Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility treatment, as part of state-fund medical care, is considered a right in Spain. And for the first time, that right has been extended to lesbians, transgender, and nonbinary people. Most of the European Union has legalized same-sex marriages, but laws...

A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

Joshua Payne-Elliott, who teaches world languages and social studies, worked at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis from 2006 to 2019, under contract with the school. In 2017, he married his husband Layton, a teacher at another school in the same archdiocese,...

Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Ghana is not a new battlefield for the fight over LGBT rights, but new developments have brought it to the fore. On November 10, 2021, the country had its first public hearings on a piece of proposed legislation which will, if passed, make it a crime simply to be gay,...

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USNS Harvey Milk Launched In San Diego

The USNS Harvey Milk was launched this Saturday, the first navy vessel named after a gay veteran. Harvey Milk was a diving officer for the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He served about the submarine rescue ship USS Kittiwake, diving to rescue trapped service men in...

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Bulgaria’s Rainbow Hub Attacked by Mob

The Rainbow Hub in Sofia, Bulgaria, was the site of a violent mob attack on October 30, and it may have included a candidate for the country's president. Not as a victim--but as a perpetrator. The Rainbow Hub, set in an apartment block, is a center for the LGBT...

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Nitzan Horowitz Donates Blood In Israel

Nitzan Horowitz was thrilled to donate blood on Tuesday, October 26th. It’s the first time he’s ever been able to, because until this week, Israel, like many countries, banned gay men from donating blood. Nitzan Horowitz is also, coincidentally enough, Israel’s Health...

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LGBTQIA+

Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility treatment, as part of state-fund medical care, is considered a right in Spain. And for the first time, that right has been extended to lesbians, transgender, and nonbinary people. Most of the European Union has legalized same-sex marriages, but laws...

read more
A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

Joshua Payne-Elliott, who teaches world languages and social studies, worked at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis from 2006 to 2019, under contract with the school. In 2017, he married his husband Layton, a teacher at another school in the same archdiocese,...

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Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Ghana is not a new battlefield for the fight over LGBT rights, but new developments have brought it to the fore. On November 10, 2021, the country had its first public hearings on a piece of proposed legislation which will, if passed, make it a crime simply to be gay,...

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Womxn’s Rights

Reparations On the Table for California Victims

Reparations On the Table for California Victims

Reparations are in the works for California's surviving victims of eugenics. Up to $25,000 each for approximately 600 of the thousands of people sterilized in state hospitals and prisons, some of them only children. It would be nice to report that these reparations...

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Sudan Outlaws Female Genital Mutilation

Sudan Outlaws Female Genital Mutilation

“We [will] drop all the laws violating the human rights in Sudan.” The quote by Justice Minister Nasredeen Abdulbari reflects a nearly jaw-dropping truth. Sudan has, in just a week, put into effect a battery of new laws protecting their vulnerable citizens and...

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Study Shows the Impact of the #MeToo Movement

Study Shows the Impact of the #MeToo Movement

  When the #MeToo movement first began to take off in October 2017, a lot of people dismissed it as a short-term trend. But a little over a year later, and conversations surrounding sexual harassment have shown no signs of slowing down. In fact, they’ve only...

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Civil & Human Rights

Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility treatment, as part of state-fund medical care, is considered a right in Spain. And for the first time, that right has been extended to lesbians, transgender, and nonbinary people. Most of the European Union has legalized same-sex marriages, but laws...

read more
A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

Joshua Payne-Elliott, who teaches world languages and social studies, worked at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis from 2006 to 2019, under contract with the school. In 2017, he married his husband Layton, a teacher at another school in the same archdiocese,...

read more
Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Ghana is not a new battlefield for the fight over LGBT rights, but new developments have brought it to the fore. On November 10, 2021, the country had its first public hearings on a piece of proposed legislation which will, if passed, make it a crime simply to be gay,...

read more

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Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility Treatment A Right for LGBT in Spain

Fertility treatment, as part of state-fund medical care, is considered a right in Spain. And for the first time, that right has been extended to lesbians, transgender, and nonbinary people. Most of the European Union has legalized same-sex marriages, but laws...

read more
A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

A Gay Teacher Will Have His Day in Court

Joshua Payne-Elliott, who teaches world languages and social studies, worked at Cathedral High School in Indianapolis from 2006 to 2019, under contract with the school. In 2017, he married his husband Layton, a teacher at another school in the same archdiocese,...

read more
Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Anti-LGBT Legislation Proposed in Ghana

Ghana is not a new battlefield for the fight over LGBT rights, but new developments have brought it to the fore. On November 10, 2021, the country had its first public hearings on a piece of proposed legislation which will, if passed, make it a crime simply to be gay,...

read more