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The man's partner shot his mother first for opposing their relationship

The 69-year-old will spend the next four months sleeping on the floor of an overcrowded cell

Teenager Eric Martin allegedly was harassed with anti-gay slurs

If elected, Michaud will become the first openly gay governor in US history

Aaron and Melissa Klein refused to make the cake for 'religious reasons', and now face bankruptcy for discrimination

Organizers are asking people to use Twitter hashtags #StandForEgyptLGBT and #SolidarityWithEgyptLGBT to voice their support ahead of coordinated protests outside Egyptian embassies worldwide

Founder of mosque says petrol and oil were used, claims vandals are to blame for the attack

Oral arguments for the case will be heard at the end of October

Uganda President Museveni says he still wants to persecute gays, but not if the African country loses money through lack of foreign trade because of it 

The person accused of homophobic acts will have to prove his or her innocence, rather than being presumed innocent until proven guilty as is usually the case

The former world champion, who appeared in Mark Wahlberg's No Mercy music video in 1995 as himself, is said to be a 'surprising' but 'perfect' person to emerge as a gay rights advocate in conservative Poland

Victim was trying to run from three men when she was shot point blank in the head

ACLU of Missouri: 'This is a personal win for our 10 courageous couples'

Presently the incident is not being investigated as a hate crime

'I know when, but I’m not going to tell you,' he tells audience during appearance in Colorado

Residents and merchants of Coronado have banded together for event with mayor officiating

Couple feels sorry for group 'who believed it was OK, cool, maybe even funny, to use two innocent individuals as their punching bags'

Some angry gay men feel like their privacy has been violated and are seeking legal action

London 2012 Olympian Greg Rutherford has spoken openly in support for his friend

LGBTI advocacy groups are very concerned about the new proposals

The girls deny the allegation and say they were beaten by their principals

More than 30 musicians claim the company 'offended the honor and dignity' of the composer in the poster

'The judge will listen to both sides and determine if there is enough to hold them to trial'

The men were the first to be arrested on homosexuality charges in seven months

April Ashley MBE, one of the UK’s first openly transgender people, wins Lifetime Achievement honor

School officials cite size of rainbow flags on fliers among other quibbles

US high court is staying silent on same-sex marriage as anxious Americans wait to hear their decision on whether they will accept or reject the issue

Local police have now agreed to work together in order to try and put a stop to the hellish campaign

Gay MP Chris Bryant has called for David Cameron to sack Matt Hancock for the 'vile tweet'