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Pacific nation bans gay sex and marriage

Milan Rozsa, who made headlines in February when he climbed into the grounds of the Russian embassy in Budapest to protest Russia’s treatment of LGBTIs, has died after stepping in front of a train in an apparent suicide

Arrests were made in the Muslim north where gay sex is punishable with death by stoning

Hijras cannot inherit property in the conservative Muslim country

High court grants emergency stay requested by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt

Hijras mark one year since the country recognized them as a third gender

Takei says of Hunter: 'He was blond and gorgeous ... he was a dreamboat'

'Anyone who would walk alongside and then encourage that person’s values systems and their beliefs and bring that in alignment, that is like blasphemous to the other side'

Star of new sitcom The McCarthys spent years trying to avoid the family business

Singer-actor has flashed his abs at gay club and more to promote his new album

Statue was labled 'homosexual propaganda' after Jobs' successor, Tim Cook, came out publicly as gay

LGBTI business summit in London hears legal and medical professions are struggling with diversity

Kees van Baar, human rights ambassador for the Netherlands, wants to work with corporates to improve life for LGBTIs around world

But the Medical Defence Union appears to be changing for the better

'Boom Clap' singer says she will never go back to Uganda

The courageous kid raps about the day he told his mom ‘this girl is your son’

The courageous kid raps about the day he told his mom ‘this girl is your son’

The courageous kid raps about the day he told his mom ‘this girl is your son’

Top banks and financial services firms unite for summit on LGBTI issues in London

Nearly 9 in 10 teachers say homophobic bullying happens in their schools

Some are not happy that the family friendly brand is supporting Pride

Marchers were banned from dressing indecently, dancing and smoking in the conservative Indian city

Survey finds Hong Kong people hold 'generally favorable' views of LGBTI people

Court found a state ban on cross-dressing unconstitutional

The Rocky Mountain Knights wants to be a fraternal society that all Americans can take part in so that they can join forces in resisting the ‘New World Order’ and ‘one-world-government’ though other Klansmen disagree with the move

Laotian runner-up sparks third gender debate in her Communist country

Transgender bride cannot change her gender on offical documents so the union is legal

'What would it mean to grandchildren to have present at a family gathering a family member who is living (in) a disordered relationship with another person?'

In 2012 Ahmed handed out pamphlets with titles such as ‘Turn or Burn’ and ‘The Death Penalty,' which showed an image of a mannequin hanging from a noose