The InterPride network announced Sydney, Australia to host WorldPride 2023.
Australia passed legislation recognizing same-sex marriage for LGBTQ couples on December 9, 2019.
Australia is known as one of the most LGBT-friendly countries in the world. A 2013 Pew Research poll found that 79% of Australians agreed that homosexuality should be accepted by society, making it the fifth most-supportive country in the survey followed by Spain (88%), Germany (87%), and Canada and the Czech Republic (both 80%).
Sydney, Australia, will be the first city in the southern hemisphere ever to host the global LGBTQ event.
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Located on Central Street near Broad Street, Open Door Health offers a safer enviroment for LGBTQ+ members who fear discrimination due to their sexual orientation or belief.
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According to an NBC News exit poll from Super Tuesday, 40 percent of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender voters back Bernie Sanders.
Franklin Graham, son of evangelist Billy Graham launched a lawsuit with venue for alleged discrimination against Christians.
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation on Thursday, January 31, 2019, mandating that schools throughout the state teach students about "the political, economic, and social contributions" of LGBTQ community.
Lawmakers in Virginia are closer to making its state the 20th in the nation to ban “LGBTQ conversion” therapy for minors.
Domain name company Top Level Design announced the launch of the generic Top Level Domain (gTLD) “.gay” after a nearly decade-long application process.
V.P. Mike Pence praises proposed rule that would grant federal funding to adoption agencies that refuse to place children with LGBTQ families
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Family members and loved ones gathered to hold this year’s candlelight vigil for World AIDS Day with guest speakers and performances.