Uruguay Lawmakers Approve Sweeping Trans Rights Bill

Lawmakers in Uruguay on Oct. 18 approved a bill that would extend rights to transgender people in the South American country. The Associated Press reported the bill that passed in the Uruguay House of Repres...

Lesbian Couple Can Cohabit, Indian Court Says

A court in the country of India has ruled that a lesbian couple can and should live together, according to news reports. Kerala is a South Indian state. The High Court there ruled that a petitioning lesbian pai...

Romania Soon To Face Ballot On Definition of Family

Romanian citizens will soon have to cast a ballot on both LGBTQ rights and gender equality, as the Romanian Senate overwhelmingly backed an initiative to change the definition of family in the constitution, rep...

Iceland May Lift Blood Donor Ban For Gay Men

News sources suggest that Iceland may soon lift its legal ban barring gay men from donating blood. The North Atlantic nation's Ministry of Health is reviewing, and apparently giving serious consideration to,...

SCOTUS Declines to Take Up Philly Adoption Case

In March of this year, the City of Philadelphia imposed a freeze on placements with Catholic Social Services after the Philadelphia Inquirer reported that the adoption agency had a policy to not place children ...