LGBTQ+ rights vary greatly between countries. In some countries, homosexuality is illegal, while in others it is legal but organizations and promotion of “nontraditional sexual relations” are illegal. In a few countries, homosexuality can receive a death penalty. LGBTQ agenda is sexual rights equality.
Transgender individuals can join the military in only 19 countries: Canada, Bolivia, French Guiana, Spain, France, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, Estonia, Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Israel, Australia, and New Zealand. Thailand allows transgender individuals to join only in administrative positions.
Only Ecuador, Brazil, and Malta have outlawed conversion therapies nationwide. Conversion therapy is not outlawed in the United States nationwide; however, Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Maine have statewide bans.
Only 5% of the United Nations member states have written into their constitutions that sexual orientation-based discrimination is prohibited. These states include Ecuador, Mexico, Portugal, Bolivia, South Africa, Sweden, and Nepal.
Most of Europe and South America have taken steps to tackle sexual orientation-based discrimination in the workplace, as well as some other countries around the world. In general, same-sex couples are not allowed to adopt outside the Americas, Europe, and Australia and New Zealand.
The Netherlands was the first country to allow same-sex marriage in 2001 and Ecuador is the most recent country to legalize it. Same-sex marriage is not legalized in the majority of Eastern Europe, Africa, and Asia. Only 13% of UN member states have legalized gay marriage and a handful recognize civil unions, including Peru, Greece, and Italy
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Poland’s ‘LGBT-free zones’ a grim reminder that the fight for human rights is not over. Let’s hear from queer people living inside them!
A gay man was murdered and beheaded by members of his own family in Iran last week, according to reports. Same-sex relations are illegal in
Miraziz Bazarov had criticized the government’s refusal to decriminalize gay relations
Pirates are known for eye patches, walking the plank… Same-sex relationships were common among the pirates. We can call it a gay marriage.
Historians still debate Alexander’s sexual preferences, but most agree he had sex with men and women. Being “gay” then was not as it is now.
Here is a quick lesson on homosexuality throughout History. The ancient Egyptians were anything but uptight about same-gender relationships.
Some kings and queens did not hide their sexual preferences and some did. However, they all understood that having a hair to the throne was
New generation of straight men who are keeping an open mind when it comes to same-sex sexual encounters. Man sexuality exploring. No labels
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This is Part 2 of this story of rape. Grindr hookup that ruined the soul and body by Anonymous. If you missed Part one you can read it here.
A Grindr hookup that went wrong. A story of rape that ruined soul and body. Victims never fully recover from rape – mentally at least and…