After the Ugandan parliament abruptly passed a bill that imposes lifelong jail sentences for homosexuality, LGBT activists are determined to stay strong.
The antigay American evangelical claims that Russia's violent crackdown on LGBT people is actually 'gay-on-gay' violence.
A prominent LGBT activist in Uganda has been arrested and detained for more than 48 hours without being informed of the charges against him.
The European Court of Justice declared that sexual orientation is a fundamental characteristic for which many people in nations around the world are persecuted, and can now seek asylum in the European Union.
A new documentary explores the American connection to the virulently homophobic climate in Uganda, and is now on the short list to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary.
A federal judge in Springfield, Mass., heard opening arguments Monday in Sexual Minorities Uganda v. Scott Lively, the first case of its kind, which seeks to hold an American evangelical responsible for conspiring with religious and government officials to persecute LGBT people in Uganda.
The first case of its kind, Sexual Minorities Uganda v. Scott Lively seeks to hold the antigay American pastor responsible for his persecution of LGBT people in Uganda.
Rebecca Kadaga, the speaker of Parliament, said lawmakers would pass the legislation before 2012 ends as “a Christmas gift” for antigay Christian activists.