LONDON, Nov 26 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) -
L eather-wearing lesbians may have been a minority in 1980s
London, but one of the original "Rebel Dykes" hopes her
documentary about the punk-loving subculture will bring LGBT+
people together across generational and political divides.
LONDON, Nov 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As media
companies around the world struggle to stay afloat, ensuring
more diversity among journalists and interviewees is necessary
for newsrooms' survival, top editors said on Thursday.
ATLANTA/LONDON, Nov 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The
International Olympic Committee's move to drop its advice on
testosterone levels for transgender athletes in the absence of
scientific consensus leaves sports bodies facing tough decisions
on who can compete, some experts have warned.
LONDON, Nov 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Lauren Hough
left the U.S. Air Force after she received homophobic death
threats, had her car set on fire and was tried for arson. She
was cleared by a military court but, despairing of the whole
process, she came out as gay and was discharged.
LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A group of LGBT+ Afghans has arrived in Britain for the first time since the Taliban's return to power in August caused panic among gay and transgender Afghans, who feared persecution and even death under the Islamists' rule.
LONDON, Oct 18 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In its early
1980s heyday, Greenham Common Women's Peace Camp became an
emblem of the global anti-nuclear movement, making headlines in
Britain and beyond.
VILNIUS (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As the target of constant homophobic abuse as a teenager, Rimas Prokopovicius rarely heard anything positive about gay people when he was growing up in a provincial city in northern Lithuania.
LONDON, Sept 27 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Switzerland
voted overwhelmingly to allow same-sex couples to wed and adopt
children in a referendum on Sunday, making it one of the last
countries in Western Europe to legalise gay civil marriage.
LONDON, Sept 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As Swiss
voters decide this weekend whether to let same-sex couples marry
and adopt children, LGBT+ rights activists elsewhere in Europe
say their fight for gay marriage has taken a back seat to more
urgent issues like tackling hate crime.
LONDON, Sept 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A British
court on Friday overturned a ruling that restricted children's
access to puberty-blocking drugs - a new twist in a global
debate over when someone can opt to medically transition