Thursday, 28 August 2014


28.8.2014 by the Malta Gay Rights Movement

Join us in recognising and rewarding the people you feel contributed most to Maltese society as positive role models from across society, from LGBTI supporters and from our LGBTI community.

All Out: I was in a gay 'cure' clinic

"No one should face the trauma I did at a gay 'cure' clinic.
"When the patient has a gay thought, we electrocute them or inject them with drugs that make them sick." One gay 'cure' clinic doctor in China said this to show what they do to gay people. 
It happened to me. In families like mine, being gay is still seen as something that can be cured, and scam clinics prey on that fear. Now, I want my friends, my family andeveryone in China to understand that being gay is normal.
Dr. Margaret Chan is the head of the World Health Organization (WHO) – an influential international authority who's from China. If we come together by the thousands we could get her to speak out against anti-gay 'cures' – and help convince officials to finally ban them.
Will you sign my petition asking WHO Director Dr. Margaret Chan to speak up now and condemn gay 'cures' in China?

Saturday, 9 August 2014

YouTube: Equal Rights are Bigger than Borders

This campaign video was created in Ukraine during a European Project. Our two young people came up with the concept and witht their team filmed it.

Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Pink News: Could being gay stop employers from hiring you? This study says yes
5th August 2014, 2:25 PM by Nick Duffy

Visibly gay candidates are less likely to get interviews

People applying for jobs are 40% less likely to be offered an interview if they are gay or lesbian, according to research.

The study, conducted by researchers from Anglia Ruskin university, sent nearly 9000 fake job applications to employers across Cyprus.

Sunday, 3 August 2014

Pink News: Activists celebrate striking down of Uganda’s anti-gay law
1st August 2014, 3:22 PM

Activists have celebrated the decision

Activists have celebrated a court ruling invalidating Uganda’s anti-gay law.

Earlier today, the country’s Constitutional Court today struck down the law, finding that the speaker of parliament acted illegally by moving ahead with a vote on the law despite at least three lawmakers objecting to a lack of quorum.