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A new study has found that LGBT people in America are more likely to struggle with hunger issues than the general population

Student Pride sees British LGBTI students come together for a weekend of debates and parties

Recent poll shows 76% of Irish people said they would vote in favour of introducing same-sex marriage in the country, though nearly half would have ‘reservations’

A summit in London called for more support to make young LGBTI people’s lives better today, and not have to wait years for them to improve

New anti-gay coalition dedicated to lobby governments to strengthen or enact anti-gay laws like in Russia, Nigeria and Uganda

Democratic House Leader Chad Campbell says it's time for same anger towards his state as people have against Russia for anti-gay law

Greg Ellis also has shower concerns: 'If you’re looking at men as if you’re looking at women or vice versa, how are those guys to receive that?'

Federal judge says 'there is no reason to delay further' and wait until June for implementation

Despite the Constitutional Court ruling last year that gay couples could adopt together on a technicality, they have thrown out a referral asking them to rule on joint same-sex adoptions

Yoweri Museveni has challenged the US government to prove people can be born gay, and if they can, then Uganda will review anti-gay laws

Mattia Perin, Alberto Gilardino and Gianluigi Buffon have spoken out about the taboo of homosexuality in football

Out athletes say that when they come out, they become better at their sport after conquering challenges and pressures

Elena Klimova, who ran the Children 404 social media page, was accused of breaking the law by encouraging gay teens to believe homosexuality is normal

The Hague Centre for Strategic Studies (HCSS) has released a study of LGBTI inclusion in the world’s militaries and has rated New Zealand’s armed forces the most supportive

A US study published this month in the American Journal of Public Health has found that anti-gay prejudice is bad for straight people’s health

General David Sejusa, a former minister and intelligence chief for the Ugandan Government, has said that President Yoweri Museveni’s signing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill is solely about maintaining his grip on power

Ellen Rosenblum does not believe the law can withstand federal constitutional challenge in lawsuit brought by four same-sex couples

This past Tuesday Maine's Senate also voted Bill LD 1428 down, 19-6

Secretary of State John Kerry slams Yahya Jammeh for calling gay people ‘vermin’ that must be dealt with like mosquitoes

'If you took a world census you'd find 90% of the world agree with it as well'

Members of parliament will discuss same-sex marriage in its initial stages today after 166,000 people called for marriage equality laws

Uganda’s government has promised to uphold the constitution but that doesn’t mean the president won’t sign the Anti-Homosexuality Bill, experts say

Conservative life peer caused controversy last year when he said the same-sex marriage bill in England and Wales would lead to lesbian queens and fathers marrying sons

Joaquim Chissano has called on African leaders to remember the immortal words of Nelson Mandela and to fight for equality

Chinese LGBTI rights activist Xiang Xiaohan is suing Hunan Province’s Department of Civil Affairs for discrimination after it refused to allow him to register a gay rights advocacy group because it said homosexuality was against Chinese social norms

Award winning Nigerian author and poet Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie has spoken out about the further criminalization of homosexuality in her homeland – calling it a victimless crime

Uganda’s Muslim Supreme Council has praised Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni for his decision to sign the Anti-Homosexuality Bill punishing gay sex with up to life imprisonment – calling it a ‘foreign and inhuman act’

The Liberal president of the Western Australia state Legislative Council has ruled that a Greens Party bill that would allow same-sex marriages at a state level can be considered by the chamber

Citing recent success in federal courts in other US states, they want ban immediately declared unconstitutional