Peter Tatchell and other gay rights activists attempted to climb a Coca-Cola truck giving out free soft drinks in London's Covent Garden today, to protest the brands sponsorship of the Sochi Winter Olympics
Kenyan activist reports a lesbian wedding the day after Ugandan parliament passes bill threatening life imprisonment for gay people
Quentin Lee's public service announcement features a "fake" marriage between a lesbian woman and gay man, he hopes it will go viral on mobile devices
Christine Forster tells a national newspaper about coming out, leaving her ex-husband and telling her parents and brother that she is gay
Alternatives-Cameroun awarded for HIV education and medical support, particularly for sexual minorities, in difficult circumstances
Pro and anti equal marriage protests in Taipei highlight controversy around legislation that would make Taiwan the first Asian country to recognize gay marriage
LGBT community in Hong Kong more visible than ever at fifth Hong Kong Pride
Amber Kuo says proposals to legalize same-sex marriage in Taiwan are 'worrying'
Tropical island state close to becoming the next part of the US to legalize gay marriage
Nearly all UK premier league football clubs snub Stonewall and Paddy Power's 'Right Behind Gay Footballers' campaign
Gaysi Family want to get their stories of queer life to 'far flung corners of India'
Estimated 800 people join Brisbane Pride Festival parade, which is city council sanctioned for the first time
Representatives of Irish LGBT young people write to ambassador about 'worrying developments' in Russia and request meeting
Events by PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) China reach out to LGBT people and parents in more isolated cities
Mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania marries two men in his home despite state ban
Amber Tamblyn will play long-lost lesbian daughter of Charlie Sheen's character
Touching portraits of non-gender-conforming children at a summer camp captured by photographer Lindsay Morris
Groups say they can no longer work without the protection of the authorities
President of Zimbabwe makes violent threat during rally to thousands of people in Muture, a city in the east of the country
Activists hope TV show, university debate and discussion at influential Bangkok Foreign Correspondents Club will move Thailand closer to legal partnerships for same-sex couples
Spat between 30-Rock-star and gay news anchor continues with Baldwin saying Cooper is trying to 'reinforce his credibility in the gay community'
US media watchdog says coverage of murder of trans woman in Philadelphia was 'sensationalized and inaccurately reported'
Senator Rohani Abdullah argues in parliament that the Malaysia government should do more to crackdown on male actors playing effeminate roles on TV
Veteran campaigner and African LGBTI rights activists call for Cameroon's government to take action about the brutal murder of Eric Lembembe
LGBT rights activists will march through central Vilnius for the first time on Saturday
Italy's lower house is debating a bill that would criminalize homophobia
Fifty-year-old man in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia set himself on fire after allegedly finding out his wife was having an affair with her female boss
Popular hipster blog censors LGBT-related tags in porn crackdown after Yahoo! take-over
Baltic Pride 2013 will go ahead at the end of the month despite the city council's objection
Hacker threatens they will reveal 'startling' corruption within Nigeria's government if the country's anti-gay law is not stopped