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See pictures from one of the first Prides of the year

See pictures from one of the first Prides of the year

'we offer our congratulations to the YES side on a hard won victory. This is their day, and they should enjoy it.’

Europe and Australia battle it at the biggest Eurovision Song Contest in history

Supporters of equality turned out in their hundreds of thousands

About 20 men disrupted an IDAHOT event last week shouting threats over the fence before breaking the lock on the gate and breaking through a door to enter the cafe

 Shoreline Church had tried to relegate ceremony to a side chapel

Franklin Graham blasts Robert Gates for wanting to end organization's ban on gay adults

Also jokes, deadpan, that he was drag queen in high school, 'experimented with ass play,' and was male prostitute

Duggar was head of lobbying arm of anti-gay Family Research Council

He has two year deal with The Montreal Alouettes who cite Sam's 'dignity, character, and heart'

Seattle's openly gay mayor said the city has 'no place for bigotry or harassment'

Ireland, we love you – vote yes!

Ireland, we love you – vote yes!

Ireland, we love you – vote yes!

His new album, The Original High, will be released on 16 June

Organizers insist on holding 'some kind of action' on 30 May, despite Moscow police dispersing any attempts at public meetings

Federal Supreme Court of Switzerland strikes down last year's ruling allowing both men to be registered as fathers

People travel from as far as Abu Dhabi and Bangkok to have their say in today's Marriage Equality Referendum

But which is it? Grindr? Scruff? GROWLr? Manhunt?

But which is it? Grindr? Scruff? GROWLr? Manhunt?

But which is it? Grindr? Scruff? GROWLr? Manhunt?

A report estimates that over $400million in ad revenue was placed with over a hundred LGBT media titles across the US in 2014

A report estimates that over $400million in ad revenue was placed with over a hundred LGBT media titles across the US in 2014

'With all due respect, there is no need to invite children aged six and eight.'