The International Olympic Committee will not be bothered by the arrest of more than a dozen peaceful protesters in Moscow and St. Petersburg on Friday.
Russia may have adopted a few modern trappings, but this in-depth look examines how LGBT lives there have only gotten worse in the last several decades.
A team of antigay lawmakers 'with medical backgrounds' have prepared a report for Uganda's president that claims to have scientific evidence that homosexuality is 'culturally acquired' and curable.
The activists, demonstrating at the Olympic countdown clock in St. Petersburg, were quickly cited by police officers.
Russian deputy prime minister Dmitry Kozak echoed President Putin's remarks, saying adults have a right to 'understand their sexual activity,' but adding, 'Please do not touch kids. That’s the only thing.'
In the first Pride celebration since India's Supreme Court recriminalized gay sex, LGBT Indians came out in droves.
The demonstration was designed to persuade the state Senate to pass gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination protections.
In a rare move for the Russian judicial system, three men were convicted of brutally murdering a man they perceived to be gay.
Organizers of the St. Patrick's Day Parade in South Boston say LGBT organizations are banned from participating because they 'are sending out the wrong messages.'