GSN talks to Imma Battaglia, just elected as a Rome city councillor, who angered Pope John Paul II in 2000 by hosting a 'weird' World Pride
New exhibition weighs in on marriage equality and poses some challenging questions for gay men and lesbians
GSN meets the tattoo artist inking the world’s celebrities
LGBT Iranians comment on today's election but with real power held by a religious and military elite and no candidates interested in easing the persecution they face, they say it can only get worse, not better
Gay Star News talks to gay Senator Sergio Lo Giudice from Partito Democratico, as sources suggest a compromise of registered partnerships could be on the cards
Joy and emotion marks weekend Finish Line Ceremony in LA
Mark Takano tells GSN: 'We've done a remarkable job of transforming how people feel about us'
Lesbian and bisexual women urged to come forward for HPV testing and not to take no for an answer from healthcare professionals
Mayor Abbe Land: 'I want to thank you in advance for all the fun you will have and all the money you will spend'
'He comes first and then everything else tries to fit into my life and schedule'
From lords who say gay marriage persecutes Christians to those who argue it's good for business, the debate comes to the UK's House of Lords today
Golden Boy, a new novel about an intersex teenager, is quickly becoming a critics’ favorite. We chatted with its young author, Abigail Tarttelin, about the issues it addresses
GSN meets the young gay businessman who has created a new line of food for the health-conscious
Multi-sport tournament Tournoi International de Paris celebrates its 10th year in style
In an interview with Gay Star News, writer Jeff Chu takes on Dan Savage and gays who hate gay Christians
The European Song Contest reaches an epic conclusion with not one, but two gay kisses, and an appearance by Bonnie Tyler
GSN meet Australian LGBT swimming club the Wett Ones
GSN meets one of Europe’s leading champions for LGBT equality who argues gay and trans citizens need the European unity more than ever
'It's good that something so tragic led to something that's positive'
Vampires, the Salvation Army and a lesbian kiss... it's the Eurovision semi-finals part two!
We meet a Harley Medical Group nurse to learn more about the most popular surgical procedures and why they are a life-changer, not a quick fix
Rapping astronauts, falling birds, disco balls and half-naked male dancers… it’s time for Eurovision Semi-Final One
Gay Star News speaks to the editor of I Will Survive, a new book of stories of triumph over bullying, domestic abuse and depression by LGBT people in Singapore
As Sweden hosts the Eurovision Song Contest, their entry to the tournament, Robin Stjernberg tells us he's a straight guy who kisses his gay mates
Finland’s entry to this year’s European singing contest has created a storm with its catchy beat and open support for same-sex marriage
On Saturday (18 May) approximately 100 million people around the world will watch the Eurovision Song Contest. But what if you have no idea what's going on?
GSN meets Helsinki’s gay power couple – from politics, to clubbing, to Mr Gay Finland
A group of community leaders meet in South London’s clubbing district Vauxhall to discuss the drug GHB, and its relationship to clubbing and the gay community
Gay Star News talks to Miyuki Baker about her world travels in search of queer artists and activists
GSN celebrates Star Wars Day looking at moments in the franchise which might raise a few eyebrows if you look at them differently
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