LGBT groups launch Japan’s equal rights law petition

LGBT groups launch Japan’s equal rights law petition

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The day the music died: virus kills one of Seoul’s oldest nightclubs | AFP

One of South Korea’s oldest underground music clubs shut down on 28 September 2020, as business takes a hit due to the coronavirus pandemic. Founded in 1994, Club MWG enjoyed its heyday in the 1990s when underground clubs were rare in the South’s capital. An intimate space with room to host 200 people, the club in Hongdae district was known for indie band performances and popular DJs, as well as LGBT party events.

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Chinese LGBT activist loses lawsuit over homophobic textbooks | AFP

Chinese LGBT activist Xixi has lost a lengthy courtroom battle against a state-backed publishing house whose university textbook describes being gay as a “common psychosexual disorder”. Before the verdict was announced, she spoke to AFP about her struggle of being a member of the LGBT community in the country.

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Polish nationalists protest against ‘LGBT ideology’ | AFP

Dozens of Polish nationalists protest against what they call ‘LGBT ideology’. A counter-demonstration of LGBT activists is organized on the other side of the road. There is a substantial police presence between the two demonstrations.

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Music, dancing as hundreds attend annual Jerusalem Pride parade | AFP

Hundreds take part in a Gay Pride event in Jerusalem, with numbers limited because of coronovirus rules. Police were out in force to secure the event that took place just under five years after a person at an LGBT rally was murdered by a Jewish religious extremist.

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Lotto shows in Vietnam just the ticket for marginalised LGBT community | AFP

Nha Vy is one of hundreds of LGBT performers in Vietnam who have found confidence, and a way to earn a living, through lotto shows, a form of entertainment dating back to the French colonial era and now wildly popular in the south.

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Corte Suprema de EU resuelve a favor de derechos LGBT

Corte Suprema de EU resuelve a favor de derechos LGBT

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SCOTUS ruling a resounding victory for LGBT rights

The Supreme Court’s ruling that a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment is expected to have a major impact across the U.S. (June 15)

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Reaction after ruling protects LGBT people at work

Community members react after the Supreme Court rules a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBTQ rights from a conservative court. (June 15)

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Plaintiff on Supreme Court LGBT decision: “Victory”

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court. (June 15)

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LGBTQ community reacts to Supreme Court decision

The Supreme Court has ruled that a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment. It’s a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court. (June 15)

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LGBT community applaud Supreme Court ruling

The Supreme Court ruled Monday that a landmark civil rights law protects gay, lesbian and transgender people from discrimination in employment, a resounding victory for LGBT rights from a conservative court. (June 15)

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Taiwan marks anniversary of Asia’s first gay marriage law | AFP

As Taiwan celebrated its one-year anniversary of becoming Asia’s first country to legalize same-sex marriages, an LGBT rights group is proposing an amendment that would give all international union couples the same legal rights regardless of their home country. Taiwan’s current gay marriage law bars couples from marrying if their foreign partner is from a country which does not recognise same-sex unions.

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Brazilian office worker becomes an LGBT+ icon | AFP

Fernando Magrin is the sales manager for American Airlines in Brazil. He is also a drag-queen in his free time. A few years ago, he created one of Sao Paulo Carnival’s biggest street parties: The “Bloco MinhoQueens”, which attracted 200,000 people in 2019. Thanks to the success of his group, Fernando has become a leading figure for LGBT+ diversity within his company and now regularly participates in events about diversity in the business world, both in Brazil and abroad.

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‘Miss Gay El Salvador’ on a mission to promote LGBT rights | AFP

Newly crowned drag-queen Wendy Valenzuela says she feels ‘a little afraid’ after winning ‘Miss Gay El Salvador’, but says she is intent on promoting tolerance and sexual diversity in the Central American country where 600 members of the LGBTI community have been assassinated since 1993.

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Colourful performances and a ‘drag Olympics’ at Yangon Pride party | AFP

People gather to take part in at a Pride event in Myanmar’s commcercial capital Yangon, with performances and a ‘drag Olympics’ competition. Space is gradually opening up for the LGBT community in the majority-Buddhist country.

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Rally in support of artist attacked for painting ‘gay’ Emiliano Zapata | AFP

Mexico’s LGBT community gathers in front of Palace of Fine Arts Mexico to support the artist Fabián Chairez, violently attacked for his “gay” painting of the revolutionary figure Emiliano Zapata. While posing, singing and dancing, protesters demand the respect of expression in arts and the end of machismo.

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Adam Lambert talks new music and relating to Lil Nas X

Rocker Adam Lambert is back with his first project of original music in four years, “Velvet: Side A.” The former American Idol contestant reveals why it took him so long to release new music, and what he’s learned from touring the world with Queen. He also touches on understanding why Lil Nas X revealed he was gay as “Old Town Road” topped the charts, as well as moving beyond his “I’m trying to be a singer, not a civil rights leader” comments a decade ago to a public figure LGBT youth can look up to. (Oct. 18)

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Wide gaps in legal protection for LGBT workers

The Supreme Court’s decision on whether federal law shields LGBT people from job discrimination could leave millions of gay and transgender workers vulnerable in parts of the U.S. without protections at the state or local level. (Oct 14)

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Polls open in deeply divided Poland | AFP

Poles began voting on Sunday in a polarising election which the governing populists look set to win on the back of welfare measures and attacks on LGBT rights, but their majority is at risk, giving opposition parties a narrow chance to snatch power. IMAGES

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AP Top Stories October 8 P

Here are the top stories for Tuesday, October 8th: Trump administration blocks ambassador from testifying in impeachment probe; Turkey military build up at Syria border; Supreme Court considers LGBT job discrimination; gallery displays paintings by chimp.

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High court appears split over LGBT rights

A seemingly divided Supreme Court struggled Tuesday over whether a landmark civil rights law protects LGBT people from discrimination in employment. AP’S Supreme Court Reporter Mark Sherman explains. (Oct. 8)

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SCOTUS participants speak out after LGBT hearing

Plaintiffs and defendants responded to a seemingly divided Supreme Court that is considering whether federal civil rights law protects LGBT people from job discrimination. (Oct. 8)

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Protesters at high court as it weighs LGBT rights

Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday as justices hear arguments in two of the term’s most closely watched cases over whether federal civil rights law protects LGBT people from job discrimination. (Oct. 8)

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