With Taiwan's celebrated decision, the number of countries worldwide that require proof-of-surgery to change legal gender now drops to 28.
During the 60-day delay, Filipino advocates have high hopes for a review of the Visiting Forces Agreement, which has allowed the U.S. to remain involved in U.S. Marine Joseph Scott Pemberton's custody.
The men who were arrested December 2 appeared in court Sunday, weeping and asking for belief in their innocence.
LGBT advocates are hailing a court decision in favor of a victim of 'conversion therapy' as a victory for the community.
A gathering of LGBT people in Zimbabwe's capital city of Harare was attacked by armed men over the weekend, sending many to the hospital.
Gambia's notoriously homophobic head of state who said in May, 'I will kill them,' has LGBT Gambians on the run. Now the U.S. has imposed sanctions against Gambia.
Though happy it's being delivered before the end of the year as promised, Amnesty International says Ireland's gender-recognition bill will need amendments to make it good.
Australians and the world are hearing from the long-term partner of Tori Johnson, being called a hero of Tuesday's café hostage situation in Sydney, and in the process learning that some heroes are gay.