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As LGBTI pride was celebrated all over the world, a small group of Ugandans gathered together in secret to avoid police attention

 UK Trans woman Avery Edison was held in a men’s prison in Canada in February, and is now filing a complaint to stop it from happening again

As the police could not guarantee the safety of those celebrating LGBTI pride, today’s event had to be cancelled

A video of an unknown trans woman being attacked in Atlanta, US has gone viral, and receives shocking comments on YouTube saying she deserved it

The greatest opposition to same-sex unions in Taiwan is coming from a small but extremely vocal and organized Christian minority, says Taipei Times report

A woman appeared to be attacked in the middle of a crowd by a man in purple

Reports of homophobic hate crime went up by 7% and transphobic hate crime went up by 65% in the last year

Fewer than one in five secondary school teachers have received training on tackling homophobic bullying

Author claims the reason why many LGB people believe homosexuality and bisexuality is not a choice is because they have 'internalised doctrine'

Killed by Nazis, a new biography asks whether the celebrated Lutheran thinker was in love with his close friend and biographer Eberhard Bethge

The world’s top level of government will now give equal benefits and recognition to its workers who are in same-sex relationships who have legally wed

After spending over a year in jail, James Mwape and Philip Mubiana have been acquitted due to lack of evidence

Photo sharing website deleted the picture of a married couple kissing because it was 'inappropriate'

John Nienstedt, of St Paul and Minneapolis, has described homosexuality as a ‘result of psychological trauma’

Scott Lively, who refuses to take credit for the anti-gay law in Uganda, says the Last Week Tonight host is a 'liar and a fraud'

A working group of experts reviewing the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases guidelines has recommended the removal of several ‘disorders’ that continue to stigmatize LGBTIs as sick despite the removal of homosexuality as a disorder in 1990

Several homophobic social media users are boycotting the fast food giant for their 'fag burgers'

Australian LGBTI rights activist Tony Pitman has crunched the numbers to find one-in-ten human beings now live in jurisdictions where same-sex couples are allowed to marry

Ali Muhammad Brown is wanted over the 1 June murder of two gay men in Seattle and authorities believe they were targeted because of their sexual orientation

London Mayor Boris Johnson is accused of banning the Core Issues Trust ads in order to secure the gay vote

Orashia Edwards' mother: ‘What they are doing is they are sending my son to die, and I will never forgive them for that'

It seems that most same-sex couples in New Zealand are preferring marriage over civil unions now that both are available to them

Fast food giant has revealed the Proud Whopper, a burger with a very special message for Gay Pride

The Texas state Democratic Party has slammed Texas state Republicans for endorsing so-called reparative therapies that aim to turn people from gay to straight at the party’s state convention

Nancy Garden, a lesbian pioneer in the young adult fiction genre and author of Annie on My Mind, has died of a heart attack after a literary career spanning four decades

Iranian comedy series Haft Sang is a near scene-for-scene remake of US series Modern Family but its makers have written out all the gay characters or made them straight

Amy Sandler and Niki Quasney to be considered legally married as marriage equality case is being appealed

All Irish political parties have already indicated support of marriage equality

Judge John G. Heyburn II had already previously ruled that Kentucky must recognize same-sex marriages performed in states where they are legal