The Greek parliament voted to open marriage for same-sex couples. It is the first country with an Orthodox Christian majority that gives homosexuals access to marriage.
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It’s official now: 59 per cent of all young people in Spain have some mental problem. This is more than double what it was in 2017. What has gone wrong? Jorge Ruiz Ortiz explores the horizon.
The international doctors' association Society for Evidence Based Gender Medicine is "deeply concerned" about gender care guidelines announced by the WHO in December.
Estonia was the first country to open marriage to people of the same sex. Since January 1st, homosexuals can tie the knot and even adopt children.
Poland's new Prime Minister Donald Tusk is focusing mainly on one thing: undoing plans of the previous conservative government. He seems to be succeeding in this, despite protests from Catholics.
Roman Catholic priests are now allowed to bless same-sex couples. The Vatican released a document that explicitly opens the way for a blessing for unmarried and homosexual spouses.
A new poll shows that Lithuanian parents agree on one thing regarding their children's education: sexual education should be in line with what the kids are taught at home.
A significant majority of the Norwegian Parliament showed its support for a ban on conversion therapy on Tuesday. However, not everyone is enthusiastic.
For the government of the Netherlands, the emancipation goals are not only for the people of Holland but the world. Clearly, the agenda is ideologically driven. It is not only about equality for men and women but it has to do with gay emancipation too in Europe and worldwide. And it is openly against "conservative counter forces".
The European Commission identifies "an alarming increase" in hate speech against Jews and Muslims and wants to combat it. However, the European Union's executive board calls (also) on member states to also qualify "hate speech" based on gender and sexual orientation as a European criminal offence.