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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

Sponsored feature: We meet the gay interiors expert transforming homes across London to learn some top tips and get advice on the latest trends

LGBT soccer club in Philadelphia takes a leading role in the fight against HIV

LGBT sports organizations around the world continue to play a key role in eliminating homophobia from sport

LGBT sports organization confident that homophobia in sport is ‘not really an issue’ in Australia

LGBT football association throws its weight behind calls for FIFA to investigate claims that Nigeria is actively excluding lesbians from the women’s team

The founder of Mongolia's first LGBT rights organization, Mongolian LGBT Centre, talks to Gay Star News

Ahead of his coverage on Eurovision for BBC3, gay Radio One DJ Scott Mills tells GSN he wants to see former Sun glamor model Samantha Fox, sing in the competition for the UK in 2014

In a new interview, the director of a LGBT web drama making waves online shares his opinion on the importance of representing London's diverse gay culture

Straight Green party senator John Sudarksy has emerged as a champion of LGBT equality and talks about why he thinks it unlikely Colombia’s Senate will say ‘I do’ to gay marriage

Sponsored feature: New housing development Central Park in Greenwich offers high-quality apartments, innovative green credentials and access to great culture, bars, cafés and restaurants

GSN practices our ‘spirit fingers’ with San Francisco’s LGBT cheer squad and find out how they have raised $250,000 for good causes

GSN speaks with Team Melbourne – the LGBT sports organization taking a leading role in achieving equality in sport

GSN speaks to the stars of a new documentary about real life men that share their name with Hollywood’s most iconic womanizer

GSN meets an Ibiza-based brand strategist, our new dream job

Following hurtful media coverage, a new project based in the UK aims to show trans people they are loved

We find out how Britain’s leading gay nightclub owner, Jeremy Joseph, hopes to raise a quarter million for Elton John AIDS Foundation with his London Marathon run

Wilson Cruz: 'We recognize ourselves in her’

GSN meets the team from LGBT organization Rosa Letzebuerg and learns about their hopes for full marriage and adoption rights as well as their pride plans

Two lesbians travel to Mongolia to meet LGBT people and interview Anaraa Nyamdorj, a trans man instrumental in building an emerging community together

Sunil Pant has come along way from not even knowing the word for gay before he was twenty to getting LGBTI rights recognized by the Supreme Court in Nepal, and he's not going to let current troubles hold him back