGBTQ rights and the church is often complicated as evidenced by this list of the latest news on the subject.

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LGBTQ Rights in Thailand: What Happens Next?

Thailand gay rights.

Thailand's LGBTQ community has been fighting for equal rights in the country. The topic of marriage equality was at the forefront of many people's minds, but after long discussions, it seems that things are not really moving forward as we would like them to move--at least anytime soon!

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