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Macron gambles on cultural shift with bill allowing IVF for lesbians

PARIS (Reuters) - The French government on Wednesday sent to parliament draft legislation that would allow in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) for lesbian couples and single women, honouring a long-standing campaign pledge but risking a backlash from conservative voters.

Conservative Polish magazine issues 'LGBT-free zone' stickers

WARSAW (Reuters) - A conservative magazine in Poland distributed "LGBT-free zone" stickers with its weekly edition on Wednesday, amid a mounting backlash against gay rights in central Europe's largest nation ahead of a parliamentary election this year.

Gay man given harsher jail sentence because of sexuality demands intervention by Carrie Lam

Man convicted of having sex with underage boys says ‘I deserve jail’, but only on same basis as equivalent heterosexual cases Activists and academics accuse administration of failing the gay and lesbian community by delays in reforming ‘unfair’ laws

Polish police detain 25 after attacks on equality march

WARSAW (Reuters) - Police have detained 25 people in Bialystok, eastern Poland, after attacks on those taking part in the city's first equality march amid accusations that the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party benefits from fuelling anti-gay sentiment.

PAS lawmaker questions govt stand on 'LGBT culture'

KUALA LUMPUR: A senior PAS lawmaker has asked the government whether it recognises the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) "culture" after it did not take any action against organisers of an International Women's Day rally.

The biggest Women’s World Cup lesson: Teach girls to be competitive

WHEN a swim coach challenged my three-year-old daughter to race against her five-year old brother, she beat him so badly that it seemed the toddler swim equivalent of the US women’s national soccer team’s 13-0 thrashing of Thailand in their opening game of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

First LGBTI job fair held in India after gay ban lifted

BENGALURU (Reuters) - An LGBTI job fair, billed by organisers as the first such event in India, attracted more than 250 people on Friday looking for employment with companies including Intel, Goldman Sachs and Uber.

Journey to freedom of expression derailed

A letter from JASMINE CHO, Kuala Lumpur.

Factbox: Two Republicans, 25 Democrats vie for U.S. presidential nomination

(Reuters) - The largest Democratic field in the modern U.S. political era is competing for the party's 2020 presidential nomination, with another Democrat entering the race on Tuesday.