Russia is prosecuting an internet company for "LGBT propaganda," the Church of England is debating blessings for same-sex unions, and advocates fight for accurate medical records in Canada.
A U.K. museum records the history of LGBTQ railway workers, Estonia legalizes same-sex marriage, and a band turns down a gig in Dubai over a sexuality law.
A man was accused of anti-trans hate in Canada, Stockholm's deputy mayor adorned drag, and women in England can now get gay-conviction pardons.
Israel's minister was jeered at a Pride march, Oxford University appointed its first professor of LGBTQ History, and Italy's governor withdrew his support for a Pride parade.
South Korea introduces a pro-LGBT bill, Japan's government is under pressure to end a gay marriage ban, and Uganda's president signs a bill that issues the death penalty for same-sex acts.
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