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GSN catches up with leading LGBT advocates Pride Sports

GSN meets the Gay and Lesbian Tennis Association to find out about its clubs and tournaments across six continents

GSN meets the European Gay and Lesbian Sport Federation who are playing a leading role in fighting homophobia

As the cardinals start to gather for the conclave to elect the next pope, we give a run-down of the top popefuls and find a bleak picture on LGBT issues

GSN meets one of Canada’s leading LGBT sports organizations

Gay Star News chats to the Emmy and Tony award-winning star about her upcoming shows in the UK

GSN pulls on our posing pouch and oils up for an encounter with our latest LGBT sports organization

GSN meets the LGBT sports organization of Brazil, based in São Paulo

We meet Baylen Leonard, from Bristol, Tennessee, to discover how he is bringing country music to London’s gay scene

GSN meets the Olympian who now represents the swimmers of Australia

GSN hits the mat with Wrestlers WithOut Borders – the guys that make a lycra onesy look tough

We meet the LGBT multi-sports organization from the US state of Delaware as they plan ahead for the Gay Games in 2014

GSN meets Andrew Christian, the designer who brought gay men underwear that lifts and separates

A transgender man who was tried for the murder of his wife in 1920 in Sydney suffered a 'terrible injustice' says the author of a new book

From simple procedures like botox and laser hair removal to breast enhancement, we ask a nurse why LGBT people are seeking cosmetic treatments to boost their confidence

The organizers of Commonwealth Games are keen to tap into the value that can be created by the LGBT community

'I wasn't going to be up there and be famous and go, 'Oh, I'm not gay''

His movie Keep the Lights On is up for four awards on Saturday

Marc Friedland: ‘I thought it merited some iconic stature’

He died 30 years ago but he is still alive in the Italian LGBT people's memories and in the Circolo Mario Mieli association's activities

Alan Turing is now famous as a gay war hero and the father of computing, but the events leading up to his suicide are less well known

Gay Star News interviews the director of Intersexion, a new film that tells the story of the one in 2,000 newborn babies who don't fit neatly into a pink or blue crib

GSN profiles LGBT aquatics club Northern Wave in north west England and finds they are diving in to a range of events

As more countries vote in favor of same-sex marriage, we asked our readers to tell us their most romantic stories

After ten intense years of human rights work in London and Hong Kong, Mark Allison now runs a healing and coaching practice in Pai, a small town in the mountains of northern Thailand

19 members of parliament will now meet in committee to decide on each aspect of the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill

Place your bets on who will be the next Pope. But more important than the winner is the direction they will take the church, including on LGBT issues

GSN previews the 2013 London LGBT swimming competition

GSN meets the team at Rainbow House in the capital of Belgium