London College Won't Revoke Sultan of Brunei's Honorary Degree

College Won't Revoke Sultan of Brunei's Honorary Degree

King's College London has rejected an alum's call for the school to rescind the Sultan of Brunei's honorary doctoral law degree.

Lawmakers Urge U.S. to Stand Against Brunei's Antigay Penal Code

Lawmakers Urge U.S. to Stand Against Brunei's Antigay Penal Code

Rep. Mark Pocan of Wisconsin has drafted a letter, supported by 20 House members, urging the United States to exclude Brunei from free trade talks until its human rights violations are addressed.

Op-ed: Who Do You Wear to a Stoning?

Op-ed: Who Do You Wear to a Stoning?

No, the Beverly Hills Hotel isn't the only big business owned by someone antigay, but one activist says that by condemning it, it could be the last.

PHOTOS: Stars Join Lisa Vanderpump in Boycott of Beverly Hills Hotel

PHOTOS: Stars Join Beverly Hills Hotel Boycott

The red carpet at the opening for Lisa Vanderpump's new WeHo lounge, Pump, was abuzz about another property currently in hot water — The Beverly Hills Hotel, owned by the sultan of Brunei, who recently implemented Sharia law in his Asian nation. 

Op-ed: When Companies Pretend to Be LGBT-Supportive

Op-ed: When Companies Pretend to Be LGBT-Supportive

Los Angeles leader Lorri L. Jean takes the sultan of Brunei to task but urges us to remember there are plenty of other companies out there that have lackluster records on LGBT rights.

PHOTOS: Protest Against Sultan-Owned Beverly Hills Hotel

PHOTOS: Protest Against Sultan-Owned Beverly Hills Hotel

Dozens demonstrated on Monday in front of the "Pink Palace" to voice anger at the owner, the Sultan of Brunei, who's ready to stone people for gay sex and adultery.

Brunei Postpones Death by Stoning Law

Brunei Postpones Death by Stoning Law

Brunei's government says it will wait to institute its law that allows people to be stoned to death for gay sex and other offenses.

Brunei Brings Back Death by Stoning

Brunei Brings Back Death by Stoning

The United Nations is warning Brunei to reverse a law that would allow death by stoning for people found guilty of having gay sex or committing adultery.

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