While some countries have made moves to expand LGBT rights and legalize gay marriage, most Russians still find the idea of gay sex "reprehensible."
This law was put in place to prevent same-sex marriages, which were illegal in Australia before 2018.
The settlement still remains subject to court approval.
Israel's Ministry of Health is allowing the new system on a two-year trial basis.
“When I was born here in Connecticut a little more than 50 years ago, loving relationships like the one Charles and I cherish were criminal in 49 states, including Connecticut..."
“There’s a price to be paid for workplace discrimination—$64 billion,” American Progress’ report reads.
Just one of America’s 100 largest churches has a female pastor, 93 percent of the churches are led by a white pastor, and none of them are LGBT-affirming.
“But ten minutes after receiving the discussion points, and without further consultation, Trump tweeted his transgender ban,” Wolff wrote.
Howard Nielson said it was “extremely problematic that Judge Walker is a practicing homosexual himself.”
"Photo of the decade: Doug Jones being sworn in, while his openly gay son QUIETLY DISINTEGRATES THE SOUL OF MIKE PENCE," one user Tweeted.
“It’s not gay to straight," Emily Thomes said in the video. "It’s lost to saved.”
A patient complained to the U.K’s National Health Service after receiving a transsexual nurse despite requesting a female one.
“It’s not like this is about PC wording—this is about people being dead because there’s no way to serve them or research appropriate ways to serve them,” Jaime Grant, the executive director of PFLAG, told Newsweek.
"I don't see pregnancy as inherently feminine, and because I don't subscribe to make-believe gender roles, I wasn't threatened by the idea of pregnancy," Kaci Sullivan said. "It didn't make me feel any less masculine."
The Trump administration renominated an openly lesbian leader of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
The leaked document reveals what many young Mormons have been taught about homosexuality and sex.
"It's just a sin," Ted Crockett said.
In yet another temporary setback for LGBT rights, the court won’t consider a workplace discrimination case.
“I just cannot sit by and just let her take that seat without a fight,” Ermold told Newsweek.
Justices heard arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, which centers on a baker who refused to make a cake for a same-sex wedding.
The contentious cake case finally made its way up to the Supreme Court. Here’s what you need to know.
The Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling that lets the state take away spousal benefits under employee insurance plans.
“This bill is a disaster for everyone really, but specifically for LGBT [people],” Christopher Stoll, a senior staff attorney at the National Center for Lesbian Rights, told Newsweek. “It will result in deep cuts in programs that LGBT people depend on.”