France surgically removes conversion therapy
EU Justice Court orders ID papers for queer couples’ kids
Mexican marriage equality spreads to Zacatecas
Rights group notes doubled queer count in US Census sub-survey
Senegalese lawmakers offer odious anti-LGBTQ bill
Barbados starts new republic with rights guarantees
France’s parliament comes out strong against conversion therapy; the Court of Justice of the European Union orders all member states to legally recognize the children of queer parents, Zacatecas state lawmakers decide to join Mexico’s march to marriage equality, a U.S. Census Bureau survey analysis doubles the LGBTQ population estimate to 20 million, a small group of Senegalese lawmakers draft legislation to outlaw LGBTQ identity and advocacy, and Barbados equality activists cheer inclusion in the nascent government’s initial charter guarantees.
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