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India's sixth largest city has reported 10 anti-trans murders, three gang rapes and five acid attacks since March

The Nashville Grizzlies will host the world cup of gay rugby in May of 2016 after the member teams of International Gay Rugby voted on which team should host the next competition

India recriminalized homosexuality last year

Eight LGBTI people were arrested and torturted in the country this month

'We look forward to the opportunity to clear his name'

'People get divorced. It's a part of life. We don't want it to happen, but it happens'

Anti-gay pastor James David Manning of ATLAH Worldwide Missionary Church posted a video to Twitter that had been reedited and set to animation to make him appear to come out with no explanation

The animal sanctuary that has agreed to take Benjy the gay bull so that he did not go to the slaughterhouse plans to sterilize him when he arrives just in case he secretly swings both ways

A Tasmanian couple who were trying to rent out a room to straight couples only through accommodation website Airbnb have had their listing removed for discriminating against same-sex couples

Mark Carter, former Mr Gay UK, has been suspended from duty in West Yorkshire after the attack on another gay man in the toilets of a popular bar in Manchester 

Luis Pabon writes about his attitude towards his sexuality and the gay community saying: ‘it has outlived its usefulness’

Friends of Jennifer Gable were angry to see her in a suit and with short hair at her funeral

A Bible quoting Christian who attacked the patrons of a Minneapolis gay bar with a BB gun will spend 6 months in prison and 5 years on probation over the shooting

The Church of God in Christ wants Caldwell to stop selling the melody, but he says it's his copyright

A 24-year-old needed a metal plate inserted into his face to fix his broken jaw

Legal affairs director says public opinion is too polarized

Editor says love is 'not limited to between men and women'

City government is mulling an anti-gay hate law

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein has warned the government of Gambia to stop persecuting LGBTIs after it passed laws that would see homosexual ‘serial offenders’ and people with HIV jailed for the rest of their lives

'It doesn't wear underpants because it doesn't have a sex.'

Don Lemon: 'As a victim myself I would never want to suggest that any victim could have prevented a rape'

Plaintiff: 'Finally my family is equal in the eyes of the state I grew up and made my life in'

Lawmakers want the anti-gay law back as soon as possible

'While society’s attitudes towards transgender people are changing, it is still not fast enough and the negative impacts on trans people’s mental health every day are huge.'

Liberal MP Don Harwin says the hardships he had endured as a gay man gave him the determination to pursue a career in politics

'I didn’t have the courage to do it, to break that lie'

Facebook, Yelp, Apple and Xerox are among the top scorers

Donations to the main group campaigning against same-sex marriage in America appear to be drying up as courts continue to rule in favor of the rights of same-sex couples across the United States