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'...In the city of San Antonio, if a pastor speaks on Romans 1, he could be even fined $500 a day until he retracts what he said'

in the city of San Antonio, if a pastor speaks on Romans 1, he could be even fined $500 a day until he retracts what he said.” - See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/rafael-cruz-falsely-claims-san-antonio-banned-pastors-beaching-bible#sthash.LLEGzhvs.dpuf

Actor reveals that he and Hollywood publicist Simon Halls wed in 2011 - the year before he came out publicly

Daniel Franzese writes open letter to his movie alter ego:  'I’m not afraid anymore'

Was the Bard interested in men as well as women? From secret messages to love poems, we look at the possible arguments to the sexuality of William Shakespeare

Lead plaintiff Christopher Inniss: 'Marriage is the only way to ensure that we are treated as the family that we are'

'I was growing up during the AIDS epidemic and I saw how cruel and insensitive people were to these people suffering'

Star Trek icon has worked for marriage equality, LGBT employment protections and anti-LGBTI bullying

Bring your passport and don’t forget your toothbrush on 9 May – you could be flying to Copenhagen for Eurovision after our Gay Star News and Visit Denmark party at G-A-Y Camp Attack at Heaven

Activists will hold public kissing protest in response to ‘violent’ arrest

United Nations has appealed to Brunei to delay the penal code that will introduce death by stoning for several crimes including homosexuality

Blatino Oasis, a weekend retreat for gay men of color and their admirers, welcomes controversial rappers Fly Young Red and Trina for a weekend of debauchery in the dessert

Blatino Oasis, a weekend retreat for gay men of color and their admirers, welcomes controversial rappers Fly Young Red and Trina for a weekend of debauchery in the dessert

Six Illinois Republican party central committee members who sought to dump their party chairman after he came out in favor of same-sex marriage have themselves been dumped out of office

Bachelor Boy singer said speculation over his sexuality has 'hurt' his family, especially when he was younger

The creator of new street fighter style video game Fist of Awesome has revealed he always intended the game’s protagonist Tim Burr to be a gay member of the bear community

We meet Hiro Mizuhara, a young leading light of Singapore’s emerging LGBTI community, and learn what life and the scene is really like on the island were gay sex is still against the law

We meet Hiro Mizuhara, a young leading light of Singapore’s emerging LGBTI community, and learn what life and the scene is really like on the island were gay sex is still against the law

Delta state governor Emmanuel Uduaghan has used an Easter address to warn that a gay cult of teenagers called ‘Yansh’ is operating in his state

But Franklin Graham says unlike gays, he has repented and turned away from his sins

Was TV personality was mocking gay coming out process by tweeting: 'I'm hereby proclaiming my heterosexuality!'

But director Ryan Murphy convinced the playwright that Bomer 'felt the ghosts' depicted in AIDS drama

'Learning doesn't always happen in a moment and we have to continue to have the difficult conversations'

Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, coming off hugely successful 2014 show, will produce for third consecutive year

Rainier Beach United Methodist church in Seattle stood by Geoffrey McGrath when he got fired for being gay, now the Boy Scouts of America want nothing to do with them

The gay US actor clarifies he was in character when he swore at a heckler during his Broadway performance 

Trans actress is enjoying support from her fans who are determined to get her to the top of the online poll ahead of Time magazine’s 100 issue

India’s Naz Foundation is appealing to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India over the criminalization of homosexuality - hoping a recent court ruling that recognized transgender people as a third legal gender will make their case stronger

New research published by Pew Research has found that Catholic Spain has the lowest rate of moral disapproval of homosexuality of any of the 40 countries they surveyed

‘Compared to What: The Improbable Journey of Barney Frank,’ will premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this month and executive producer Alec Baldwin will host a Q&A session with the retired openly gay lawmaker at the screening