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'However, the State urges that residents of Alaska possess the same fundamental right to retain the traditional definition of marriage'

‘Homos bully the poor and needy’ reads church sign erected by notorious anti-gay pastor James David Manning in Harlem

The recent row over Facebook’s name change policy has angered many LGBTI users, some of whom have now opted to sign up for an Ello account, prompting a surge in popularity of the social network

A lesbian employee, who racked up medical bills of more than $100,000 for her wife's ovarian cancer treatment before Walmart’s same-sex partner health benefits came in effect this year, is seeking past damages for medical expenses and emotional distress

The festival will run over two weekends in Taipei from Sep 26 to 30, and in Kaohsiung from Oct 3 to 7

'Philadelphia is known all over the world as a city that celebrates and values diversity and we will not allow a few thugs to tarnish that reputation'

After surviving a total of seven hostile amendments from Egypt, resolution passes 21-16 with seven abstentions

A 24-year-old was discovered by a passerby in park, lying half naked surrounded by bloody rocks and stones

Man arrested for gay sex faces three months to two years in prison

Young politician was campaigning in the streets of Macapá when he was hit on the side of his head by a large stone

Former UK Prime Minister has been named among such people as Barbra Streisand

'Stop persecuting homosexual people'

Activists scored the three candidates on their gay marriage stance, policies and recognition of LGBTI issues

The company was found guilty of 'advertising goods and services banned in Kazakhstan'

Earlier today, 25 September, Knott posted a bond of $50,000 (€39,000)

Lambda Legal hails Holder's leadership in the fight for federal recognition of same-sex marriage

'The sexual orientation of a person is just like the color of their skin'

A 16-year-old from South Dakota says he was so terrified of being fired for being gay he would do anything to keep his job

Gay rights activists say, even though the law has been upheld by the Constitutional Court, it could be the sign of change

Machinery teacher allowed other students to take pictures and tease his prank victim

A bill to recognize the hundreds of Australian gay couples who wed abroad was introduced in March

The disabled woman was pushed by two youths and died on the spot

One man, an LGBTI activist, has been afraid to leave home and has deactivated his Facebook profile

Report finds transgender women face systemic abuse and discrimination in one of the few countries to criminalize them

It states: 'A country or a person on grounds of race, religion, politics, gender or otherwise is incompatible with belonging to the Olympic Movement'

Specialist cyber police claim the man has confessed to ‘unethical relations with several lads’ and using Facebook to find gay sex

Sam Kutesa is a virulent supporter of Uganda's anti-gay laws, which set up sentences of up to life in prison for homosexuality.

Gay asylum seekers have sent desperate letters pleading to be housed in a different, more welcoming, part of the world