This year was for me the year I started to focus entirely on my interest. I started to meet so many inspiring LGBT+ people. Therefore I listed the 10 most … Continue reading My 10 Most Inspiring LGBT+ of 2018
BUCHAREST – Searching for the entrance to the building, I discover a half vowed rainbow flag dangling in the front garden. It is the entrance to the headquarters of Romania’s … Continue reading HIV-epidemic: Something from the past? Not in Romania!
Today, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko will ask the Parliament to introduce the martial law. His demand came after the attack on 3 Ukrainian military ships in the Kerch Strait by … Continue reading Martial Law in Ukraine: What could it mean for the LGBTI-community?
In a historic debate, the Czech Lower House officially paved to way for marriage equality. (This article has a copyright disclaimer, see bellow) Czeslaw Walek, the Jsme fér (We Are Fair) campaign-manager let Rémy … Continue reading Czech Lower House debated Same-Sex Marriage
In an interview with the Polish Newspaper Wyborcza, the Polish president said he would seriously consider a bill to introduce anti-gay propaganda legislation. (This article has a copyright disclaimer, see bellow) … Continue reading Polish President Duda wants to Introduce Anti-Gay Propaganda Bill
Earlier Today, an LGBTI-conference could not go through. (This article has a copyright disclaimer, see bellow) Tonight, two volunteers of an LGBTI-conference on family, organized by Resource in Moscow were attacked. … Continue reading 2 LGBTI-Activists Attacked in Russia after conference was made impossible
The major parties in the Czech Republic declared to support the bill. The Czech Republic will be the first post-communist country to introduce same-sex marriage. (This article has a copyright disclaimer, … Continue reading Czech Lower House set to debate Same-Sex Marriage
This weekend Romania votes on the possible introduction of same-sex referendum. The demand for this referendum did not come from the LGBTI-movement, but from a few religious organisati- ons. They … Continue reading Romanian Same-Sex Referendum: Is it going the right direction in Europe?
On August 4, 30 participants of an LGBT Pride in Russia’s second city Saint Petersburg were detained. All of the detainees are receiving their court decisions this week. (This article has … Continue reading Verdict on detained Saint Petersburg Pride Participants
Saturday the 4th of July was not only Pride Day in Amsterdam and Brighton, but in Saint-Petersburg as well. Unfortunately, the Russian authorities detained all LGBT+ activists. 30 LGBT+ activists … Continue reading LGBT+ Activists Detained at Saint-Petersburg Pride
On the 3rd of August, 9 LGBT+ people were attacked by 30 villagers in Shurnukh, Armenia. Two of them are seriously injured. Around 8 o’ clock in the evening, Armenian … Continue reading Villagers attacked LGBT+ people in Armenia, several injured
Yesterday the Polish Minister for Internal Affairs Joachim Brudziński announced on his Twitter that he will start prosecuting LGBT+ people for desecrating the Polish national symbols. The announcement came after a person … Continue reading Polish Internal Minister announced that he will start prosecuting LGBT+ People