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While some have called for the leader of the 'God Hates Fags' Westboro Baptist Church to be given a taste of his own medicine, Kansas gay rights campaigners believe the LGBTI community should take the high road

A woman phoned the police complaining that the bodyguard had made a homophobic comment to her

Texas police are still deliberating on who could have killed a 24-year-old lesbian couple. But one of the women's mothers is convinced its her ex, who she left over his violent tendencies

Tanzania’s Foreign Minister has warned that efforts to impose equal rights for LGBTI people in Africa may fail if imposed from outside

Pro and anti-gay-marriage protestors attended rival rallies in Taipei’s Freedom Square on Sunday as a bill to legalize same-sex marriage is before Taiwan’s legislative chamber

Ugandans plan to march in support of their draconian laws criminalizing same-sex relationships next week in the face of Western donors looking to redirect aid away from the government to civil society groups

The Anglican Church in Hong Kong has spoken out against a Christian school’s policy of refusing to hire gay staff – saying that a person’s sexuality has no bearing on their ability to do their job

Inspirational advocates from across Asia share their stories at landmark awards ceremony in Singapore

'We were hopeful that the policy of exclusion would be reversed for this year’s parade. As this has not come to pass, Guinness has withdrawn its participation'

'It's time for Guinness, other sponsors and Irish New Yorkers to speak out in favor of an inclusive parade that welcomes the Irish spirit of love and family'

'I feel sad for all the hurt he's caused so many. I feel sad for those who will lose the grandfather and father they loved'

According to reports, two men have been arrested under Uganda's new anti-gay law after they were caught having sex in a hotel room

Alice Nkom, a Cameroonian lawyer who has defended gay men and women for the last decade, says the country is battling an ‘anti-homosexuals apartheid’, comparing the situation to slavery

In the capital city of Manipur, a small but diverse group of people show up in the march

Hong Kong recognizes the first non-op trans woman, while Taiwan and India look set for important changes

Five men are charged with ‘group licentiousness’, after police bust a gay club with 2800 members

'Jesus would stone homos. Stoning is still the law'

Australian PM Tony Abbott stumbled over his response when a high school student asked ‘Why are you so against legalizing gay marriage?’ during a school trip to Canberra

Evangelist Franklin Graham has praised Vladimir Putin for his stance on gay rights, and criticised Obama for ‘turning [his] back on God’ over gay issues

The couples moved to Tennesee after legally marrying in other states - filed federal lawsuit last October

111 Cakery responds to backlash on Facebook: 'We are just a small family business trying to bring happiness with cake'

Xiao Zhen was aroused and then electroshocked in a treatment recommended by Baidu

Bosses hint ticketing might be introduced for the UK capital's festivities similar to the model currently used in Brighton

Boston Mayor Martin J Walsh will also refuse to march in the parade over the decision to ban any 'political' statements

In 2011, it was the number nine killer with 766 deaths. But in 2012, that number is now 609

There are only a handful of cases of HIV being transmitted between two women, and one has been reported in Houston, Texas

After a question was asked on BBC3's Free Speech debate show about being gay and Muslim, presenter Rick Edwards said the mosque where the show was being filmed had concerns with that discussion

Uganda warns cutting health budget will mean they cannot buy HIV kits and antiretroviral drugs, medicine that half a million Ugandans rely on

UK Prime Minister David Cameron has written an open letter calling for sport to do more to welcome open LGBTI athletes