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Matthew Hodson, of UK-based gay men’s health charity, GMFA, explains why those who condemn PrEP medication need to appreciate the valuable role it can play in preventing HIV infections

The a capella comedy sequel is being attacked for being racist, homophobic and sexist. But is it?

HIV expert Lucy Maroncha says the laws in Kenya are only leading to an increase of HIV cases

As IDAHOT approaches, Ugandan gay rights activist Tony Kitara reflects on the past, present and future of homophobia in his country

With society and the law against us, we can only protect ourselves

Is this about antique morality or thinly disguised hatred of LGBTI people? Jane Fae asks the big question to Britain's far-right party

‘His reaction to being caught red-handed was to launch himself at me, pinning me by my neck’

New books by Barney Frank and Michelangelo Signorile show our past struggles and a path to future victory

And why celibacy is not the answer either

Matthew Hodson, of UK-based gay men’s health charity, GMFA, explains why arguments for not having sex with gay men who are HIV positive make little sense – and could actually pose a danger for those who are HIV negative

Christian pastor John Pavlovitz has an Easter message ‘to all those fighting non-existent wars’: the gay community are not battling religion, but against discrimination

For Trans Visibility Day, Lola Olson questions what do you do when you identify as agender in a male/female world?

Straight people posting on a gay confessions page may have been in the wrong but LGBTI reactions were heterophobic

Justin Kelly, the director of I Am Michael movie that stars James Franco and Zachary Quinto, argues anti-gay activist Michael Glatze should not be vilified

Respectful documentary enables the man who became Todd Tomorrow to share his memories of being a closeted gay star during Hollywood's golden years.

Read our review of the eagerly awaited LGBTI documentary The Year We Thought About Love

From the archives of the Athletic Model Guild comes a unique insight into today's gay identity

BFI Flare festival in London continues – presenting LGBTI movies from around the world

The surprising facts prove we have bigger things to worry about

Perverting the Constitution and religious freedom

The BFI's Flare Film Festival in London will open with new film starring James Franco and Zachary Quinto

Presented as part of the BFI's Flare Festival, 54 has been vastly improved in this restored version and has us dreaming of Ryan Phillippe

The London theatre that champions contemporary dance continues to support emerging artists.

Do we need Soviet-style spies in our restrooms?

Open letter to the US florist who refused to provide flowers for a same-sex marriage ceremony and the doctor who turned away a child with lesbian moms

She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry shows The Women’s Movement were in no way united, with races and sexualities clashing

A trawl of Indian social media shows a darker side to our demands for equality