21-year old Swe Zin Htet of Myanmar stands out for being the first openly lesbian Miss Universe contestant in the recent 2019 pageant.
The Conservative Party winning a decisive victory in the 2019 UK elections with a large majority has raised concerns by our LGBTQ cousins across the pond.
A Japanese poll conducted by the Japan LGBT Research Institute has shown that one in ten identify as LGBTQ or another sexual minority.
Megan Rapinoe, hero of the World Cup and American athlete, has been declared Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year for 2019.
Republican legislators are pushing a compromise bill called "Fairness for All" Act and we have to wonder: how will this affect the LGBTQ community?
More than half of the southern LGBTQ community living in the US have reported fair to poor mental health in a survey conducted in the 13 states.
Hungary has quit Eurovision 2020 because they say it's "too gay." Now, they're denying this is the reason but they're not offering any other explanation.
December 2019 ends with a meaningful message from the Universe. Wake up! It’s time for a breakthrough in our consciousness.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation showed that hate crime statistics were still at an all-time high in 2018 after surging in 2017.
The Wellbeing Index has revealed the most LGBT-friendly cities in the world and Iceland's capital, Reykjavik, tops the list.