Chechnya

Twitter users had mixed feelings about the “Queer Eye” star citing Russia’s anti-LGBTQIA propaganda laws as a reason not to do magazine spreads.
Peter Tatchell spent almost two hours in custody for staging a one-man protest.
Russian Paratroopers at an anti-homophobia rally in Moscow (source: Wikimedia) Only 18 months ago the drive for global LGBT
Obviously if you say society doesn't care, one assumes you have done the research to back this up. You've read the world news sections of the papers regularly, perused academic journals on gender and sexuality, or you've at least checked Wikipedia to see which countries it is still punishable by death in if you're even thought of as being gay.
Britain now holds the record for having the most Pride events in Europe. At the last count we've got way over 100, possibly approaching 120, and this weekend brand new Prides take place in Bideford in Devon and in Eastbourne in East Sussex. Over the course of the year, millions of people across the UK will visit a Pride. And that's something to celebrate.
The jurors of the Queer Palm Award at the Cannes Film Festival have staged a protest condemning the attacks on gay men in
The world is watching in horror this week as a campaign of persecution unfolds in the Chechen Republic, part of the Russian
Until governments act, and these abuses can be brought to an end, we are all nervously relying on the heroes at the Russian LGBT Network who are putting their own lives at risk, and those of their families and friends, to evacuate those at risk from Chechnya. Removing people to a place of safety is not an easy job, and nor is it something that can be done without funds.