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Muslim group calls for a boycott of AmBank over its ties with a gay-friendly US bank

'We are thrilled she will be joining the White House team and look forward to working with her on important issues in our ongoing fight for full equality'

State's governor and attorney general vow to continue legal fight to uphold ban

Police do not know if it was murder or suicide

Qatar's sports minister promises 'creative solutions', but can he guarantee safety?

Less than 5 per cent seek help from formal institutions

Study finds only 1 per cent are out to their fathers

Benjy the bull hopes to see out his days in an English animal sanctuary

New South Wales follows Queensland and Tasmania

Stays decision for one week so no licenses will be issued to same-sex couples before then

Police want to speak to a man in his early 20s in connection with a serious assault

Jehovah's Witness leader Anthony Morris III is very interested in the consequences of having a tightness in the crotchal area

Maxim Martsinkevich, known as 'Machete', will now be out of jail in under three years

LGBTI groups say the conservative city government is trying to weaken freedom of speech

Georgian police are investigating the murder of a 25-year-old transgender woman in the capital Tblisi, and her apartment was torched after her death, but it remains to be seen whether they treat it as a hate crime

Religious authorities say only 15 to 20 participants rejected their advice

More than 70 per cent of the city's LGBTI employees are not out at work

‘I’m not gay no more; I like women, women, women’

Pacific nation bans gay sex and marriage

Milan Rozsa, who made headlines in February when he climbed into the grounds of the Russian embassy in Budapest to protest Russia’s treatment of LGBTIs, has died after stepping in front of a train in an apparent suicide

Arrests were made in the Muslim north where gay sex is punishable with death by stoning

Hijras cannot inherit property in the conservative Muslim country

High court grants emergency stay requested by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt

Hijras mark one year since the country recognized them as a third gender

'Anyone who would walk alongside and then encourage that person’s values systems and their beliefs and bring that in alignment, that is like blasphemous to the other side'

Statue was labled 'homosexual propaganda' after Jobs' successor, Tim Cook, came out publicly as gay

LGBTI business summit in London hears legal and medical professions are struggling with diversity