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Kerry Byrnes was set upon by two thugs while she was walking home alone at night, and the attack has left her scared to leave her home

Maria Walsh, winner of the competition celebrating Irish heritage, says she is not ashamed of her sexuality

The Queensland state branch of the Australian Labor Party voted today to join the Tasmania state branch in binding its MPs to vote for same-sex marriage regardless of their personal views

Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa announced on Saturday that his government would allow same-sex couples in committed relationships to register their relationships with the government in order to protect their rights and obligations

Brown's killing spree was a response to US foreign policy against Muslim countries

'I'm into diversity. I kill everybody, I don't care'

One of the UK’s longest-running gay pride parades kicked off with thousands of friends and families lining Manchester’s streets to welcome the Orange is the New Black actress

Patricia Yurena, Miss Spain in 2008 and 2013, posted a picture of her and her partner on Instagram in an intimate pose

In a victory for transgender equality, Mills College in California will be the first single-sex college in the US to change their admissions policy to allow transgender students to enrol

The organizers of the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras are blaming negative publicity around policing of the festival and high party ticket prices for a financial loss on this year’s festival just a year after the event returned to profit

An anonymous person claims to have sent messages to thousands of Grindr users in countries with anti-gay laws, warning them the app has a security flaw which could allow authorities to know their exact location

V. Stivanio says in court papers she never had sex with the billionaire who was ousted from NBA for racist comments

'In this new (media) environment, you can no longer say 'That's private, that's not for discussion'

US Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago has set oral arguments for August 26

A 17-year-old left his parting note on Instragram, telling his followers: 'I’m sorry I’m not the daughter you wanted'

Adam Hills ranted about the 'God Hates Fags' church after they said they would picket Robin Williams' funeral

A 29-year-old is urging everyone to speak out against hate crime after getting attacked in Shoreditch

Hallmark cards celebrating same-sex marriages have been pulled from the shelves of the Bringham Young University bookstore because it is owned by the Mormon church

People’s Party senator Luz Elena Sanín is facing calls for her resignation after she blamed Spain’s $1.3 trillion national debt on previous Socialist governments’ ‘subsidies for NGOs and homosexuals’

Deputy leader of Australia’s Northern Territory Dave Tollner will go to the back bench after he called a colleague’s gay son a ‘pillow biter’ and ‘shirt lifter’

US District Judge Robert L Hinkle thinks such bans will be looked upon in history the same as interracial marriage bans

Ireland is getting ready to vote on gay marriage, and some of its opponents think equality could mean the end of the world

Five men were arrested in an incident rumored to be motivated by homophobia

A trans woman and her partner managed to force a civil registry office to hand them a marriage certificate

Girls are getting married quicker than the boys, with a 56%-44% split between gay and lesbian couples

Xavier Bettel, the third openly gay leader of a country, has announced that his architect civil partner Gauthier Destenay has proposed to him and he said yes

High court won't allow marriages to begin in state until it decides whether or not to review case that struck down ban

One in four people in same-sex relationships suffer from domestic violence or abuse in the UK