Republican Congressman Tim Huselskamp alleged that Obama's 'radical agenda' is to have gay marriage destroy the family, and 'selectively reward' homosexual behavior
Michael Moroski never considered recanting his views to save job
The Bishop of Springfield Illinois said being gay is a 'condition' needing celibacy and Catholics who support marriage equality are destroying the family
A Russian coach says if they expel the sport from the 2020 Games, 'gays will soon run the whole world'
President Obama called for an end to work based discrimination against gays and lesbians
Students from Vassar College in New York have pledged $100 for every minute the Westboro Baptist Church plans to protest on campus
After three gay men died after allegedly meeting killer online, city leaders are urging the LGBT community to be cautious
Human Rights Watch says Cameroon must take action to protect lawyers who are receiving death threats because they are defending gays
A gay student from Jamaica is set to challenge the legality of the country's anti-sodomy law
Archbishop of Southwark Peter Smith has said while marriage equality may be an inevitability, 'it does not mean we approve'
FEMEN protest group bare breasts and shout 'no homophobe' and 'bye bye Benedict' in Notre Dame cathedral in Paris
The Philippines' Ladlad launch a campaign to win a seat in congress in the May election
Also include new assurances for immigrants and Native American women
Tom Harkin says Employment Non-Discrimination Act 'will move this year'
'It shouldn't be news when someone stands up to someone else'
London councils take steps to improve help for HIV prevention services throughout the UK capital
British communications watchdog has punished several minor channels for allowing extremist attitudes to air unchallenged
France's National Assembly have voted for the 'Marriage for All' bill, granting equal marriage and adoption rights to same-sex couples
Officials today said there was 'no political will' for gay marriage after the bill passed the deadline for decision
'Yes, I'm aware I look like a dude,' Stephanie Figarelle says, adding she is so thankful to have a loving, supportive wife
Man admits to luring two women police officers to a house before killing them, a court hears
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have urged the Indian government to review legislation criminalizing same-sex relations
Michael Brown, who has said gays are to blame for LGBT teen suicide, has said it could be time to throw in the towel
Burkina Faso’s Catholic archbishop stated that gay marriage is an assault on the family and threatens Africa and the world with destruction
Terrence Higgins Trust launches online health and wellbeing advice for transgender community
David Cecil has been deported from Uganda, forcing him to leave his girlfriend and two children
First case of homophobic harassment at work filed at High Court in Singapore against department store Robinsons
Outgoing Defense Secretary Leon Panetta calls it 'a matter of fundamental equity'
New South Wales government is providing a reward for information that leads to discovering how American-born mathematician Scott Johnson died in Sydney 24 years ago
Legislation now heads to House where it is also expected to pass
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