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‘Even though I was playing an openly gay character, we thought we might want to keep the mystery of what I do behind closed doors'

Gay 'Star Trek' actor will play the former boyfriend of Michael Glatze - the man who went from gay mag editor to 'ex-gay' pastor

Eastern European country's parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favor to give gay couples the right to enter into life partnerships

Nick Boles will be given a position in Business, Education and lead the implementation of same-sex marriage

At least three men are still serving up to 14 years in prison for homosexuality

Jamie Lambert, from Collabro, has said he wanted to speak out about it because it's important for gay people in the public eye to be out and open

Nicky Morgan has been promoted in the reshuffling of David Cameron's Conservative-Liberal Democrat cabinet

Singapore’s Court of Appeal will decide the fate of the country’s 76-year-old Section 377A anti-sodomy law this week, opening a two day hearing on Monday

Lithuanian lawmakers have voted to suspend a vote on a proposal that would ban ‘defilement of the traditional family’ in public spaces until they meet again after the summer break

The Rev. Charles Moore, 79, doused himself with gasoline and set himself alight in June to protest his church’s refusal to marry same-sex couples, prejudice against LGBTI people and other injustices in the world – hoping his death could make a change

An overwhelming number of Australians now want same-sex couples to be allowed to be legally married, the ruling Liberal Party’s own pollster of choice says

They both ponder such questions as 'What does it mean to be gay? How gay am I? Does my voice sound gay?''

Oscar producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron have optioned Rogers' story

Publisher Jon Goldwater: 'He could have saved Betty. He could have saved Veronica ... but metaphorically, by saving Kevin, a new Riverdale is born'

Christian Minard is one semester from completing her sports management degree at Southwestern Christian University

'I’m not going to, because these are opinions that I feel strongly about'

Last weekend, the sun came out for people of Jersey as they marched to demand same-sex marriage

Directors of Credence have launched an IndieGogo campaign to ‘challenge the way LGBT characters are portrayed’ on the big screen

In July 2009, Argentina became the first country in Latin America, the second-biggest in the Americas and tenth in the world legalize same-sex marriage

The country legend teased her gay fans by saying she has a dance song called ‘Just A Wee Bit Gay’

An American-born, British citizen says that what should have been a routine passport interview with UK officials turned into a half hour interrogation about his sexuality and fatherhood

An American-born, British citizen says that what should have been a routine passport interview with UK officials turned into a half hour interrogation about his sexuality and fatherhood

‘Comments such as those made last night are unacceptable and should not and will not be tolerated.’

Liberal Democrats Senator David Leyonhjelm has said that he would be willing to give the Australian Government his support for its reintroduction of Temporary Protection Visas for refugees if it allows its MPs a conscience vote on his gay marriage bill

Given a five-match ban for calling another player a ‘fucking fag,’ Leeds Rhinos full-back Zak Hardaker comes to Manchester’s Canal Street to meet with LGBT locals

76-year-old former social studies teacher Jim Gaylord, fired as a teacher for being gay in 1972, finally got an apology from Washington’s Tacoma School Board on Sunday

One of the world’s most popular sci-fi shows returns to the BBC on 23 August, with a new doctor played by Scottish actor Peter Capaldi, a returning companion and a supporting cast including lesbian heroine Madame Vastra

Activists from the extremist Hungarian nationalist Jobbik party were thwarted by organizers and police from marching in Budapest’s Pride March on Saturday – though one of their MPs managed to hang a homophobic banner out a window at the parliament

New polling finds 73% of the Czech people support same-sex relationships being given legal protection in the form of civil partnerships but support for same-sex marriage in the Central European country appears to be going backwards