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The luxurious ‘Milan O Man’ package by the Principe di Savoia hotel includes fizzy on arrival, a masseur and a city guide for gay couples looking for a few unforgettable days in the fashion and design capital of the world

The luxurious ‘Milan O Man’ package by the Principe di Savoia hotel includes fizzy on arrival, a masseur and a city guide for gay couples looking for a few unforgettable days in the fashion and design capital of the world

Gay Olympic diver is skydiving and bungee jumping in order to spread awareness and raise money for The Brain Tumour Charity - the cancer his father died of in 2011

British assistant head teacher was ousted after religious parents complained about him trying to tackle homophobic bullying in primary schools

At least 17 gay people, with the majority of them being under the age of 25, have attempted to kill themselves over Uganda parliament introducing the anti-gay law

Far-right Christian author Linda Harvey has blamed gay teens for running away from ‘heart-broken’ homophobic parents who want to control their lives – saying they only have themselves to blame for their homelessness

Kuwaiti MP Hamdan Al Azimi, who earlier this month called for the police to raid gay people in their homes has said he is willing to meet with homosexuals who want ‘solutions for their issues.’

Notorious US anti-gay pastor Scott Lively has claimed the gay community dropped the pink triangle in favor of the rainbow pride flag because of his book the Pink Swastika which claims the Nazi Party was a homosexual organization

New Thai HIV campaign TestBKK is targeting men who have sex with men to get more gay Thai men to know their HIV status in the capital Bangkok

'If you're going to work in this salon, you've got to watch Game of Thrones'

'This is just the most open and blatant example of the new fascism...'

Work and Pensions Secretary Ian Duncan Smith said Culture Secretary Maria Miller’s support for gay marriage is partly to blame for the expenses row backlash from ‘bitter’ Conservative MPs

X Factor UK winner James Arthur has been dropped from his record label, it has been claimed, following a series of controversies including a homophobic rap track that was released in November last year

The four – among other 28 other candidates – signed a protocol prepared by a gay rights group to undertake to protect and improve gay rights, and partner with LGBT associations and promote anti-discrimination measures

A helpline set up to allow UK muslims to report prejudiced attacks has been described as deliberately provocative after it invited gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell to become a patron

Well known gay supporters including filmmaker Onir have withdrawn their support of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for failing include its support of decriminalizing same-sex relations

'While many governments and well-meaning individuals have redefined marriage, the Lord has not'

Suspect allegedly set the home of the lesbians afire with them, and their eight children, sleeping inside

Bill Maher discussed the resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich during on online segment of his HBO talk show Real Time, saying ‘I think there is a gay mafia. I think if you cross them, you do get whacked’

Bill Schuette, Michigan Attorney General, has filed a request for an en banc hearing of his challenge against the federal ruling that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional

Karina Villarroel and Soledad Ortiz will become the first lesbian married couple to have their child baptized in the Catholic faith today, with Argentininian President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner agreeing to act as godmother

Brendan Eich's abrupt departure from Mozilla has stirred debate in the international media about how far corporate leaders are allowed to go in expressing their political views

Stateless and stranded for six months after what was supposed to be a quick trip to Hong Kong to update her passport photograph results in her having to surrender her Colombian passport and becoming a refugee under the protection of the UN's refugee agency

Social Security Administration will no longer require additional legal scrutiny for claims made by transgender spouses

'Let's let people live their lives and do it the way they want to do it'

Ruling in case involving birth certificates of children will recognize same-sex marriages from other states

Ceremony between two men on daytime soap includes heartfelt speech by a great-grandmother

Authorities are alleged to have shut down the US-funded offices and interrogated one of the Ugandan citizens working there

If the Church of England announced support for same-sex marriage, it could lead to a 'massacre' of Christians in Nigeria, South Sudan and other African countries