From today, Gay and lesbian couples in Germany will be able to tie the knot, as a new marriage equality law has come into effect. It had been passed by parliament in June. DW reports on the country's first same-sex 'I do's.'
In a landmark verdict, Hong Kong's top court has granted a spousal visa to a lesbian woman. This comes despite the fact that the Chinese territory currently does not recognize gay marriage or same-sex civil unions.
Thousands danced in the streets of the Romanian capital as a mass demonstration organized by the governing Social Democratic Party was held just a stone's throw away. In the end, it was a joyful celebration of diversity.
It's been a year since a landmark ruling in Taiwan recognized same-sex unions as a fundamental right. But the marriage equality movement still faces stiff resistance in Taiwanese society. William Yang reports.
A gay senator has opened the debate in Australia’s parliament on legislation to lift a ban on same-sex marriage. Boosted by a nationwide public vote, the first LGBT couples could get wed before Christmas.
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