The German coalition has introduced a bill intended to make it easier for transsexuals to change their gender. Criticism of this proposal is wide-ranging: some consider it discriminatory. Others see this as a danger, especially for young people.
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If Europe wants to survive, it must find a future. And that future lays in the Christian religion that has created its cultural heritage that still unites the continent, says David Millard.
China and other countries that adhere to traditional family values have made it much more difficult for Europe and the United States to push gender policies through the UN General Assembly.
There is little to gain for a Christian party in Seinäjoki, laughs Aki Ruotsala. The Christian Democratic KD (Kristillisdemokraatit) has only 3 seats out of 49. “All parties here have respect for Christian values,” he says.
A European Court demands the recognition of same-sex marriage in Romania. But the population is “not ready” for it.
After a long time and political debate, the Norwegian government seems to have enough support for a ban on conversion therapy for homosexuals.
The Russian government is divided over the LGBT community. The Russian Justice Ministry wants more restrictions, but Putin promises more space in a remarkable statement.
Should an EU country recognise gay marriages from abroad? The Supreme Court of Poland wants a European ruling.
The Latvian President Edgars Rinkēvič has blocked the new partnership bill. More than a hundred lawmakers had urged him to do so.
Will there still be room for priests with a traditional view on marriage and sexuality in the future? Theology students from NLA College in Bergen seriously worry about their future.