Police stop LGBT community from holding procession aimed at stopping homosexuality being a criminal offence
GSN teams up with London Gay Men’s Chorus and London Gay Big Band to spread the word about fighting homophobia and transphobia
Lesbians, young people and poorer people face highest levels of discrimination and harassment in survey of 27 EU members states plus Croatia
UK Culture Secretary and Equalities Minister Maria Miller says there will be a review into whether straight people will want a civil partnership
New figures claim 78 trans people have already been killed in 13 countries this year and 1,233 in 59 countries since January 2008
USA's first openly gay congressman and an 11-year-old transgender girl are among the award winners honored in this year's pride parade
Events in Burma, Thailand, the Philippines, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Singapore Vietnam and India for IDAHO
Gambia president, Ukraine MP and American legal center named in Human Rights Watch's IDAHO 2013 Hall of Shame
Lawyers take on campaign for same-sex marriage in world's most populous country
Current 53% level of support is essentially double the 27% in 1996
Finland's Krista Siegfrids kisses one of her female dancers after semifinal performance
Not a single Palestinian was invited to speak at a reception held by the US Embassy in Tel Aviv, Israel in honor of IDAHO
'Straight Pride UK' is calling for a march for heterosexuals against the England and Wales same-sex marriage bill
Gay activists are claiming Turkey's official television channel will not show the annual competition over Finland's entry standing up for marriage equality
LGBT citizens from Canada, UK, USA, Netherlands and Japan say homophobia is still rampant and they are uncomfortable to 'fully' come out
Kate Green MP, Britain’s Labour party spokesman on transgender issues, comments as trans campaigners meet politicians in parliament
UN leaders tell gay and trans people they are not alone and promise to fight for their rights
A new report by Amnesty International reveals homophobia reached endemic levels in Ukraine
Student, who identifies as a gay male, was told he could not campaign for the prom queen crown as it would be 'discriminating women'
Peter Tatchell criticizes UK Equalities Minister Maria Miller for opposing civil partnerships for straight couples, saying it amounts to discrimination
Liberal government of New South Wales says there hasn't been enough consultation on adding intersex as a protected group to anti-discrimination legislation
Same-sex wedding officially planned for 7 September, but won't be legally binding
YouTube video released for IDAHO (International Day Against homophobia and transphobia)
Nearly same percentage voted to pass anti-gay marriage amendment in 2006
‘I believe I have the liberty to live by my principles,’ baker says as she turns away a gay couple before their wedding
Roman Catholic Church confirms the disgraced former archbishop of St Andrews and Edinburgh will leave Scotland for 'prayer and penance'
Homophobic hate crimes peak in the run-up to the introduction of same-sex marriage in France.
Transgender Europe will launch a Trans Rights Europe Map and Index on International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia
London Catholic school denies calling a gay rights charity for help after a five-year-old called a student's shoes 'gay'
United Nations Secretary General features in video promising a ‘free and equal’ world for LGBT people and telling them they are not alone
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