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26 Mar
The social media platform is reportedly shadowbanning posts containing certain terms. TikTok blamed algorithm flaws for the blocks.
2 Dec
Prime Minister Viktor Orban wants to limit teaching about homosexuality and transgender topics in schools. Hungarians will get the chance to vote on the issue, perhaps on the same day as next year's national election.
30 Oct 2021
Poland's lower house of parliament will debate a law barring Pride parades on Thursday. The bill was put forward by a conservative anti-abortion rights group that gathered the necessary signatures.
13 Sep 2021
Less than a month after they returned to power, the Taliban have begun going after LGBTQ people in Afghanistan. Members of this group reflect on their fears and the brief moments of freedom they used to have.
7 Aug 2021
The 21 activists who had been arrested for attending an LGBTQ event in May have been acquitted. The activists were taken into custody by police in a move that caused outrage among rights groups.
31 Jul 2021
The proposed bill could see LGBTQ community members imprisoned between five to 10 years for identifying or advocating for their rights.
10 Jul 2021
Multiple WeChat social media accounts belonging to campus LGBTQ groups were pulled from the Chinese social media network. An administrator involved said it happened to all the affected groups at once.
30 Jun 2021
A court in India has ordered state and federal officials to plan sweeping reforms to eliminate discrimination against LGBTQ communities. But activists say a lot more needs to be done to achieve equality.
18 Jun 2021
Hungary has passed a new law that critics say conflates pedophilia with LGBTQ+ issues. Is the government trying to deflect attention from its failures and divide the opposition?
10 Feb 2021
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9 Feb 2021
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18 Feb 2020
Wendy Williams apologises for 'out of touch' comments about LGBTQ+ community. Wendy Williams has issued an apology after suggesting she gets "offended" by men wearing women's clothes.

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