MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As a transgender woman living in Russia, where LGBT+ people often face abuse and state repression, Chloe Golovleva said she felt like an animal trapped in a cage.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The pope's comments in support of gay civil unions did not go far enough and could even harm the campaign for same-sex marriage, LGBT+ rights campaigners said on Thursday.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Pope Francis has signaled a softening towards LGBT+ rights with his comments that same-sex couples should be protected by civil union laws and have the right to form a family.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Emmy Award-winning actors Samira Wiley and Billy Porter may be among the most well-known LGBT+ stars in Hollywood, but when it comes to queer history, even they admit there's a lot to learn. | Video
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As a transgender girl growing up in Buenos Aires, Viviana Gonzalez dreamt of being a writer, composing poems to console her mother who fled Gonzalez’ abusive father.
, (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A transgender woman was sworn in as deputy prime minister in Belgium's new government on Thursday, becoming the most senior trans politician in Europe.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A pair of drag queens will grace the October cover of Vogue in Brazil, the magazine said on Monday, marking a landmark for the iconic fashion publication in a nation where openly gay and trans people face violence and discrimination.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Attacks on LGBT+ rights in Poland, where towns are declaring themselves LGBT-free zones, are "absurd," said "Queer Eye” star Antoni Porowski, an actor with Polish roots who on Tuesday called on the country to respect its gay and trans citizens.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Michele Bettencourt stepped down as chief executive of a billion-dollar cyber-security firm to begin her transition from male to female, she thought her career was over.
(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The number of transgender people killed in Brazil this year has risen by 70% over last year, according to research underscoring the South American country's rank as the world's deadliest place for trans people.