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While Amama Mbabazi believes homosexuals are still 'abnormal', he says they should not face life imprisonment or the death penalty

The Indian Supreme Court has refused to sack four Indian Government ministers for criticizing its recriminalization of homosexuality in the South Asian nation but has criticized them for criticizing it

Pope Francis has told the Catholic women’s Union of Superiors General that the church must be careful in how it ministers to the children of same-sex couples, lest it ‘vaccinate’ them against staying Catholic

At a rally in Utah ex-Arizona Sheriff Richard Mack calls on local law enforcement officials to block gay marriage

GOP willing to spend money to fight equality, calling it 'a wise use of funds'

Following the US Supreme Court’s decision which struck down the portion of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) that defined marriage as a union between a man and a woman, gay Filipinos with American partners can now apply for a fiancé visa to marry in the US

CeCe McDonald, who was convinced of manslaughter, is to be released 19 months into a 41 month prison sentence

Fed up with closeted anti-LGBT politicians and the complicity of the media, a gay journalist has accused Illinois Republican congressman Aaron Schock of being gay and voting against equal rights

First Minister Carwyn Jones will spend a week in Uganda to visit projects supported by the Wales for Africa program

Sacremento judge Allen Sumner has ordered secretary of state Debra Bowen to add signatures to the petition, which were missed off due to the cut-off date

Trestin Meacham is on hunger strike against LGBTI equality, calling same-sex marriage 'evil'

Under the amended Syariah law, any man or woman in Pahang found “cross-dressing” could face a maximum of one year behind bars or be fined up to RM1,000, or both.

LGBT rights groups to file a complaint with the National Human Rights Commission of India as local police refuses to investigate the incident

Former punter alleges he was fired for gay activism and accuses assistant coach of homophobic rants

But former Baltimore Raven does believe Chris Kluwe's activism led to firing from Vikings

Mike Priefer accuses former Viking Chris Kluwe of attacking his character and insulting his professionalism

Environment Minister Barbara Hendricks publicly acknowledges her sexual orientation for the first time, becoming the country’s first openly lesbian prime minister

A lesbian couple filing for divorce highlights the need for comprehensive changes in all states’ official proceedings once they legalize gay marriage

By legalizing same-sex marriage in 2013, Brazil, the US, France, England and Wales brought marriage equality to another 447.5 million people

A gay man who was born in Pakistan but who has lived most of his life in North America is being deported to Pakistan by the Australian Government despite his four year relationship with an Australian man

A new study published by Hong Kong’s Center for Comparative and Public Law has found that 74% of residents in the Chinese autonomous territory support some level of legal recognition for same-sex relationships – though support for same-sex marriage remains low

Former Republican Florida governor Charlie Crist has apologized for backing a state constitutional ban on gay marriage in 2008 as he runs for his old job again as a Democrat

Team will 'thoroughly review' matter but insists Kluwe was released strictly based on his football performance

Michael Johnson called homosexuality 'detestable' and refused to back association's anti-homophobia campaign in 2012

Written by notorious anti-gay radio host Linda Harvey, the book tells parents to ignore their children when they say they're gay

Two HIV patients believed to have been cured after a bone marrow transplant have relapsed and are back on antiretroviral treatment

A TED speaker, scientist and renowned academic researcher is stable after being gored by a stag in the Scottish Highlands

Seattle Police are investigating after someone doused a stairwell with gasoline and ignited it in one of the city’s most popular gay nightclubs just after midnight on New Year’s Eve, forcing patrons to evacuate the building

Very few protests meet Danny Leclair and Aubrey Loots as they exchange vows at the 125th Rose Parade