After three days in police custody in Cameroon, two men arrested for wearing feminine attire released yesterday, but their daily life remains a nightmare
But he takes issue with Bill O'Reilly's characterization of gay marriage opponents as 'bible thumpers'
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, prime minister of Turkey, is to take case of nine-year-old Yunus to European Court of Human Rights
'It is very important for us to remember that we're a nation where everybody is supposed to be equal before the law'
Saudi Arabia's religious police arrested an editor of a well known daily who was allegedly preparing to attend a 'gay party'
Goodluck Jonathan has pardoned a former military officer who was sentenced for sodomizing four teen boys
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, prime minister of Turkey objected to a lesbian couple adopting a boy, saying it was against the ‘culture of Islam’
After the Russian president banned all US citizens from adopting orphans, he now wants the government to prepare to prohibit all foreign gay couples
LGBT youth in Singapore meet Cason Crane before he heads to Everest, his sixth mountian
Same-sex marriage could be debated again in Tasmanian parliament, after a narrow defeat of a bill in the Upper House last year
Ruben Diaz Jr: says decision 'comes after years of thought and reflection on the issue'
Gay people are waging ‘war’ on ‘God’ and ‘nature’ using stealth psychology thourgh the media, says hate preacher on US radio
'I think the justices were gentle … I didn’t feel any hostility'
Ruth Bader Ginsburg says law is like telling states there is 'full marriage and skim milk marriage'
Over 200,000 people have signed a petition urging the Daily Mail to sack columnist Richard Littlejohn for his anti-trans remarks
Cameroon has re-arrested two men who were previously acquitted for appearing 'gay' due to drinking Bailey's Irish liqueur
A bill forcing people with HIV or AIDS to be possibly isolated from society could be passed by Kansas government
Judge Antonin Scalia, who has compared his feelings about homosexuality to murder, is ruling on the US marriage equality cases
Stonewall Cymru has joined with LGBT filmmakers the Iris Prize to celebrate its 10th anniversary with films following the lives of welsh gay people
Frank Voreqe Bainimarama, Fiji’s prime minister, said that he would not allow gay marriage to figure in the country’s new constitution
Poll from The New Zealand Herald shows that 48% of respondents oppose gay marriage, up from 40.5% last June
Police commissioner Darren Hine commits to strategic task group to tackle violence and discrimination against LGBTI people
Press self-regulating body rejects 800 complaints about a column that referred to trans people as 'dicks in chicks'
IRL, Estonia’s main conservative party says it apologizes for making gays feel ‘uncomfortable’ with being called ‘deviant’ and ‘sick’
Leaves just 10 Democrats in US Senate not endorsing marriage equality
'We'll see a very reasoned decision coming out of this court'
Syktyvkar's authorities, capital of Russia's republic of Komi, have banned a gay pride march as it ‘promoted homosexuality’, while its organizer was badly beaten
Say proponents did not offer defense for 'the awful discrimination' of California gay marriage ban
Antonin Scalia: 'When did it become unconstitutional to exclude homosexual couples from marriage?'
It is unlikely a decision will be reached on marriage equality, with eight judges evenly split and deciding vote Justice Kennedy in favor of throwing out the case
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