Venezuelan Police Raid Offices Of HIV/AIDS Organization

Venezuelan police on Friday raided the offices of an HIV/AIDS organization. The authorities seized medications and arrested three activists

Brazil's Only Openly Gay Congressman Quits, Cites Death Threats

Jean Wyllys, Brazil's only openly gay congressman, has fled the country, citing death threats

Angola Has Decriminalized Gay Sex, Human Rights Watch Says

According to rights group Human Rights Watch, Angola has decriminalized gay sex

Chilean Senate Begins Debate On Same-Sex Marriage Bill

The Chilean Senate has reopened a debate on a bill that would allow gay and lesbian couples to marry in the South American country

Lawsuits Challenge Hong Kong Ban On Same-Sex Marriage

Two lawsuits challenging Hong Kong's ban on same-sex marriage have been filed in the Chinese region

Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro Removes Government Infrastructure That Handled LGBT Issues

Brazil's new right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has removed government infrastructure that handled LGBT issues

Gay Couples Begin Marrying In Austria

Gay and lesbian couples began marrying on Tuesday in Austria as the nation became the latest European country to extend marriage rights to same-sex couples

Thailand Government Backs Bill Seeking Civil Partnerships For Gay Couples

Thailand's military government has backed a bill which seeks to recognize gay and lesbian couples with civil partnerships

Bermuda Appeals Ruling That Struck Down Law Repealing Same-Sex Marriage

Bermuda's conservative government has appealed a ruling that struck down a law repealing same-sex marriage on the British territory

Tanzania Says Tolerating LGBT Community Would Be 'Intolerable,' As Donors Pull Funding

Tanzania said Friday that it would not comply with demands from donors to soften its opposition to LGBT rights

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