Much to the chagrin of some of the world's most homophobic governments, lesbian, gay and bisexual staffers at the United Nations will be able to share benefits with their same-sex spouses.
“To be honest, I expected this, but I didn’t expect so many so soon,” director Parvez Sharma said. “I totally planted my resolve. I have to do this. I have to do this because of this [hate].”
Renowned photographer Kike Arnal's photo book Bordered Lives shows us the everyday lives of seven trans people in and around Mexico City.
It turns out there were other costs to Uganda's now-overturned antigay law in addition to the economic and military sanctions imposed by the U.S. and European countries last year.
Prominent Ugandan LGBT rights leader Frank Mugisha has made a call to action for footballers, entertainers, and other celebrities.
And 'perfect makes perfect,' explains Ruby Gorry of Dublin.