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'For many years, there have been powerful voices condemning homosexual conduct as immoral, but the Court’s obligation in this case is not to determine or mandate a particular moral code, but rather "to define the liberty of all"'

'They deserve the right to equality, and the same respect and decency that other people have that are living right next door'

Today (12 October) marks the 16th anniversary of the death of Wyoming student, Matthew Shepard. His parents have spoken out about homophobia, hate, their son's death and the work of the Matthew Shepard Foundation

A campaigner for ‘psychic awareness’ has released video footage in which the husband and manager of British TV psychic Sally Morgan makes homophobic comments and threats of violence to him outside one of her shows

Activist warns: gay bashers will be able to buy .gay domains and 'any legitimate use of the name by individuals, businesses, and organizations associated with the LGBTQ community will likely be drowned in a sea of sex'

Dana Contreras, once ranked 5th most important LGBT person in tech, gets three years of probation after agreeing to a plea deal

'From what we’ve been told by witnesses, it appears … that it may be a robbery gone bad'

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

US Cardinal Raymond Burke’s comments came in an interview during the Pope’s Synod of the Family in Rome, in which he also commented on the ‘aggressiveness of the homosexual agenda’

Carl DeMaio, who could become the first openly gay Republican ever elected to the United States Congress, denies groping, harassing and masturbating in front of his former aide

One Johnson County couple was able to marry before Kansas Supreme Court blocked any more licenses being issued

Licenses issued after federal judge strikes down gay marriage ban

High court turns down state's request for a halt on marriages pending appeal

'Idaho is pro traditional marriage. And I am not going to do anything to put that in danger'

The Nevada city’s Marriage License Bureau says that it issued 40 licenses on the first day it was legally allowed to do so – with many couples rushing to tie the knot

Amnesty International is the latest organization to call upon the President of Chad, Idriss Deby, to scrap a homophobic bill that is currently passing through the Chad parliament

The rightwing, eurosceptic party UKIP continues to gain ground in the UK with the election of its first MP, Douglas Carswell, to Parliament

Green Party co-leader said Craig Colin thought 'a gay man's place is in the closet'

Neil Peng says Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou has a 'special relationship' with his closest aide

Government agencies, private offices and commercial establishments are required to have 'all gender' toilets

The British tourist was released earlier this week

Former Arkansas governor accuses party leadership of abdicating on the issue

Ruling comes after probate judge began issuing licenses to same-sex couples

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin urges residents to 'uphold our statewide tradition of treating one another with dignity and respect'

Is East Sussex council misleading people over their requirements to change their 'legal name'?

British gay diver revealed he will not be making any political statement against Russia's anti-gay laws when he travels there next year

A Primary School in the English town of Newhaven has introduced ‘gender neutral’ toilets for pupils in an effort to tackle transphobia

Google, Sky, BP and BBC are among the exhibitors looking to hire LGBTI employees at a job fair in London