LONDRES, 20 oct (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - La cantante
Emily Estefan, a quien su madre y superestrella de la música
Gloria Estefan le prohibió declararse lesbiana ante su abuela,
reveló que en un momento consideró suicidarse.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Forbidden by her global superstar mother Gloria Estefan from coming out as a lesbian to her grandmother, singer Emily Estefan said she contemplated suicide.
NEW YORK/LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - (Editor's note: contains language that may offend some readers)
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - At least 13 United Nations member states still criminalise transgender people, while others use morality and indecency laws to crack down on the trans community, a report showed on Wednesday.
LONDON, Sept 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Prominent
figures in the British arts including novelist Ian McEwan and
playwright Sir Tom Stoppard have signed a letter denouncing
"hate speech" against "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling over
her comments on transgender rights.
LONDON, Sept 28 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Fifty
ambassadors to Poland have written an open letter calling on
Warsaw to help forge "an environment of non-discrimination,
tolerance and mutual acceptance" as international concerns grow
over the treatment of LGBT+ people in the country.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - British writer and barrister Mohsin Zaidi said his early experiences of racism in the LGBT+ community were so bad, he wished he was straight.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Best-selling Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling has stoked anger in the transgender community by including a cross-dressing serial killer in her latest novel, published on Tuesday.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A prominent gay politician in Poland has compared the government's repeated attacks on the LGBT+ community to the way Jewish people were "dehumanised" in the run-up to World War Two.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - After using a time-traveling bedroom closet to tackle the taboo of self-harm, an acclaimed British filmmaking duo shine a light on sexuality among disabled teens in their latest project.