The network removed part of International Olympic Committee president Thomas Bach's comments against discrimination.
Gaysayer Twitter comedians went for the gold in snark during the Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony.
On the first full day of Olympic events, lesbian snowboarder Cheryl Maas christened the snow in women's slopestyle, and the Gay Games' organizers began preparing Ohio for this summer's events.
The tennis champion will remain in the United States to care for her ailing mother.
Ballet dancers and Amnesty International activists presented a scene from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake and delivered petitions to the Russian Embassy in London, in protest of Russia's 'gay propaganda' law.
Sochi mayor Anatoly Pakhomov says there are no gay people in his Russian town — at least none that he knows of.
Pavel Lebedev was tackled to the ground and detained by police Saturday after he waved a rainbow flag during the Olympic torch's procession through the Russian town of Voronezh.
The Daily Show host counts down the countries who are contenders for the gold in the race to become the world’s number one antigay country.
The Russian president contends LGBT people will be welcome in Sochi for the Winter Olympics, as long as they don't try to speak to children.
A new report from CNN suggests that a bill aiming to revoke the parental rights of gay and lesbian Russians is likely to be reintroduced after the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, with a few minor adjustments.