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James David Manning praises the 'wisdom' of ISIS for stoning gay men

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormons, has called for legislation protecting LGBTI people from discrimination in housing and employment across the United States so long as ‘religious rights’ are not compromised

Roy Moore questions jurisdiction of court that struck down marriage ban

Most of them were teenagers and could be possibly put to death

Someone doesn't know the meaning of the word 'literally'

Says he is 'horrified' by how transphobic he was when he made that statement

Historic city passes the country's broadest anti-discrimination ordinance yet

First time a pontiff meets with a transgender person

Hardline Catholic group the Missionaries of Mercy have bought Toulon’s gay bar Texas in order to close it down as it sits next to the group’s church in the city, labeling it a ‘bar of Sodom’

Lawyer says the case 'will definitely have an impact' on LGBTI rights

'I will not allow legislators to talk about "family values" when they have affairs'

US president wraps up a three-day visit to the south Asian country

Indicates a UKIP government would cancel funding for treating gender dysphoria

Art teacher, football coach and mentor was shot and killed in Minnesota

Lee Hsien Loong explains why he always wears pink

80-year-old ballet dancer and LGBTI and indigenous rights activist Noel Tovey received the Australian equivalent of a knighthood at yesterday’s Australia Day honors for his contribution to the community and the arts

Ringleader owns the Vietnamese edition of UK publication Attitude

Same-sex couples were preparing to apply for marriage licenses on 26 January

'I believe that marriage is between a man and a woman. My faith teaches me that, my Christian faith teaches me that'

The general, who is married to a woman, says he knows of others senior military who are similarly fearful of discussing their sexuality

The health minister, Leo Varadkar, who came out as gay last week, is reviewing options presented to him by the Irish Blood Transfusion Service

The actor, along with theatrical producer Cameron Mackintosh and designer Paul Smith, has put his name to an open letter saying that Soho is being changed beyond recognition because of London’s rising real estate prices

Italy's highest court found the Ministry of Defence, and Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport guilty of discriminating against him and violating his privacy

'What I have a problem with is when people try to force people to act against their beliefs because they say "they're discriminating against me"'