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Top alpine skier Chemmy Alcott said while she is competing in the Games, she does not approve of the gay propaganda laws at all

It is not just humans who are suffering from the recently passed law banning homosexuality, as a cat showing 'unnatural sexual behavior' is kicked out from his owner's home

US report shows US president has used LGBTI inclusive vocabulary more than any other president

A Barnsley couple say they have waited long enough, hoping to be a part of the historic day when the first gay couples get married in England and Wales

A new review of research by the Australian Government’s Institute of Family Studies has found that kids who are being brought up in families headed by gays and lesbians do as well as their heterosexually parented peers

Far right American Christian author Linda Harvey claims we’re all pretending that we’re attracted to people of the same-sex because nobody has won the Nobel Prize for discovering a gay gene

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has told CNN that controversy over his country’s ban on so-called homosexual propaganda to minors is a foreign invention and that knows of no gay Russians who have complained about it

Sri Lankan MP Mangala Samaraweera, outed by Wikileaks, says President Mahinda Rajapaksa is out to get him and that the government is using a man accused of stealing from his house to frame him for breaking the country’s sodomy law

Andy Markle: 'I am not leaving the Republican Party; the Republican Party has left me'

Mark Herring believes law against same-sex marriage is unconstitutional

Gang met the victim online and they invited him over for drinks. Once the victim showed up, the gang brutally beat him

Leading LGB advocate, known for his sharp wit and tireless work ethic, will be stepping down as Chief Executive of British gay lobbying charity Stonewall

A four-year-old advocate has written letter to Tony Abbott says gay people will be 'sad forever' if they're not allowed to get married

Two years ago, Cecil Chao offered HK$500 million for the man who could win his daughter Gigi's heart. Now he's increased it to HK$1 billion

British gay rights campaigner and House of Commons speaker will be honored for their fight for worldwide LGBTI equality

Leading LGBT rights advocate in Baku says in his suicide note: ‘This world is not colorful enough for my colors. Farewell.’

Thousands of protesters in Bauchi, Nigeria, have hurled stones into a sharia court trying 11 men accused of belonging to gay organizations, urging the court to speed up their convictions and executions

From 1 July Australian couples, regardless of sexuality, will be able to receive $200 worth of free relationship counseling in an Australian Government scheme designed to combat relationship breakups

Russia’s poor human rights record seems to be deterring people from attending the Sochi Winter Olympics with 30% of tickets still unsold just weeks before the games are due to start

Proposed legislation was unexpectedly moved to more GOP-friendly committee this week to improve its chances

Toni Atkins succeeds John Perez who was the first openly gay man in the powerful leadership role

Annise Parker flew to California last week to wed partner of 23 years

Muslim educational expert claims he is not homophobic, despite saying he could never 'approve' of homosexuality

Former footballer Stan Collymore has accused the social media website of not dealing with racism, homophobia and sexism

Bernard Randall will be sent back to the UK within 12 hours after being charged with 'trafficking obscene materials'

Can two toilets be accused of gay propaganda? Apparently so, as Russia now has to defend itself from jokes from its 'intimate' bathroom situation at the Olympics

The United Nations body tasked with tackling HIV around the world has announced it will join local activists and the Malawi Law Society in a court challenge to Malawi’s law criminalizing gay sex

The US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that it was improper for an openly gay man to be removed as a juror in a court battle between two companies that produce HIV medicines, ordering the case be heard anew

Award winning author Binyavanga Wainaina has published the missing chapter of his debut memoir One Day I Will Write About This Place, in which he acknowledges his homosexuality, to protest the passing of anti-gay laws in Uganda and Nigeria