While being part of the LGBTQ+ community can serve as a source of strength, it also brings forth unique challenges. Recognizing how the experience of sexual orientation and gender identity correlates with mental health is pivotal.
Significant turning point for Padua’s homosexual mothers: Public Prosecutor’s Office sides with constitutional challenge
A crucial turning point characterized the first cycle of hearings at the Civil Court of Padua, concerning the challenge of the birth certificates of children from same-sex couples.
Although Mexico has made significant progress in terms of legislation and protecting vulnerable groups, challenges persist in implementing laws against gender-based violence and discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
The Indian Supreme Court has declined to legalize same-sex marriage, shifting the responsibility to the Parliament.
Discriminatory Law Blocking HIV-Positive Individuals from Pursuing Surrogacy to be Removed in the UK.
In a significant step forward for LGBTQ+ rights and reproductive freedom, the UK government has announced its commitment to repeal a longstanding law that has prevented individuals living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) from starting a family through surrogacy.
The Persistent Struggle of the ‘LGBTQ+ Equality Hurdle’ for Same-Sex Couples Embarking on Parenthood
The issue of whether National Health Systems should support fertility treatments, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF), to same-sex couples involves complex ethical, legal, and social considerations.
In a groundbreaking decision, the Supreme Court of Mauritius has struck down a colonial-era law that criminalised same-sex relations.
Gay lawyers point out that the threats to the safety of LGBT+ community in the 64 countries that criminalise gay people are very real and even in countries that have repealed their anti-gay laws, the general population may still pose a threat as many people are not in agreement with permitting gay relationships and still retain anti-gay thinking.
Same- sex parenting: Tiziano Ferro protects his rights and those of his children by not returning to Italy
Under the Italian law, Ferro is not allowed to be registered as the father of his children at the Italian consulate because surrogacy is still considered a crime in Italy (although same-sex couples can enter into a civil union, but not marriage.
Nepal’s Supreme Court had issued a ruling requiring the government to recognise egalitarian marriage and the same-sex foreign spouse of a Nepalese citizen.