Love without censorship

Internet-released short films, that by-pass the censors, are all the rage in China right now. We talk to the director of one of the most popular ‘mini-films’ that happens to have a gay storyline

In search of the supergays

San Franciscan couple Lisa Dazols and Jenni Chang are traveling the world seeking out the ‘supergays’. Nine months in, we hear about where they’ve been, who they’ve met and what they’ve experienced

How to not argue against gay marriage

Why actor Kirk Cameron and Cardinal Keith O'Brien argue against gay marriage

A rainbow appears over Burma

Internet broadcast TV show, Colors Rainbow TV, is a beacon of the new LGBT rights movement in Burma 

Young, Chinese, gay and proud

Gay Star News interviews Mojo Wan, Shanghai’s most prolific illustrator

My life as a gay man in post-Gaddafi Libya

In our second interview with Libyan LGBT activist Khaleed, he talks about his life after the revolution in Libya

A gay message from the Emirates

GSN speaks to gay men in the United Arab Emirates to learn their stories as the first hints of dialogue on LGBT issues starts in the country

A good Samaritan at the end of the line

After Ann Widdecombe’s Samaritans stupidity, we look at the true pro-LGBT values and history of the original crisis helpline

You can be your own publicist

How paying attention to your PR can help you land your dream job, build your business or get the relationship you want

Homophobic bullying is ‘so gay’

A primary school in London, UK, is leading the way in tackling homophobic bullying, teaching children from three to 11 why gay is about love not sex

Paddy powers on despite trans advert shutdown

We take a closer look at the Paddy Power ‘trans-stallion-dog’ ad which has left broadcasters, regulators and the firm red-faced

The life of a lesbian in Hong Kong

We interview the author of Come and Go, a novel about the lesbian scene in Hong Kong

Fourth Bangalore Queer Film Festival opens this weekend

Trans super heroes, experimental Arab short films, photography and performances in India's third city

Jesse Archer Down Under

Actor and writer, Jesse Archer, talks to Gay Star News about his brand new films, projects and life in Australia

Hans Klok: Magician who went poof for Cher

Out and proud Dutch illusionist Hans Klok chats about his London debut, the magic of the internet and why being a gay performer in the US is career kryptonite

Sexual repression and release in Qatar

How a population imbalance makes Qataris turn to gay sex for release, despite the state’s denial and persecution

Whitney Houston, the rumors and the talent

The rumors about her sexuality and why they should be treated with suspicion and respect

Meet the gay workplace leaders

We interview the ‘power gays’ shaping global firms from the inside to make them better employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff

From Diyarbakir with love: Kurdish, gay and proud

As Zenne Dancer tells the story of a Kurdish ‘honour’ killing, we speak to Hebûn, the LGBT group in Diyarbakir

First film about queer women in Indonesia premieres at Berlin Film Festival

Children of Srikandi, made by an all female cast and crew, tells the stories of eight queer women in Indonesia

Amaechi: End ‘bigoted’ leadership in sport

John Amaechi gears up for a Student Pride debate with questions from Gay Star News

My life as a gay man under Gaddafi

First of a two-part interview with Libyan LGBT activist Khaleed about his life before and after the revolution in Libya

Meet the HomoLAB podcast team

GSN is partnering up with three supercool DJs to bring you the HomoLAB gay news and culture podcast each week

‘How many communities are we?’

Gay Star News interviews Adam Lowe, CEO of Melbourne’s Midsumma celebration of queer culture

Macaroon master or disaster? It’s a tough call

The way to a man's heart is through his stomach, so take a class at London's L'atelier des Chefs this Valentine's and learn how to make gay super food, macaroons

We can work it out

How the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index decides which are the best employers for lesbian, gay and bisexual staff in Britain

Why I fled Jamaica but hope to return

Award-winning Jamaican gay activist Maurice Tomlinson on the death threats that forced him into exile and the state of LGBTI rights on the island

I can’t eat shoots so I’ll leave

Acclaimed gay photographer Stuart Sandford explains why he’s hanging up his camera for good

An insiders’ guide to intersex

Phoebe Hart's very personal story is on Australian TV on Sunday, she tells Gay Star News her story

Peter Tatchell at 60: The next 30 years

In the last part of our three-interview series on Peter Tatchell, we ask him about the future of LGBT activism around the world