EXCLUSIVE: U.K. Documentary 'Patchwork' Puts Spotlight on Trans Love
October 21 2014 5:47 PM ET October 22 2014 1:14 PM ET

U.K. Documentary Patchwork Spotlights Trans Love

Mitch Kellaway

In this exclusive clip from the upcoming trans-focused British documentary series Patchwork, lovebirds Darcy and Rosa talk about 13 years of partnered bliss through and beyond gender transition.

Same-Sex Couple's Kiss Sparks U.K. Bus Driver's Antigay Rant
October 20 2014 4:30 PM ET

Gay Couple's Kiss Sparks U.K. Bus Driver's Antigay Rant

Thom Senzee

Even as U.K. society overall becomes more accepting of LGBT people, there has been a spate of public homophobic incidents reported in the media of late.

Op-ed: How 'The Way He Looks' Will Open Your Eyes
October 20 2014 8:00 AM ET

Op-ed: How The Way He Looks Will Open Your Eyes

Matt Kane of GLAAD

Brazil's Oscar entry represents something we need to see a lot more of on TV and film — a differently abled character who transcends the stereotype of 'the gay guy.'

The Art of the 'Gender Bender Festival'
October 20 2014 5:00 AM ET

The Art of the 'Gender Bender Festival'

Christopher Harrity

The annual Gender Bender Festival in Italy aims to expand perceptions of gender through art and culture, starting with its distinctive poster art.

11 Spirit Day Tweets from 11 Surprising Countries
October 19 2014 12:10 PM ET

11 Spirit Day Tweets from 11 Surprising Countries

Thom Senzee

It's no surprise that many in the Western world joined in last week's Spirit Day campaign against bullying. But did you know some Iranians also joined in?

WATCH: Scott Lively From Russia With Hate in 'Sodom' Documentary
October 17 2014 4:55 PM ET

WATCH: Scott Lively From Russia With Hate in Sodom Documentary

Thom Senzee

Homophobe Scott Lively is featured prominently in a twisted 'documentary' produced by Arkady Mamontov, the antigay Russian TV host who thinks gays can rain meteorites down on earth.

Op-ed: LGBT Americans Celebrate, But Atrocities Abroad Escalate
October 17 2014 6:20 AM ET

U.S. LGBTs Celebrate, But Atrocities Abroad Escalate

Ty Cobb

On the eve of the international day of solidarity with LGBT Egyptians, be mindful of how our brothers and sisters abroad still need our support.

25 Senators Urge Obama to Stand Up for LGBT Rights Worldwide
October 16 2014 2:21 PM ET

25 Senators Urge Obama to Stand Up for LGBT Rights Worldwide

Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez

Senators are pressuring President Obama to step up and appoint a special envoy for LGBT rights to the U.S. Department of State to protect LGBT people internationally.

U.S. Marine Charged with Murder of Trans Filipina Woman
October 15 2014 6:58 PM ET

U.S. Marine Charged with Murder of Trans Filipina Woman

Mitch Kellaway

Despite protests from Philippine LGBT rights groups, the American Marine suspected of killing Jennifer Laude Sueselbeck has remained in U.S. custody and now officially faces murder changes.

Death of Trans Filipina Prompts Calls to End Military Pact with U.S.
October 14 2014 6:22 PM ET

Death of Trans Filipina Prompts Calls to End Military Pact with U.S.

Thom Senzee

Protesters, human rights advocates, and local politicians are seeking justice for a murdered transgender woman, asking the U.S. marine suspected of killing her to be turned over to local custody.

WATCH: Psychic Sally Morgan's Husband Reacts to Skeptic with Homophobic Tirade
October 14 2014 6:08 PM ET

WATCH: U.K. Psychic's Husband Reacts to Skeptic with Homophobic Tirade

Thom Senzee

Video shows Sally Morgan's husband going nuclear in a homophobic, threatening rant against a man handing out leaflets debunking the television psychic's powers.

WATCH: Coming Out Day Arrests Are Proof Putin Wants to Turn Back Time
October 14 2014 4:05 AM ET

NCOD Arrests Prove Putin Wants to Turn Back Time

Thom Senzee

Recent arrests of LGBT activists and political overreactions in Russia signal a disconcerting trend that harkens back to the days of the USSR. 

Gay And Lesbian Couples (Almost) Equal to Straight Ones in Estonia
October 10 2014 2:38 PM ET

Former Soviet Nation Gives Same-Sex Couples More Rights

Thom Senzee

Estonia just became the first former Soviet nation to offer legal recognition to same-sex couples.

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