The United Kingdom shuts down NHS Pride Badge's plan, Delhi offers free bus travel for trans people, and Canada's prime minister calls out "anti-LGBT" proposals.
A football star marries her girlfriend in Vietnam, universities in the United Kingdom fly Pride flags, and Russia issues convictions in accordance to an anti-LGBTQ law.
Trans killings in Mexico spark protests, Meta is urged to make platforms safer for LGBTQ users, and Hungary's prime minister says “no money in the world” would make him accept, what he calls, LGBTQ “propaganda.”
A Canadian town reversed its Pride flag ban, parishioners feel welcome after an Australian priest came out as trans, and Greece's prime minister received backlash for pledging to legalize same-sex marriage.
The Catholic bishops of Africa and Madagascar refuse to bless same-sex couples, trans athletes might be banned from women's sports in New Zealand, and France appoints a gay prime minister.
A Ugandan activist was attacked, Estonia legalized same-sex marriage, and a charity in Canada provided a safe space for LGBTQ people over the holidays.
Activists in Uganda attempt to overturn an anti-gay law, Jordan authorities target activists, and blessings for same-sex couples show a divide in the Church of England.
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- Out Abroad: Gay Bars Raided in Russia; Possible Marriage Equality in Thailand
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- Out Abroad: Romania's PM Speaks on Same-sex Couples; Russia Files Lawsuit Concerning LGBTQ Community
- Out Abroad: Church of England Backs Blessings for Same-sex Couples; Teens Charged with Hate Crime in Canada
- Out Abroad: Hong Kong Hosts Asia's First Gay Games; Catholic School Overturns Same-sex Formal Ban
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