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A controversial LGBTQ law has forced Hungary's Prime Minister Viktor Orban to announce plans to call a referendum after the European Commission launched legal action against his government over the legislation. more
WeChat removes dozens of university LGBT accounts in China

China's messaging platform WeChat has allegedly  deleted more than a dozen LGBT accounts run by university students.

Hong Kong: Movie discussing same-sex marriage issue of Taiwan removed from film festival

Hong Kong: A Hong Kong film festival has removed a documentary that discusses the issue of same-sex marriage.

Hungary passes anti-LGBT law ahead of next year's election

Budapest: Ahead of the 2022 elections, Hungary's parliament has ratified a legislation banning the dissemination of content in schools to promote homosexuality and gender change amid ...

Pride Parade to be held virtually this year in Nepal

Nepal Pride Parade this year will be organized virtually, organizers announced in the wake of the Covid-19 situation and the travel restriction in the capital, Kathmandu. Many events, cam ...

Pride Month: Who is Google Doodle honouree Frank Kameny?

California: On the second day of the Pride Month, Google honoured Frank Kameny Wednesday, but who is he and what importance does he have in the LGBTQI rights movement?

American singer Demi Lovato comes out as non-binary

Hollywood: American pop star Demi Lovato has come out as non-binary and will be using the pronouns they/them from now on.

Life is hard for LGBTQ community in Pakistan amid COVID-19 pandemic

The life of a person belonging to the LGBTQ community is becoming difficult in Pakistan amid COVID-19 pandemic spread in the Islamic country.

‘Stand up against hate’ towards LGBTI people, UN human rights chief urges 

New York: Humiliation and intolerance remain “a stark reality” for many gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people around the world, the UN human rights chief has ...

LGBTQ community worst hit by online hate or harassment on social media sites, says GLAAD report

Los Angeles: Social media sites are increasingly becoming difficult for LGBTQ users and must immediately address the problem, said a report by GLAAD.