A song encouraging you to kiss girls or boys is changing country music and promoting a message of individuality and acceptance to its hesitant fans
Russian president, who is involved in the Ukraine crisis and approves the country's homophobic laws, is nominated for the million-dollar prize
You can help choose the 2014 European Diversity Awards as nominations open at a reception in Madrid
The Grammy-grabbing salsa queen and the Dirty Dancing choreographer will lead the 13 April parade, expected to attract nearly 100,000 attendees
Researchers have found that monthly injections of antiretroviral drugs prevented the spread of HIV between infected and uninfected monkeys and are hopeful a similar approach will work in humans
Two gay and bisexual candidates with Holland’s D66 party have turned to Grindr to seek the support of the LGBTI community in municipal elections later this month
The study includes 'gene editing,' a treatment where a gene is focused on and disabled
LGBTI Republican group the Log Cabin Republicans won’t be attending this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) after they were denied any formal participation as a group
Israeli prosecutors are considering charging the key witness in the Tel Aviv gay youth center shooting trial with perjury after their case against the main suspect collapsed
Says one plaintiff: 'As much as I love this state, it is frustrating to be treated differently by the government because of who I love'
Democratic lawmaker inspired to come out publicly following controversy surrounding vetoed anti-gay bill
Governor Pat Quinn: 'Nobody should have to wait for equal rights when it comes to love'
But head of Catholic church reiterates ;marriage is between a man and a woman'
Host is seen saying to writers of now legendary all-star selfie: 'I really hope everyone jumps in this picture'
Would shutting down gay saunas be the start of a slippery slope which could lead to re-criminalization of consensual sex and self-loathing among LGBTI people?
Gay rights campaigners worked together with primary school teachers to deliver four stories that can teach kids about LGB issues
The island of Madeira comes alive during carnival season, an annual event celebrating the last days before Lent with typical drinks and dances that last for days on end
Referee was told by angry football fan he was a 'poof' who only took on the job to 'watch boys in tight shorts'
Larry Tomczak claims that when people 'choose' a gay lifestyle, God punishes their bodies with a 'penalty'
International aid minister condemns recently passed legislation in the African country punishing gay people with life in jail
Government calls the oversight 'slightly embarrassing' and is working to get it fixed with new legislation
Channel 4 will be celebrating the first gay couples to get legally married in England and Wales
A new film will take a snapshot of the gay world through the eyes of 20-somethings in the hope of changing hearts and minds
While disagreeing with a colleague who believed Britain's floods should be blamed on gay marriage, a European Parliament hopeful thinks business owners should be able to turn away LGBTs and women
A Lebanese judge has found that a transgender woman’s relationship with a man does not constitute ‘unnatural sexual intercourse’ in a further blow to the criminalization of LGBTI people in the majority Muslim nation
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper has announced his support for same-sex marriage a year after signing civil unions for same-sex couples into law
Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway has refused to defend his state’s ban on same-sex marriage that a court struck down so Governor Steve Beshear is going to hire lawyers of his own to appeal it
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany has voted to allow pastors in committed same-sex relationships to share church residences with their partners
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