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Four Police Officers Face Charges In Death Of LGBT Activist Zak Kostopoulos

Four police officers are facing charges in connection with the death of Zak Kostopoulos, a Greek LGBT activist and drag performer

British MP Reveals To Parliament He Is HIV-Positive

During an emotional speech to parliament on Thursday, British MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle revealed he is HIV-positive

Chilean President Signs Transgender Rights Law

Chilean President Sebastian PiƱera on Wednesday signed into law a bill that allows transgender individuals to legally change their name and gender identity without surgery

EU Court Rules Russia's Ban On LGBT Rallies Violates Human Rights

The European Court on Tuesday ruled against Russia's ban on LGBT rallies, saying that it violates the European Convention on Human Rights

Gay Teen Gets Standing Ovation After Coming Out During Catholic School Assembly

A gay teen in Australia received a standing ovation when he came out during a school assembly

Bermuda Law Repealing Same-Sex Marriage Struck Down By Top Court

Bermuda's top court on Friday declared unconstitutional a law that repealed marriage rights for gay and lesbian couples

Taiwan Voters Reject Same-Sex Marriage

Voters in Taiwan on Saturday voted against amending Taiwan's marriage laws to include gay and lesbian couples

Justin Trudeau Won't Say How Far He'll Go To Keep LGBT Protections In Trade Deal

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday refused to say how far he's willing to go to keep LGBT protections found in the trade deal between Canada, Mexico and the United States

LGBT Couples Traveling With Migrant Caravan Marry At Mexico-U.S. Border

At least seven LGBT couples traveling with a caravan of asylum seekers participated in a symbolic mass wedding ceremony on Saturday

After Refusing To Feature Gay Couples, Wedding Magazine Forced To Shutter

A leading wedding magazine in Australia is shutting down after it refused to include gay and lesbian couples

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