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Taiwan to Introduce Marriage Equality

The Supreme Court in the City of Taipei, capital of Taiwan in Asia, has ruled that a previous constitutional restriction on marriage to heterosexuals, is unlawful. According to news channel Al-Jazeera, thousands of people celebrated outside the court, known as the Judicial Yuan. Activists are also cautious as they know that well financed and shadowy Christian fundamentalist groups are to try and appeal the ruling. For now though, they summarised that Taiwan has become a beacon for diversity and equality in Asia.

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Ramadhan Commences for 2017

The Islamic Holy Month of Ramadhan commences tomorrow evening, when the full moon is sighted above the Saudi City of Mecca. Muslims will be fasting during the hours of daylight and committing to acts of charity for the lunar month's duration.

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Brian May Speaks Candidly About Mercury

Talented guitarist and polymath Brian May from the rock band Queen, has opened up for the first time to the press about his late bandmate Freddie Mercury, the flamboyant gay pop star who passed away from and AIDS related illness twenty five and a half years ago.

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Trans DJs Profiled in "DJ" Music Magazine

The magazine “DJ”, which charts the dance music scene, publishes a special feature this month on trans people in the electronic music genre.

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May

A radio station that inspired two of “ShoutOut”s members to get involved in broadcasting has been granted a license to transmit – fifty three years after it was founded.

26
May

Radio Free Europe, the famous pro-democracy broadcaster in Eastern Europe, immortalised in a song by REM, says that psychological warfare by the Russian government is being waged against the countr

26
May

A group of students at a Canadian University have , according to the newswire Pink News, issued an apology for playing a song they described as “transphobic” during an event for new studen

26
May

A blue heritage plaque has been unvieled to honour the young man who initiated the 1980's campaign group Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners, which brought together the gay scene and striking mine

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