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Marriage Equality

She Changed Her Mind About Marriage Equality

CDU President and Federal Defense Minister Annegret Crump Carrenbauer, who announced in 2015 that she was against marriage equality, has changed his mind. Carrenbauer said at an event organized by the Gay Association initiative as part of the CDU: “Getting married is not a problem for me and everyone. Everyone …

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Roby Rose

LGBT People Must Not Be Invisible In The Media

Ruby Rose has highlighted the importance of LGBT people in the media in supporting young people at the GLAAD Media Awards. During her acceptance speech for the Stephen F Kolzak Award, Rose said she knows too well the sense of yearning young people have for characters they can relate to …

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Tv Channel

UK’s First LGBT TV Channel Starts Broadcasting

Britain’s leading LGBT + television channel starts broadcasting. The channel will be available in the Greater Brighton area via Freeview 7 and Virgin Media 159 next month Britain’s leading LGBT + news and entertainment broadcaster starts broadcasting. The channel will be available in the Greater Brighton area via Freeview 7 …

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Tv Show

Speaking With a Gay Man On Tv Show, Sentenced to Prison

TV presenter Mohammed el-Gaiti in Egypt was tried and sentenced to 1 year in prison for interviewing a gay man on his show last year. A Giza court also fined El Gaiti, who he found guilty of “promoting homosexuality” on his LTC television channel, and sentenced him to $ 167 …

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Vatican is Biggest Gay Community

Vatican is Biggest Gay Community

Frederic Marty, a French journalist and sociologist, is 80% a senior pastor working for the Catholic spiritual leader, Pope Francis. He suggested that the Vatican is the largest gay community in the world. Martel presented his book at a press conference in Rome and said that the church was homophobic: …

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Brazil Court

Brazil Court Puts Homophobia and Transphobia in Crime

The Brazilian Constitutional Court has turned homophobia and transphobia into a crime. A question was raised in February, but the process could not be completed due to procedures. So far, the process is complete. The Brazilian Supreme Court has decided to punish crimes of sexual orientation and gender by six …

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Israel Gay Minister

Israel’s First Openly Gay Minister Started to Work

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has appointed the leader of the Likud party, Amir Ohana, Minister of Justice. Ohana, who will continue to be his deputy for the time being, was the first minister to announce that Israel has been gay so far. Ohana, 43, is a name true to Prime …

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Transgender Germany

Germany’s First Transgender Politician

Markus Ganserer, who was re-elected to Bavaria in Germany last October, changed his gender. Ganserer, representative of Nürnberg-Nord since 2013, had found the elections last October. Bavarian legislator Ganserer announced at a press conference last week that he would be a woman in parliament. “I didn’t want to be a …

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Taiwan Gay Marriage

Taiwan is The First Asian Country to Legalize Gay Marriage

The Taiwanese parliament has accepted the legalization of same-sex marriages, and Taiwan was the first Asian country to take this step. In 2017, the country’s constitutional court ruled that gay couples had the right to marry and gave Parliament two years to make this decision. After discussing three different bills …

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