2013 in LGBT Rights

In 2013, there were 150 recorded legal changes made affecting LGBT people. In the previous year, there were 108 changes made and 149 in the following year. A total of 1461 legal changes were made in the 2010s.

  • December 21
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under the election reform law.
  • December 19
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    State's highest court rules gay marriage ban unconstitutional
  • December 18
    Right to change legal gender becomes legal, but requires medical diagnosis.
    In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court ruled in favour of not requiring surgery to change one's gender on official documents. It is still required to get a medical diagnosis, however.
  • December 11
    Same-sex marriage becomes unrecognized.
    There are currently several same-sex marriage petitions pending with the courts. On 12 June 2020, the Uttarakhand High Court acknowledged that while same-sex marriage may not be legal, cohabitation and "live-in relationships" are protected by the law.
  • Homosexual activity becomes illegal (imprisonment as punishment).
    In the Supreme Court case of Suresh Kumar Koushal v. Naz Foundation, a two-judge Division Bench overturned the Delhi High Court's decision in Naz Foundation v. Govt. of NCT of Delhi, upholding the constitutionality of Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which criminalized same-sex sexual intercourse and carried a penalty of up to 10 years imprisonment.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
  • December 2
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Gay couples tie the knot in Hawaii as same-sex marriage law kicks in
  • December 1
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
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  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
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  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
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  • November 27
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
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  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
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  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal in some contexts.
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  • November 20
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, Illinois legalized same-sex marriage.
  • November 15
    Same-sex marriage becomes foreign same-sex marriages recognized only.
    Legally married same sex couples from outside the state can file joint tax returns, analogous with the state recognizing their union. The actual state of marriage is still currently in question.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes ambiguous.
    Same-sex marriage celebrated via judicial proceedings / court order.
  • November 12
    Same-sex marriage becomes unrecognized.
    Vietnamese government said that they are trying to get a bill passed. Gay marriage pending and Gay Union pending.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes unrecognized.
    Proposition 110 still states that same sex union is not legal. However, it removed all penalty involved with marriage ceremony or attempts to register, effectively de-criminalizing the act.
  • November 11
    Right to change legal gender becomes legal, no restrictions.
    Changes in the sex on legal documents are only allowed for Hijras, Intersex, and Third Gender citizens
  • Legal recognition of non-binary gender becomes recognized.
    The Bangladeshi government has acknowledged a third gender (hijra), and is allowed to be legally registered as a gender.
  • October 22
    Same-sex marriage becomes unrecognized.
    Passed in ACT only but overturned by the High Court
  • October 10
    LGBT discrimination becomes illegal in some contexts.
    Until 2013 discrimination was only illegal in the workplace. In 2013, the Cypriot Penal Code has been amended to make violence against LGBT people an aggravating factor in sentencing. Article 99 of the code, entitled "Incitment to violence or hatred due to sexual orientation or gender identity", provides for imprisonment not exceeding three years or to a fine not exceeding 5,000 euros for any person who "intentionally, publicly or in manner which is threatening or insulting or offensive in nature, urges or incites, orally or in writing, violence or hatred against a group, person, or a member of a group of persons on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity".
  • September 27
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, New Jersey legalized same-sex marriage.
  • September 19
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    Hate speech banned. Criminal Justice (Amendment) Act 2013.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (1-year deferral).
    Not all clinics/hospitals follow this law.
  • September 13
    LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    under the anti-discrimination law. also the 2013 admentment.
  • September 6
    LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    On September 6th, 2013, the Constitution of Fiji (2013) was signed into law by the president at the time, Ratu Epeli Nailatikau. In section 26 (3) (a), discrimination towards someone based on their sexual orientation or gender identity (among other grounds) is illegal.
  • August 19
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    legal for same sex couples
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Law was changed upon the passing of the Marriage (Definition of Marriage) Amendment Act in 2013, which included the amendment under section 5 clarifying the meaning of marriage to "the union of 2 people, regardless of their sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity". New Zealand was the fifteenth country in the world, and the first in Oceania, to enact marriage equality.
  • August 8
    Same-sex marriage becomes ambiguous.
    Same-sex marriage celebrated via judicial proceedings / court order.
  • August
    Serving openly in military becomes legal.
    Nationwide.
  • Conversion therapy becomes banned.
    Conversion therapy was banned by the state legislature and signed into law by the governor in August of 2013. It was contested in court and the ban was upheld by the courts.
  • August 1
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, Rhode Island legalized same-sex marriage.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Governor Mark Dayton signed a bill into law overturning a previous law which banned marriage between anyone other than one man and one woman.
  • July 31
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
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  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
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  • July 29
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes no protections.
    LGBT people have no protection from discrimination.
  • July 22
    Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • July 17
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Legal and recognised in Liverpool
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, Parliament passed the Marriage Act that introduced same sex marriage for couples in England this extended to salford
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, Parliament passed the Marriage Act that introduced same sex marriage for couples in England. This extends to Manchester.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, Parliament passed the Marriage Act that introduced same sex marriage for couples in England.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Legal from March 13th 2014
  • July 4
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under Bermudas anti discrimination law.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under Bermuda's anti discrimination law.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    The Human Rights bill is amended to include protection clauses for sexual orientation (but not gender identity explicitly)
  • July 3
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
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  • July 2
    Same-sex adoption becomes single only.
    Adoption is being regulated by the Civil Procedure Code of Russia (Chapter 29); Family Code of Russia (Chapter 19); Federal Law On Acts of Civil Status (Chapter V). None of these documents contain any direct restriction or ban for homosexual people to ado
  • Same-sex adoption becomes single only.
    Adoption is being regulated by the Civil Procedure Code of Russia (Chapter 29); Family Code of Russia (Chapter 19); Federal Law On Acts of Civil Status (Chapter V). None of these documents contain any direct restriction or ban for homosexual people to adopt.
  • July 1
    LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under the Cook Island Criminal Code.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal in some contexts.
    only in employment.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    one of the conditions for entering the pacific agreement. Section 55(e) of the Employment Relations Act 2012
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, Delaware legalized same-sex marriage.
  • June 28
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    as being a territory of Australia.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    as being a territory of Australia.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Sex Discrimination Amendment (Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Intersex Status) Act 2013
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    In 2013, California legalized same-sex marriage permanently; rendering Proposition 8 unenforceable.
  • June 26
    Serving openly in military becomes legal.
    In Croatia, there is no regulation that would prohibit LGBT persons from participating in the Armed Forces. Article 12 (3) of the Law on Service in the Armed Forces of the Republic of Croatia, adopted on June 14, 2013, prohibits discrimination in the army on several grounds, one of which is sexual orientation.
  • June 17
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    Legal for LGBT since 2013
  • June 11
    Censorship of LGBT issues becomes fine as punishment.
    In 2013, Russia introduced a law known as "for the Purpose of Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values" (known worldwide as the "gay propaganda law") which prohibits the promotion of homosexual topics. According to the Russian government, this law is aimed to "protect" children from being exposed to homosexuality, since it goes against "traditional family values." Foreigners who break this law can be arrested and detained for up to 15 days (or fined up to 5,000 rubles) and then deported.
  • Censorship of LGBT issues becomes fine as punishment.
    In 2013, Russia introduced a law known as "for the Purpose of Protecting Children from Information Advocating for a Denial of Traditional Family Values" (known worldwide as the "gay propaganda law") which prohibits the promotion of homosexual topics. According to the Russian government, this law is aimed to "protect" children from being exposed to homosexuality, since it goes against "traditional family values." Foreigners who break this law can be arrested and detained for up to 15 days (or fined up to 5,000 rubles) and then deported.
  • June 10
    LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    This state explicitly bans housing discrimination based upon sexual orientation and gender identification. Additionally, the Human Rights Campaign states, "The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires grantees and participants of HUD programs to comply with local and state non-discrimination laws that include sexual orientation and gender identity. HUD also prohibits inquiries regarding the sexual orientation or gender identity of a prospective tenant or applicant for assisted housing in every state (March 2012)."
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    People are protected from discrimination based upon both sexual orientation and gender identification.
  • May 29
    Equal age of consent becomes equal.
    Pursuant to NRS 201.195, the law prohibiting sexual contact with minors 16+ has been repealed. NRS 201.195.2 previously disallowed homosexual persons under the age of 18 from having sexual contact, but allowed heterosexual couples aged 16+ to attain such acts. In May 29, 2013, that subsection was repealed, and the law applied equally to both Homosexual and Heterosexual persons aged 16+
  • LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Law does not protect against property rentals.
  • May 22
    Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following the Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Following Canadian Blood Services guidelines.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes banned (5-year deferral).
    Health Canada changed the indefinite deferral period to a 5-year deferral, effective May 22, 2013.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    The Anti-Discrimination Act (Slovak: Antidiskriminačný zákon) was adopted in 2004, to comply with the European Union's requirements on anti-discrimination law in its member states. The act, broadened in 2008, made it illegal to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity in a wide variety of areas, including employment, education, housing, social care and the provision of goods and services. In May 2013, the Criminal Code was amended to include sexual orientation as a ground for hate crimes, allowing harsher penalties for crimes motivated by homophobia. Additionally, hate speech on the basis of sexual orientation was outlawed.
  • May 18
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    France passed comprehensive same-sex marriage legislation in 2013; entitling gay and lesbian people to equal marriage rights in Metropolitan France and all its overseas departments. France was the ninth European country and the thirteenth country in the world to legalise gay marriage.
  • May 17
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Marriage is legal since 2013
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Legal since 2013
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    As being an oversees department of France.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    French Law Applies.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    Under French law.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    As being a territory of France.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    French law applies
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Being a French collective, french law applies here
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    According to French laws.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    Same-sex couples have been legally able to adopt children since May 2013, when the same-sex marriage law took effect. The first joint adoption by a same-sex couple was announced on 18 October 2013.
  • May 16
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Following a resolution by the National Council of Justice (CNJ), any same-sex union can be converted into a marriage. It was approved on May 14 and came into force on May 16. Brazil was the second South American country after Argentina, and the twelfth in the world to legalise gay marriage.
  • May 14
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Nationwide.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Nationwide.
  • May 13
    Right to change legal gender becomes legal, but requires surgery.
    Hong Kong Supreme Court ruled that post-operative transsexuals could change their legal gender for purposes including marriage.
  • May 7
    Serving openly in military becomes lesbians, gays, bisexuals permitted, transgender people banned.
    Hate crime law allows LGBTQ+ individuals to serve openly without discrimination in the military however transgenders aren't.
  • May 1
    Same-sex marriage becomes civil unions (marriage rights).
    The Colorado General Assembly passed SB-11, the Colorado Civil Union Act.
  • April 24
    Blood donations by MSMs becomes legal.
    The Chilean Health Ministry repeals the blood ban after a year of lobbying by the country's leading LGBT organization, Chilean Homosexual Integration and Liberation Movement (MOVILH).
  • April 19
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
  • April 18
    Homosexual activity becomes legal.
    Though the US Supreme Court and the Montana Supreme Court both ruled the law unconstitutional and unenforceable as early as 2003, it remained on the books until officially removed on 4/18/2013.
  • April 17
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    Follows from French laws
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
  • April 14
    Right to change legal gender becomes legal, no restrictions.
  • April 10
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    Same-sex marriage became legal in Uruguay after the passing of the Equal Marriage Act. Uruguay became the fourteenth country in the world to legalise gay marriage, and the third South American country to do so after Argentina and Brazil.
  • April 2
    Equal age of consent becomes equal.
    Set age.
  • April
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
  • March 19
    Same-sex marriage becomes banned.
    Article 78 of the Constitution of Zimbabwe explicitly prohibits same-sex marriage.
  • February 22
    LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under hundras criminal code.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    Article 321 of the penal code was amended to protect LGBT individual from discrimination. Implementation of this law however has not yet been found.
  • February 19
    Same-sex adoption becomes second parent adoption only.
    Same-sex couples in Germany can legally adopt a step-child, biological or not of the other partner.
  • February 1
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    A same sex couple can adopt through the agency they're adopting their child at or through an independent adoption.
  • January 9
    Right to change legal gender becomes legal, but requires medical diagnosis.
    Legal gender recognition is available in Sweden under the Law on Gender Determination in Certaing Cases (Law No. 1972:119) (1972). Although it has been reformed several times, it still includes pathologizing requirements such as medical diagnosis and a "real life" test. Applications are made to the National Health and Welfare Board. They must be accompanied by a medical report stating that the person has undergone the primary “investigation”, via psychiatrist, to confirm the “diagnosis of transsexualism”. (ILGA)
  • January 1
    LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    As of 2013 in Puerto Rico, employment discrimination is illegal on the basis of gender identity and sexual orientation. In the US in 2020, LGBTQ employment discrimination was also passed through as Title IX.
  • (date unknown)
    Gender-affirming care becomes legal.
    In 2013, Tunisia adopted the ICD-10 classification, which contains codes for diagnosing transsexualism in adulthood and childhood, which authorize the initiation of medical transition.
  • Gender-affirming care becomes legal.
    In 2013, Iran adopted the ICD-10 classification, which contains codes for diagnosing transsexualism in adulthood and childhood, which authorize the initiation of medical transition.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    Adoption is legal for LGBT
  • January
    Serving openly in military becomes legal.
    After Supreme Federal Court recognition, LGBT people can serve openly in military in Brazil. People who are legally male at the age of 18 are obligated to serve, including trans men who have transitioned or trans women who haven't changed their legal gender yet. The latter can be dispensed once the change is made.
  • (date unknown)
    Legal recognition of non-binary gender becomes recognized.
    A third gender category for citizenship documents was introduced in 2013 and Nepal began issuing passports with the ‘others’ category two years later.
  • Censorship of LGBT issues becomes other punishment.
    Penal Code 2013, Art. 237 Other Homosexual Acts: Article 237 provides that same-sex affection between men or between women other than ‘liwat’ or ‘tafkhiz’ (Anal Sex between men and frotting) , such as “kissing or touching as a result of lust”, is punishable with 31-74 lashes. In Iran, there are no laws restricting to discussing LGBT topics in the Internet. However those who are accused of Political dissidence or plotting to " overthrow the Islamic Republic " could be subjected to the death penalty as well, of which charges are also included with Homosexuality . An estimated number from the Amnesty International reports is that more than 5,000 Gay men and Lesbians have been executed since the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
  • January 1
    Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
  • Blood donations by MSMs becomes legal.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    under the Sex Discrimination admendment act
  • Conversion therapy becomes not banned.
    According to ilga.org. Conversion therapy ban pending.
  • January
    Same-sex marriage becomes unrecognized.
    In March 2013, José Pereira Coutinho, a Member of the Legislative Assembly, submitted a bill to the Legislative Assembly to recognize same-sex civil unions, granting them the same rights as heterosexual couples, except the right to adopt. The bill was rejected with the sole vote of Coutinho in favor, 17 votes against and 4 abstentions.
  • January 1
    Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    as being an oversees territory of France.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
  • (date unknown)
    Same-sex adoption becomes illegal.
    Missing laws for same-sex couples. In 2013, the Supreme Court refused to grant custody of a child to a gay man. The Supreme Court stated that because Tonga’s criminal law still prohibits carnal knowledge between consenting adults of the same sex, “[n]o court would entrust a very young child into the care of person whose lifestyle carries with it a very real risk of prosecution.”
  • January 1
    Same-sex adoption becomes single only.
    Single.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes unrecognized.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under the Labour and Employment Relations Act and under hate crimes since 2017.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal in some contexts.
    Only in Employment only.
  • Right to change legal gender becomes legal, no restrictions.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
    legalized when they recognized gay marriage.
  • Conversion therapy becomes not banned.
    Homosexuality was declassified as an illness in 2013. The Lebanese Psychiatric Society, the Lebanese Psychological Association, other professional associations and NGOs have called for banning conversion therapy. To date, it is still legal.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under Sex discrimination.
  • LGBT discrimination becomes illegal.
    Under the revision of the constitution.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
    as being a department of France.
  • Same-sex adoption becomes legal.
  • Same-sex marriage becomes legal.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
    Under the Cuban Criminal Code.
  • LGBT housing discrimination becomes sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • LGBT employment discrimination becomes sexual orientation only.
    A law banning discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation in employment was adopted by the Moldovan Parliament on 25 May 2012, and signed into law by President Nicolae Timofti on 28 May 2012. The law took effect on 1 January 2013.
  • (date unknown)
    Right to change legal gender becomes legal, but requires surgery.
    DECISION T-918-12 The Constitutional Court rules on the right to sexual identity, its relationship with the right to health in the case of transgender people and the change of the marital status of persons on the grounds on gender reassignment. The Chamber rules that it is the duty of the Health Promotion Agency to which the plaintiff is registered, to apply the procedures needed for the gender reassignment surgery, since these are covered by the Compulsory Health Plan (POS). Additionally, in the action for protection it is requested the application of all the procedures required for the normalization of the process of feminization and changing registration of gender from MALE to FEMALE, without leaving in this document any record of the biological condition. DECREE 1227 OF 2015 On June 5, the Colombian President signed Decree 1227, which authorizes citizens to change their sex on identification documents through a Notary Public and without having to prove their sexual identity through psychiatric or physical evaluations.
  • January 1
    LGBT discrimination becomes illegal in some contexts.
    A law protecting LGBTQ+ population from labour law discrimination took effect on January 1st 2013
  • (date unknown)
    Equal age of consent becomes n/a.
    Homosexuality is not legal in Lebanon as of 2023
  • January 1
    Same-sex marriage becomes banned.
    Wasn't legal
  • January
    Same-sex adoption becomes second parent adoption only.
    Only step child adoption can take place
  • Right to change legal gender becomes legal, no restrictions.
    From a Federal standpoint, you can change your gender with proof that you have undergone treatment for a gender change (surgery no longer required in any agency as of June 2013)
  • (date unknown)
    Same-sex marriage becomes varies by region.
    Came into force as of March 29th, 2014 . Same-sex marriage is still unrecognized fully in some parts of the UK (such as Northern Ireland).

LGBT Organizations Founded in 2013

  • Outbound FaviconOutbound
    Global
    An organization that makes sure that no one is alone when coming out of the closet by facilitating relevant and personalized mentorship.
  • Vocal Organization for International Courage & Equality (V.O.I.C.E.) FaviconVocal Organization for International Courage & Equality (V.O.I.C.E.)
    Global
    The Vocal Organization for International Courage & Equality (V.O.I.C.E.) was established in 2013 as a result of the overwhelming support of our visual equality campaign,
  • Diversity PRO FaviconDiversity PRO
    Global
    Diversity PRO is a Non-Government Organization (NGO) aimed at raising awareness to workplace Diversity & Inclusion, and promoting Diversity visibility and leadership.
  • Subversive Front FaviconSubversive Front
    Promotion of a critical, creative, queer, non-patriarchal approach to gender and sexuality through a variety of public, educational, institutional actions and debates that will…
  • Barbados Gays, Lesbians And All-Sexuals Against Discrimination FaviconBarbados Gays, Lesbians And All-Sexuals Against Discrimination
    It is an organization that is dedicated to create an education mechanism and open public dialogue in a supportive manor for the lgbt community in Barbados.
  • Inclusive Forum Nepal FaviconInclusive Forum Nepal
    Inclusive Forum Nepal is an organization working for Lesbian,Bisexual and Transgender Women in Nepal.
  • Not The Third Sex Movement FaviconNot The Third Sex Movement
    Global
    A movement against the discriminatory and degrading classification of transgenders and intersexs are third class genders. It is a community organization formed against forceful…
  • HK GALA FaviconHK GALA
    The Hong Kong LGBT+ Attorneys (HKGALA) Network was founded in 2013 by a group of attorneys (Wally Suphap, Marc Rubinstein and Mike Kung) as the first network for gay, lesbian…
  • Love Does Not Exclude Association FaviconLove Does Not Exclude Association