A long and difficult battle ended with a referendum on same-sex marriage and equal adoption in Switzerland. The “yes” camp won by a majority vote that now extends full legal rights for same-sex couples across the country.
The Anglican Church in Wales has approved the blessing of same-sex couples in a civil marriage. This decision is a significant moment that will have a lasting impact on church members.
The idea of marriage equality has been the subject of much debate in recent years in Switzerland. Recently, there was an interesting poll that shows broad support for same-sex marriage ahead of the referendum on the issue.
Poland is in a tough spot. The European Union has threatened to cut its budget over discriminatory laws.
Hungary is a place that may not be on your radar as the best destination for LGBTQ rights. The LGBTQ community in Hungary is facing a lot of issues right now. Laws are changing, and there's no clear path for what the future holds.
Poland is not a country with a reputation for being LGBTQ-friendly. In fact, it's one of the worst countries in Europe when it comes to LGBTQ rights. So how do LGBTQ women live there? How LGBTQ rights are evolving? Here's the answer.
A recent bill in Switzerland has given all LGBTQ people the right to legally marry. This is an incredible victory for us queer folk! That being said, there are still many hurdles that we have in the country and in the rest of Europe.
The Methodist Church has finally voted in favor of same-sex marriages. This is a huge step forward for the LGBTQ+ community and an important victory for marriage equality.
The Hungarian Parliament voted on a bill that prohibits the discussion of gender identity and sexual orientation.
In France, things are changing for the LGBTQ community. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of the progress that has been made in France in terms of LGBTQ rights. It also discusses the steps still needed for further improvement.