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Reubs Walsh, the NUS LGBT Campaign’s Trans rep, speaks on what we all have to remember about the injustices trans people face

Lola Olson, non-binary activist, shares who they will be thinking of when they look into the candleflame

For many in the Middle East, Turkey is a safe haven for LGBTI people. But the gay and trans population still faces great hatred and real danger

Take Romas Zabarauskas’ test and see how you score

Read our review of the eagerly awaited Alan Turing biopic

What happened after Pastor John Pavlovitz told the world what he promised to do if his kids were gay

Ahead of the UK”s Anti-Bullying Week, teacher Allie George says that even kids who normally recognize homophobia can still sometimes use inappropriate language

Thousands attended the funeral of Boston’s greatest mayor and a powerful ally for LGBTI citizens of all ethnicities and backgrounds

The NFL’s treatment of Michael Sam is a warning to gay athletes that coming out can still harm your career – particularly in team sports

Changing the world means challenging normality, not conforming to it, says indie director Romas Zabarauskas. Plus he’s got great abs

Will the universe’s most famous Time Lord transition to female? And if the next Doctor is a woman, what does that mean for the trans community?

This heartwarming story about a little boy named Grayson with a life-threatening disease and his two awesome dads will make you cry

West Africans are facing discrimination despite not being infected with Ebola, in an echo of the early days of the AIDS crisis in the US

A dad gives anti-gay Christians a six-point plan to help them deal with their fears over same-sex marriage equality

Helen Belcher, trans activist, is considering legal action against firms that filter out LGBTI content

Nathan Gale, of Scottish Transgender Alliance, explains why trans people will be free from the 'spousal veto'

Edwin Sesange, Uganda gay rights activist, refutes claims the disease outbreak has anything to do with homosexuality

The latest episode, 'The Cissy', opens up a discussion on gender identity

Reflecting on ABC’s latest comedy show, Rev. Irene Monroe thinks there’s a fine line to tread between reflecting reality and causing offence…

Jane Fae reflects on the trial of the millionaire Shrien Dewani, accused of murdering his wife on their honeymoon

Elly Barnes, CEO and Founder of the UK’s Educate & Celebrate organization, says that the decision whether the come out or not remains a pressing concern for LGBT teachers today

Jane Fae takes on web filters, calling out the UK government for using a filtering system that does not comply with UK equality law

Grandmother demands libraries stock books that don’t exist to balance literature supporting LGBTI families

Joan Rivers was a champion for women and gay rights but her comedy recognized no no-go subjects

The ‘gay’ chair, the child called ‘it’, the girl hit with a softball bat and the kids who think it’s ok to use anti-LGBTI language as long as it’s to their friends

In an exclusive piece for Gay Star News, UK Minister for Women and Equalities Nicky Morgan explains why the commitment to equality cannot end at Britain’s shores

Openly gay athlete Chris Morgan looks into the challenges faced by Michael Sam as he is dropped by the St Louis Rams