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US Donates 22 Million $ to an LGBT Association

Independent Turkish, according to the news, Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, the United States claimed that US $ 22 million in an LGBT association in Ankara. Here is the news in Independetn Turkish .. Minister of Interior Süleyman Soylu, who attended the meeting organized by the Özçelik-İş Union of the Hak-İş Confederation, claimed that the United States helped US $ 22 million to LGBT associations in Ankara. Soylu said the following

Interview With Transgender Woman Oyku

We had a very special interview with transgender woman Oyku. That interview… When and how did you know that you were a transgender individual? In fact, as soon as we enter puberty, we begin to understand the differences in us. But it takes time to put a description of it. In the past, homosexuality and transsexuality were not much talked about. We are the people of a period that started

Britain Breaks Record in Number of LGBT+ Deputies

Following the British general election, the number of MPs who declared to be LGBTI + increased to over 50. Among them is the first gay Muslim MP from the Conservative Party, Imrad Ahmad Khan. According to the news in Yeşilgazete, the number of LGBTI + MPs in the House of Commons has exceeded 50 after the general elections held in Britain last week. Thus, Britain became the country with the most open

Homosexuality Is Not Disease

The German government is preparing to ban “homosexual transformation therapies.. Health Minister Spahn says homosexuality is not a disease, it cannot be cured Homophobic practice dönüşüm Homosexual transformation therapies ’will be banned in Germany. Sağlık Homosexuality is not a disease. Therefore, the use of the word ‘therapy baş is misleading in itself.” In line with the federal government’s decision Wednesday, the implementation of “transformation therapies yönelik for homosexuals known as“

Marriage equality moves forward in Germany

BERLIN — Today, the Bundestag, the lower house of Germany’s parliament, voted to make marriage equality the law of the land. Once the legislation is approved by Bundesrat, the upper house, – which is expected to be a formality – and signed into law by the president, Germany will become the 22nd country to secure full marriage equality for same-sex couples. The vote came days after Chancellor Angela Merkel signaled

Russian LGBT Network evacuating ‘at risk’ people from Chechnya

1 April, Novaya Gazeta reported that more than 100 men have been arbitrarily detained and at least three have been murdered by Chechen authorities for their alleged “non traditional” sexual orientation. Independent sources have confirmed the mass detention, described acts of torture, and suggested that the number of men killed may be as many as 20. The scale and scope of the crisis means that LGBTIQ people in Chechnya are

Indonesia bans gay emojis

The Indonesian government is in the process of banning gay-themed emojis on social media platforms. Indonesia’s popular messaging app LINE has already eliminated same-sex couple emojis a tthe behest of the government and other social media may soon follow suit. The Japanese-Korean company who developed the LINE app have even posted an apology to Facebook for the ‘offending emoticons’. “LINE regrets the incidents of some stickers which are considered sensitive

Transgender Discrimination: Know Your Rights

Transgender people experience higher levels of discrimination but there legal avenues for recourse. Ron Hughes reports. When Janice [not her real name] went to her insurance company and requested they change her details from a male name to a female name, staff at the insurance company started asking her inappropriate questions about her gender identity, whether she had had “a sex change operation” and other things in front of other

Flight MH17 might also harm LGBT Ukrainians

The devastating loss of noted Dutch AIDS researcher, Joep Lange, who died in the recent downing of a Malaysia Airlines flight in the skies over Ukraine may turn out to be just one of multiple tragedies surrounding the air disaster that have special relevance to LGBT people and our allies. The horrifying downing of a passenger airliner, whether by negligence, malice or both, is steadily galvanizing European and American support