The World's First Gay Prince on India's Colonial Hangover
May 07 2014 8:00 AM ET

The World's First Gay Prince on India's Colonial Hangover

Sunnivie Brydum

Indian Crown Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil is dedicated to carrying on the legacy of Gandhi by fighting for truth, freedom, and LGBT equality.

It's Complicated: LGBT India Since 2003
May 07 2014 7:00 AM ET

It's Complicated: LGBT India Since 2003

Advocate.com Editors

For India and LGBT rights, it's three steps forward and two steps back.

First LGBT Ugandans to Face Trial for 'Sex Against the Order of Nature'
May 06 2014 5:17 PM ET

First LGBT Ugandans to Face Trial for Gay Sex

Sunnivie Brydum

Two LGBT Ugandans will face a first-of-its-kind trial for violating a colonial-era penal code that prohibits 'carnal knowledge against the order of nature.'

PHOTOS: The World's First Lesbian Cemetery
May 06 2014 4:00 AM ET

PHOTOS: The World's First Lesbian Cemetery

Alex Panisch

For women who prefer the company of women — even after death.

PHOTOS: Protest Against Sultan-Owned Beverly Hills Hotel
May 05 2014 8:41 PM ET

PHOTOS: Protest Against Sultan-Owned Beverly Hills Hotel

Neal Broverman

Dozens demonstrated on Monday in front of the "Pink Palace" to voice anger at the owner, the Sultan of Brunei, who's ready to stone people for gay sex and adultery.

Report: Russia Blacklisting U.S. Gay Political Funders
May 03 2014 1:37 PM ET

Report: Russia Blacklisting U.S. Gay Political Funders

Trudy Ring

The Daily Beast reports that some big LGBT donors to President Obama's election campaigns have been barred from entering Russia.

Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Law Takes Effect in Crimea
May 01 2014 1:21 PM ET

Russia's 'Gay Propaganda' Law Takes Effect in Crimea

Daniel Reynolds

Authorities have canceled a Pride march and are planning more serious measures to eradicate the 'experimental practice of sodomy' in Crimea, which recently voted to become part of Russia.

Brunei Phasing In Antigay Law; Will Soon Allow Death by Stoning
April 30 2014 6:55 PM ET

Brunei Phasing In Antigay Law; Nears Death by Stoning

Michelle Garcia

Despite a global outcry of opposition, Brunei will eventually punish gay sex and other 'offenses' with death by stoning under a law beginning its phase-in Thursday.

New Ugandan Law to Crack Down on NGOs 'Promoting Bad Homosexuality'
April 29 2014 5:10 PM ET

New Ugandan Law to Crack Down on NGOs 'Promoting Homosexuality'

Sunnivie Brydum

The Anti-Homosexuality Act allows for the imprisonment of leaders of nongovernmental agencies that work with the LGBT community, but a new law could make punishments even harsher.

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