1. Politics school for LGBTIs begins before Turkish general election

    As the general elections approach, Social Policies, Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Studies Association has begun its “In school, at work, in the parliament: LGBTIs are everywhere!” campaign.

  2. ECtHR to announce verdict on Turkish gender reassignment law

    The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) will announce its final judgment on March 10 in the case of a trans man in Turkey who could not get court permission needed for gender reassignment surgery.

  3. Islamist daily calls for LGBTI organizations to be closed down!

    Islamist daily Vahdet covered the rejection of closure requests against the LGBTI associations Kaos GL and Lambdaistanbul as “judicial promotion for immorality”.

  1. Istanbul municipality responded to “GAY” license plate tweet: So what if we are gay?

    The Atasehir Municipality in Istanbul responded to a viral tweet about the license plate of a municipality police vehicle with a popular Pride slogan.

  2. Turkish Minister of Labor to answer motion about LGBTI employment

    Ertugrul Kurkcu from the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) submitted a motion regarding the employment of LGBTI people to the Labor and Social Security Minister Faruk Celik.

  3. "We want to be taken back into the temples we were kicked out from"

    LGBTIs from the minority groups of Turkey founded Ahura LGBTI last month. One of its founders, Darin, told kaosGL.org the emergence and works of Ahura LGBTI.



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