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'He isn't here to be a scold-- and I think that's...a good thing for the church...'

Bishop Alan Wilson urged gay clergy to take a stand and marry their partners, despite the Church of England banning gay clergy from marrying

Mark Menzies, a Tory MP, resigned after a Sunday newspaper made unproven allegations about him asking a rent boy for drugs

2 security guards at call center company charged for violating city ordinance which prohibits 'all discriminatory acts against homosexuals in the workplace'

Mozilla employees posts united and nearly simultaneous messages on Twitter calling on newly named CEO Brendan Eich to 'step down'

'You did wrong ... you must pay the consequences for what you did'

Jasvir Ginday told a court hearing that he panicked when his wife threatened to out him to his family

David Cameron tweeted his congratulations to first gay couples making history today

The ruling is a setback in the fight for marriage equality in Taiwan as a bill to legalize same-sex marriage is currently being passed through the Legislative Yuan

Kyrgyzstan has gone a step further than its former parent-state Russia to introduce a bill that not only prohibits 'gay propaganda' but statements that may 'create a positive attitude' towards 'non-traditional sexual relations'

Equality campaigners gather to support gay marriage as couple ties the knot 

Franklin Graham: 'I believe in protecting children from exploitation - all exploitations'

With the first same-sex couple is wed in Brighton, history is made as gay couples in England and Wales now have the right to marry legally

Facebook post by Dave Elliott of WLOX in Biloxi goes viral - he thinks gays 'have been in the news too much lately'

Attorney General Eric Holder says couples will not be asked to wait for further resolution in the courts before seeking federal benefits

A 21-year-old was tied up with wire, beaten, tortured and left for dead in Western Cape

Look back on the battle to get same-sex marriage legalized in England and Wales as the first couples prepare to walk down the aisle

Homophobia has a price, and the African country is seeing that as it faces further threats of aid cuts as part of the international backlash

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby says the Church of England should react to gay marriage with the 'love of Christ for every human being'

UK reflects on how legislation has become equal across the past four decades, generations have become more liberal

The notion that gay people have bigger disposable incomes than their heterosexual counterparts has been debunked by a new study that shows LGBTI Americans are actually more likely to need food stamps to get by in life

An Oregon woman is on trial for the alleged murder of her own son and prosecutors say they believe she did it because she feared he would grow up to be gay

Australian Greens Senator Sarah Hanson-Young will introduce a bill to recognize overseas same-sex marriages in Australia as gay couples in the UK start to wed

Carl Sciortino will be first person living with HIV to head AIDS Action Committee of Massachusetts

Republicans, including one who said 'What this bill does is change nature,' fail in attempts to gut the legislation of protections

While the majority surveyed think they'll get married in their 30s, 3% of gay people would like to get married before the age of 20

Private Chinese companies and western firms leading on LGBTI workplace issues but state-owned enterprises still lagging, says organizer

Labour MP Ben Bradshaw urges the Church of England to be more clear on whether priests will be punished for marrying their same-sex partners

Archbishop of Genoa has responded to the Italian government's campaign to stamp out homophobia in schools after a series of high profile deaths and suicides