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The Biden-Harris ticket is official as former Vice President Joseph Biden and California Senator Kamala Harris accept the Democratic Party nominations.

A US judge has blocked the Trump administration with a preliminary injuction from pushing LGBTQ health discrimination against transgender people.

Several months after being appointed by Trump, Merritt Corrigan has lost her USAID post on the same day she posted several anti-LGBTQ tweets.

The LGBTQ community in Thailand is facing division as their legislators are set to debate a Civil Partnership Bill allowing same-sex unions.

Six LGBTQ-free Polish cities are set to lose their funding from the European Commission, the executive branch of the European Union.

Italy is readying for a fight as a long-awaited law that would punish discrimination and hate against the LGBTQ community is being prepared.

With the global pandemic and the recent Black Lives Matters protests, a new Pride flag is coming into attention: the Progress Pride flag.

Gabon lawmakers have voted to decriminalize homosexuality in their country, repealing a 2019 law that made consensual same-sex sexual relations as illegal.

Norway is set to prioritize LGBTQ refugees, the first time this has happened, for those transferring from one asylum country to another for resettlement.

When the US Embassy in Moscow hung a rainbow flag on its building facade in honor of Pride month, Russian President Vladimir Putin mocked them.