Munich's citizens get to contemplate same sex love while waiting for the light to change throughout Pride weekend.
Ten years after a trans man first sued Turkey's government, a European court of human rights found that he should not have been forced to get sterilized prior to being granted access to transition-related surgery.
Each year thousands of LGBT asylum-seekers travel to Europe hoping to secure a future free from discrimination and violence. But for many, the European Union is not what they’d anticipated.
Transgender Europe offers an insider look at the medical and administrative 'nightmare' many trans Europeans still face in order to obtain accurate legal identification.
E.U. member nations may no longer require sexuality "tests" for asylum seekers claiming that they are LGBT and face persecution at home.
The European Court of Human Rights ruled Wednesday that countries which require married trans people to divorce prior to legally updating their gender are not in violation of the European human rights statutes.
The report, from Russia's Foreign Ministry, also calls out 'xenophobia, racism, violent nationalism, and neo-Nazism' in Europe.