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LGBTI diversity and inclusion is behind race and gender in workplaces, but is making strong progress says Barclaycard CEO

Dozens of young male workers have come forward to reveal they have been told to sleep with politicians in order to further their career

Edward Davey MP, Energy and Climate Change Minister, wants government and business to do more for LGBTI equality globally

Bible fundamentalist takes on the gays of Soho in the name of Christ

Only Alaska, Georgia, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota have state bans on same-sex marriage that are not being challenged in the courts as Americans wait to see if the Supreme Court will finally decide the issue for the nation

Denmark will celebrate its third time hosting the Eurovision Song Contest by marrying three Russian gay couples as it also marks 25 years since it legalized same-sex civil unions

The 11th Biennale of Contemporary Art being held in Dakar from May to July this year will showcase a number of African artists exploring LGBTI themes despite the host country criminalizing homosexuality

Three-judge panel will decide whether to uphold ruling that declared ban unconstitutional

'We are so thankful that we can move forward and concentrate on being with each other'

‘I’m gay, I’m gay! I don’t want to go back to Cameroon!’ he allegedly shouted, as he was being attacked

Former Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons denied all charges of sexual assault

After one parent complained, the school told a substitute teacher to not return as she was a 'distraction' in the classroom

The 18-year-old staged a prison break but was picked up by a police roadblock and thrown back in jail, an LGBTI activist claims

An Italian court has ruled that the 2012 New York same-sex marriage of an Italian gay couple must be legally recognized in a legal first

'Nobody in this state or this nation should have to feel bad about themselves for being who they are'

Says gay dad of William and Kate: 'We chatted about our experiences as first-time parents ... They are both very lovely and loving parents.'

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Former Arkansas Governor says he's not a 'hater' but simply 'on the right side of the Bible”

Geoff McGrath vows to continue to serve his local troop in Seattle

Alan Simpson says in new ad: 'I have had a wonderful married life, why shouldn’t somebody else have the joy of marriage'

London-born Colin Kazim-Richards mimicked pulling his shorts down and put his left arm behind his bottom

Meanwhile British parliamentary meeting hears about the real problems facing European sex workers

After police announced an investigation, the bishop of the diocese immediately dismissed the priest involved for 'health reasons'

In his coming out, he has become the first openly gay National Collegiate Athletic Association Division 1 basketball player

Government believes gay people will be unable to provide proof the law contravenes the right to equality and freedom from cruel, inhuman and degrading punishment guaranteed under the constitution

35 men allegedly dressed in women's clothes were entrapped by the religious police and could face a life of blackmail, jail or even death

A bill that would have made it compulsory for all schools in the Canadian province of Alberta to have gay-straight alliance groups has failed to pass in the legislature in a vote of 19 to 31
 

The President of South Africa has said he respects Uganda’s right to criminalize gays and lesbians despite his country having the strongest laws protecting LGBTI people on the African continent

Jamaican Prime Minister Portia Simpson-Miller has backed away from an election pledge to decriminalize homosexuality, saying stakeholders must decide the issue, and she can’t say when that will happen

Culture Secretary resigns from her post after funding a home for her parents at taxpayers' expense