The Human Dignity Trust (HDT) has been forced to appeal against a decision to deny it from holding charitable status, raising concerns across the voluntary sector for groups standing up for LGBT rights.
Conservative activists within the Privacy for All Students campaign claim they gathered more than half a million valid signatures from Californians who want the chance to repeal the state’s new law…
Hawaii police union president Tenari Maafala has told the state legislature that he would rather die than enforce a proposed state law allowing same-sex couples to marry.
The north Russian region Arkhangelsk has become the first to repeal its local ban on “homosexual propaganda” to minors following two years of enforcement.
Activist organizations spent $833,000 in Iowa last year trying to influence voters to decide whether to keep an Iowa Supreme Court judge who supported same-sex marriage, according to a new report that analyzed spending by special-interest groups and political parties.
In Russia, it’s essentially against the law to hurt religious people’s feelings.
The former Soviety country has repealed its ‘gay propaganda’ law in an effort to gain admission into the European Union.
The 313-page book helps both transgender people and lawyers navigate the U.S. legal system.
A judge interpreting a colonial-era law has ruled that cross-dressing is a criminal offense only if it’s done for an “improper purpose” such as prostitution, but the partial victory has frustrated gay rights activists in Guyana who are pushing for the 120-year-old statute to be removed from the books.
The Ukrainian Parliament’s Commissioner for Human Rights wants to backtrack on decision to offer LGBTs legal protection.
Two gay lawyers have opened the first private law firm in Louisiana to focus its services on LGBT clients.
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