Recent arrests of LGBT activists and political overreactions in Russia signal a disconcerting trend that harkens back to the days of the USSR.
Estonia just became the first former Soviet nation to offer legal recognition to same-sex couples.
Ultra-rightists in France are crying vive la difference over parental rights for straight versus same-sex couples.
Olympian Greg Rutherford tweeted his disgust after a gay friend encountered housing discrimination.
Aceh province in the world's largest Muslim-majority country has a new law that calls for 100 lashes for same-sex activity.
A landmark new study finds that HIV actually emerged in Congo in the 1920s. Check out three debunked HIV-origin theories of the past.
Identities are obscured in the outdoor art installation, but critics are still angry.
Performers in Russia have repeatedly been faced with threats for speaking in favor of LGBT equality.
A new PSA draws attention to a truly global issue: strict requirements for updating one's legal identification.
As the United Nations Human Rights Council last week passed another resolution condemning discrimination against LGBT people, it's time to ask whether past efforts have made a difference.