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
These nine companies launched and operated by LGBTI individuals are brands we think should be on your radar if they aren't already
Whether you’re after eye candy or inspiring representations of same-sex couples, these calendars are a mix of the steamiest, cutest and most fun for next year
Adam Shankman's special tree, Cheyenne Jackson snowed in, and Alex Newell with his dad
Some want snow, some want sunshine - all want family
GSN looks at 11 individuals, from A-list celebrities to high school students, who stepped out of the closet and into the spotlight in 2013
Out of all the anti-gay politicians, priests, professors and preachers we encountered this year, which was the biggest bigot of 2013?
Letters, videos and hilarious mishaps make up this year's must-see stories
Edith Windsor, the Pope and Barack Obama head up our list of heroes for the LGBTI community in 2013
The controversial penal code 377 was reinstated in India last week and protestors worldwide came out in force to show their disapproval on Sunday
With many award-winning offerings, 2013 saw an explosion of talent in LGBTI films
'Muggle' version of fictional sport is gaining traction, and is LGBTI-inclusive
Interior. Leather Bar saw James Franco and fellow director Travis Mathews having to get serious actors to have real gay sex on screen
Even if you think you know it all, you’ll be shocked by the myths about the virus and the real truth behind the lies
As Hannukah begins, here is a countdown of celebrities, politicians, activists and comedians who have the best of both worlds
Tells GSN: 'That would be huge because being such a small film, it would help us reach so many'
For Transgender Day of Remembrance, we remember the horrific tragedies that led to the deaths of trans victims worldwide
Gay Star News readers were asked next what the most common or ridiculous questions bisexuals get, and the results are a must-see
Companies you have never heard of are busy blacklisting LGBTI websites – and in doing so they may be breaking equality laws
Tells GSN: 'I couldn't be happier and more content with being able to live an authentic and genuine life'
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