Blog: Perspectives

The Earth Day Connection to LGBTIQ Human Rights

Earth Day, since its inception in 1970, has been a time to celebrate the environment and advocate for its protection. Occasionally, we need protection from Earth’s ecological systems when natural hazards turn into...

One Year Since Gay Purge in Chechnya, Perpetrators Remain Unprosecuted

At the beginning of April 2017, Novaya Gazeta, a Russian newspaper, broke the news that more than 100 men perceived to be gay or bisexual were rounded up, sent to secret detention centers, and tortured in Chechnya.

There’s an ‘Echo’ Reverbing for LGBTIQ human rights in Quezon City

With the placement of a big rainbow-decorated sticker on the outside of the building, it becomes official: the barangay is now LGBTIQ friendly.