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'It's a really important time for what we think everyone needs, which is a space to grieve and to respect the six members of our community that died on MH17'

The suspect allegedly used a gay dating smart phone app to arrange a meeting with one of the victims

Colleen Simon, who worked in the food pantry and helped the homeless, was sacked after marrying a woman

The trans-inclusive policy is the first of it's kind in North America

LGBTs in Turkey hail the Supreme Court's confirmation that a news article calling gays 'perverts' constitutes hate speech

'These were men and women who had dedicated their own lives to saving the lives of others and they were taken from us in a senseless act of violence,' says Obama

The data used span a decade, making this a larger and longer trend examination than any previous report

Campaigners are worried the new club may see a rise in anti-gay attacks in the LGBTI district

As protests by the public and boycotts by writers escalate, minister who earlier defended the decision now orders two children's books to be moved to adult section of library

Same three-judge panel from US Court of Appeals ruled last month that Utah's ban was unconstitutional

Same-sex marriages were conducted in Utah from 2013 December to 2014 January, a 17 day window

Couples required to show in-state marriage license to rent atrium, rotunda, porches or plaza

Will protect employees of federal contractors from discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity

Top female sprinter banned from competing in Commonwealth Games. Raises issue of intersex competitive sport ban

Citing fears for their safety, and the welfare of their teenage son, the couple wants to live in a country where they will not be persecuted against because of their sexuality

After the major of Salem in the USA banned an anti-gay school from using the town hall, she was flooded with anti-LGBTI phone calls

Opera singer Tamar Iveri was let go by Opera Australia and La Monnaie opera company of Brussels after a homophobic post appeared on her Facebook account, but she is now planning a charity concert for LGBTI rights in the Georgian capital

Bee Fiarse said he is ‘totally and utterly flabbergasted’ by what happened, describing the producers as ‘prejudiced’

It has been revealed that Singapore has banned a 2012 issue of Archie comics which depicts the marriage of the popular series’ first gay character Kevin Keller

Jack Renshaw refuses to see the argument - that being gay is completely natural - staring at him in the face

It has been claimed that around 100 of the passengers on Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 were HIV experts traveling to the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia

The victim is the sibling of Reggie Bullock, a player in the National Basketball Association

Case marks 25th consecutive legal victory for marriage equality since US Supreme Court gutted DOMA last year

'The way I see it, my responsibility at this moment in history is to stand up for everybody out there who wants nothing more than to be themselves openly'

‘Sexual orientation is not in itself a risk' - Gay rights activists are calling for all lifelong bans on gay and bisexual men donating blood to be lifted

Family members and religious leaders were the most likely to discriminate against gay, lesbian and bisexual people, according to the study

Voz Workers' Rights Education lost a $75,000 grant from the US Catholic Campaign for Human Development as the church said they had ‘self-disqualified’ themselves from receiving funding by refusing to cut ties with a Latino civil rights group that supports same-sex marriage

Australian government minister Kevin Andrews will open and close the World Congress of Families next month after it had to be moved from Russia after conflict broke out in the Ukraine

European Court of Human Rights: Countries without gay marriage laws are not obligated to marry same-sex couples if one of the partners is transgender