Activists around the world marked the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia today. The annual event, begun in 2004, reminds the world that more than 80 countries still criminalize same-sex relationships, and more subtle discrimination against LGBT people continues to exist even in progressive nations.
After a day of fierce debate, did the organization reverse its earlier decision?
The NFL player and LGBT rights activist will lead this year's Pride parade in Minnesota and will be releasing a book of personal essays.
The event drew colorful and political participants, including members of the Australian military, marching in uniform for the first time.
Rio de Janeiro's Pride is not only among the most boisterous, it's got to be one of the biggest. Organizers said they expected 1 million people to gather on Copacabana beach to celebrate. Here are photos from the big event.