LGBTQ communities around the world are experiencing a COVID-19 crackdown, with sexual or gender minorities being blamed for the spread of the coronavirus.
A number of countries are moving back on the Europe Rainbow Map for a second year, warned the LGBTQ advocacy group ILGA-Europe.
An EU survey has revealed that LGBTQ discrimination is increasing in Europe with six in ten or 62 percent of the community afraid to hold hands in public.
The South Korea LGBTQ community is reeling from homophobic backlash after a man infected by the coronavirus went to clubs in Seoul's gay district.
Gay Moroccans were being targeted by a Instagram influencer in an outing campaign that used their profiles in gay dating apps to be leaked online.
A Russian survey in 2020 reported that almost one in five Russians want LGBTQ people "eliminated," an improvement from 2015.
An online survey conducted by research firm Kantar has discovered that one in three UK lesbian mothers experienced homophobia from other parents.
The Inter-American Court of Human Rights has recently ruled that the Peru government was responsible for the arbitrary detention and rape of an LGBT person.
As the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the world, global LGBTQ groups are preparing for the impact of the coronavirus to protect their communities.
Singapore upholds the criminalization of homosexuality based on the 1938 anti-gay colonial law when the country was still under British rule.