Op-ed: Global LGBT Rights a Patchwork of Equality and Persecution

Op-ed: Global LGBT Rights a Patchwork of Equality and Persecution

This year saw some steps forward on global LGBT human rights, but many victories came in the form of harm reduction rather than 'clean' wins.

The Moment Johnny Weir Cried in Sochi

The Moment Johnny Weir Cried in Sochi

Olympian and gay ice skater Johnny Weir on his love for Russia, that one time he called LGBT activists 'idiots' (and then apologized), and the importance of a great pair of leggings.

If You Ask These Queens, Sochi's Gay Scene Is No Drag

If You Ask These Queens, Sochi's Gay Scene Is No Drag

While in Russia, we explored the short history of Sochi’s drag culture and the queens who started it.

Opening Ceremony Was a Snark Fest on Twitter

Opening Ceremony Was a Snark Fest on Twitter

Gaysayer Twitter comedians went for the gold in snark during the Sochi Olympics Opening Ceremony.

Two More Olympic Sponsors Condemn Russian Law

Two More Olympic Sponsors Condemn Russian Law

Chobani and DeVry University are the two newest sponsors of the U.S. Olympic Committee sponsors to condemn Russia's antigay law.

Out Norwegian Pol Heads To Sochi With Husband

Out Norwegian Pol Heads To Sochi With Husband

Norway's openly gay health minister said it's only natural that he bring his husband to the Paralympic games with him in Sochi, Russia.

Sochi Mayor: We Don't Have Gays in Our Town

Sochi Mayor: We Don't Have Gays in Our Town

Sochi mayor Anatoly Pakhomov says there are no gay people in his Russian town — at least none that he knows of.

Putin to Gays: Leave Kids Alone and You'll Be Safe

Putin to Gays: Leave Kids Alone and You'll Be Safe

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.

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