While there is no one way to register unhappiness with Russia's laws and antigay violence, some are much colder than others.
In an effort to raise awareness of Russia's antigay legislation ahead of the Sochi Winter Games, Finnish Olympic Swimmer Ari-Pekka Liukkonen has come out of as gay.
2,000 people gathered in Stockholm's Olympic Stadium to show their support of LGBT people in Russia by singing the Russian National Anthem surrounded by rainbow flags.
A new video from the U.S. State Department paints a picture of Olympians and Paralympians as different, but equal — and includes a possible allusion to gay athletes.
A Norwegian TV journalist tells of the intimidation he and his crew suffered while reporting on Olympics preparations.
The guide aims to help reporters tell the stories of LGBT Russians suffering under the nation's antigay policies.
Canadian International Olympic Committee member Dick Pound says he doesn't agree with Russia's 'gay propaganda' ban, but other countries have much worse laws penalizing LGBT people.
In a hilarious new video, a team of YouTubers don’t just tell us why Russia is one of the gayest countries on the planet, they sing it in a show tune.
The statement appears to contradict assurances made Monday by the president of the International Olympic Committee that athletes could make political statements at press conferences in Sochi.
Who will represent Team LGBT in Sochi? Barely a handful of athletes worldwide have come out.