Italian Lesbian Couple Win Right to Legally Adopt Daughter
September 02 2014 2:28 PM ET

Italian Lesbians Win Adoption Victory

Mitch Kellaway

Despite its refusal to support same-sex couples through marriage equality, an Italian court conceded that stable, loving parents, LGBT or not, may be in a child's best interests.

BREAKING: The WHO Might Finally Rule Homosexuality is Not a Mental Disorder
September 01 2014 10:48 AM ET

WHO Might Finally Rule Homosexuality Not a Mental Disorder

Diane Anderson-Minshall

After decades of keeping five mental health disorders classified as related to homosexuality, a panel of experts urges the international community to make swift changes.

BBC Personality's Affair Sparks Headlines in British Press
August 31 2014 3:26 PM ET

BBC Personality's Affair Sparks Headlines in British Press

Lucas Grindley

Paul Ross is taking time off from his role at BBC after the affair made headlines.

Jamaican Who Challenged Buggery Law Bullied Out of Supreme Court
August 30 2014 1:20 PM ET

Jamaican Who Challenged Buggery Law Bullied Out of Supreme Court

Thom Senzee

A man has withdrawn his Supreme Court case against Jamaica's antigay law out of fear for his safety.

Swiss Gay Fathers Granted Parental Recognition in Landmark Surrogacy Ruling
August 30 2014 10:01 AM ET

Gay Dads Recognized in Landmark Swiss Surrogacy Ruling

Mitch Kellaway

While surrogacy remains illegal in Switzerland, two gay fathers fought — and won — precedent-setting parental rights by crossing their homeland's borders.

13 Russian Kids Reunited with Families Blocked by Anti-LGBT Adoption Laws
August 30 2014 9:17 AM ET

13 Russian Kids Finally Reunite with Parents

Mitch Kellaway

With Russia still banning adoptions by couples from any country that supports equal marriage, 13 families finally found a closure that continues to elude thousands.

WATCH: Explaining U.K.-Scotland Relationship as Gay Romantic Comedy
August 29 2014 6:52 PM ET

WATCH: Explaining U.K.-Scotland Relationship as Gay Romantic Comedy

Thom Senzee

A British director envisions the ongoing debate over the separation of Scotland from the United Kingdom as the relationship of a pair of bickering boyfriends. 

Ecuadorian President Defends Civil Union Rights
August 28 2014 3:56 PM ET

Ecuadorian President: Respect Civil Unions or Get Fired

Thom Senzee

Same-sex and opposite-sex couples in Ecuador will have equal access to legal relationship recognition in the form of civil unions beginning September 15.

Italy: Restaurant Fires Server for Printing Antigay Slur on Check
August 27 2014 1:55 PM ET

Italian Waiter Fired for Antigay Slur on Receipt

Thom Senzee

A group of four gay men in Italy got more than a bill when the check for their meals arrived — reports say the waiter actually printed a warning that the table contained 'faggots' on the receipt.

Ugandan Activists Doubt Claims of Death by Stoning
August 26 2014 3:52 PM ET

Were LGBT Ugandans Really Stoned to Death? 

Thom Senzee

Mainline LGBT activists doubt the claims and worry that false reports will provide ammunition for homophobic forces looking to rally others against LGBT Ugandans. 

Athens: Gay Couple Beaten by Homophobic Mob
August 25 2014 2:13 PM ET

Athens: Gay Couple Beaten by Homophobic Mob

Michelle Garcia

A man in Athens had to undergo surgery after he and his partner were beaten by a homophobic mob.

PHOTOS: Dublin Marches for Marriage Equality
August 25 2014 11:52 AM ET

PHOTOS: Dublin Marches for Marriage Equality

Organizers are hoping this year's march will mark the final time LGBT-supportive Irish citizens have to take to the street to advocate for marriage equality.

WATCH: 'Horrors' of Marriage Equality Hit Home In Irish Parody
August 24 2014 4:33 PM ET

WATCH: Irish Marriage Equality Will Bring 'Armagayddon'

Thom Senzee

An Irish LGBT group has taken the claims of antigay activists who think marriage equality will destroy society to their logical conclusion in a biting parody. 

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