With a brutal, unprovoked war being waged by Russia, people are trying to do whatever they can to show support for Ukraine.
This week read about activist Elya Shchemur killed in Ukraine, and thePresbyterian Church of Ghana wanting more jail time for LGBT people.
This week read about thousands attending a Pride parade in Ukraine, and South Korea not enacting anti-discrimination laws hurting LGBT youth.
This week read about France passing a bill that would ban conversion therapy, and LGBT Ukrainians ready to fight for the country if Russia invades.
This week read about LGBT Ukrainians capturing Russian soldiers, and three queer people killed in Honduras.
This week read about LGBT Ukrainians fearing being targeted, and the intersex community wanting to be removed from Ghana's anti-gay bill.
This week read about Alex Gede coming out as gay in Nigeria, and LGBT Ukrainians ready to fight for equal rights.
This week read about a same-sex couple winning a court case in Namibia, and a gay dating app providing a safe space for LGBT Ukrainians.
Ukraine is considering legalizing same-sex marriage amid war, and Nintendo Japan is going to grant LGBT employees the same rights as heterosexual employees.
When Russian forces invaded Ukraine on Feb. 24, it unleashed a wave of worldwide sympathy not seen since the World Wars of the previous century.
(WB) A man on Thursday attacked the chair of an LGBT rights group in Ukraine with pepper spray.
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The early May Employment Report came in at 428,000 added jobs in April, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 3.6%.
The war between Russia and Ukraine is still ongoing, and that’s why two organizations are working to create better protections for LGBT people who are stuck in the middle.
LGBT Chechens can rest easy knowing that a general who was responsible for torturing and murdering queer people was killed in the war in Ukraine Feb. 26.
A Russian LGBT rights advocate has disappeared in eastern Ukraine.
(AP) Ukrainian singer Jamala's melancholic tune about Soviet dictator Josef Stalin's 1944 deportation of the Crimean Tatars was crowned the winner of the 2016 Eurovision Song Contest early Sunday, an unusual choice for the kitschy pop fest.
KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian lawmakers have approved a bill that bans discrimination of gays, key legislation intended to help pave the way for visa-free travel between Ukraine and the European Union.
(WB) The cultural attaché at the U.S. Embassy in Germany has applauded the German government’s efforts to welcome Ukrainians who have sought refuge in the country.
The United States is helping LGBT groups in Ukraine by sending financial support.
Wilton Manors couple James “Jim” and Robert “Robbie” Moon have long been leaders in the LGBT community, throughout South Florida and around the world.