'My younger siblings aren't married so (my mom) was so excited to buy a son-in-law card'
Inspired by Tumblr, we take a look at a phenomenon known as 'boyfriend twins'
As Amnesty appeals to people to make it part of their wedding celebrations, we share some of the inspiring work they are doing for LGBTI rights around the world
As lovers wanting to be part of history make the biggest commitment to each other, we thought we would give you a few tips for planning your own perfect wedding
Transphobic health workers mock their patients and even put their lives at risk through their negligence, report says
Jake Jenkins, nurse practitioner for LGBT services at 56 Dean Street, tells us why testing early for HIV can seriously improve our health
Seeing AIDS Quilt unfurled in Washington DC 27 years ago made him realize the world did not know the stories of those who died
He's Irish, he's gay and was one of the most intelligent men to have ever lived. Celebrate St Patrick's Day on 17 March by putting down the Guinness and picking up the poetry book
From boxing to poker, these lesbian, bisexual and transgender women are making a name for themselves not only as out athletes but by dominating in their sport
These women have all been great contributors to art, poetry, literature, film, and culture
Introducing the Dylan and Jack gay podcast, the newest take on LGBTI London from the eyes of two young freelance journalists
While several countries are considering cutting donor aid, gay rights activists say this is not the best option. But what can you do?
Nicole Bonamino, 22, is the first Italian sportsperson playing at the top level to come out. She tells GSN: 'I want a family and children'
The Anti-Homosexuality Bill was so controversial few saw it before it became law. Now we know what LGBTI Ugandans really have to face
Cher said no, and the world listened. From ballet demonstrations to national commercials, from tweets to open letters, here are the 14 ways the world came together for the Russian LGBTI community
We meet two of the UK’s most senior ‘straight allies’ in business and learn what motivates them about LGBTI issues
From Frank Ocean to Freddie Mercury, RuPaul to Josephine Baker, we celebrate our favorite gay, lesbian, bisexual and pansexual chart-toppers
After singing about getting an Irish red setter and moving to Moscow, all-gay-group Autoheart gets ready for Valentine's Day with a breakup song
Only .0028% of all the athletes competing at the Sochi Winter Games are openly LGBTI
Bisexual film star Alan Cumming’s Any Day Now sees him take on the role of dad to a disadvantaged kid. But the story about a gay family in the 70s raises issues still relevant today
Itay Hod believes closeted politicians with anti-gay voting records should be outed: 'I made it very clear as to who I was talking about'
The out actor opens up to Gay Star News about gay and straight roles
One of the world’s most gay-friendly countries also happens to have some of the most creative musical talent of this (and last) century
From suicides to shock therapy, survivors of the horrific practices done in the name of 'cures' share their experiences
She is portrayed by Judi Dench in film Philomena which has been nominated for a Best Picture Academy Award
ELEMENT Magazine lists its nominees for its first Asia Pink Awards, celebrating the businesses and individuals at the forefront of an LGBTI revolution
German Thomas Hitzlsperger joins the team of seven other men who have blazed the trail for homosexuality in soccer
From Miley Cyrus’s twerking to the Beliebers, there are some 2013 phenomena we hope we have seen the back of
It was an uphill battle in the struggle for LGBTI rights in Asia during 2013, with some small gains but also some major set backs
2013 saw many gains and set backs in the fight for LGBTI rights in Australia - GSN looks back on a year of struggle in the Great Southern Land
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