After months of being rejected for asylum because she had not undergone any gender-confirming surgeries, trans refugee Eliana Rubashkyn says she can finally live as herself in New Zealand.
This week, Denmark became the first country to allow a legal gender change without a medical statement — but advocates say the law isn't perfect.
After decades of keeping five mental health disorders classified as related to homosexuality, a panel of experts urges the international community to make swift changes.
Paul Ross is taking time off from his role at BBC after the affair made headlines.
A man has withdrawn his Supreme Court case against Jamaica's antigay law out of fear for his safety.
While surrogacy remains illegal in Switzerland, two gay fathers fought — and won — precedent-setting parental rights by crossing their homeland's borders.
A British director envisions the ongoing debate over the separation of Scotland from the United Kingdom as the relationship of a pair of bickering boyfriends.
Same-sex and opposite-sex couples in Ecuador will have equal access to legal relationship recognition in the form of civil unions beginning September 15.