A month after Uganda repealed its draconian antigay law, Gambia passes an almost identical bill that would put gays behind bars for life in many cases.
A 21-year-old British man has been convicted of attempted murder after he hit his gay flatmate in the head with a hammer at least twice. Amazingly, the victim survived.
After a video of an April same-sex wedding went viral this summer, Egyptian authorities have now arrested seven of the participants in what is being described as Egypt's first gay wedding.
'Good for business' has become a rallying cry for LGBT activists, and multinational corporations interested in the bottom line are taking heed. Will money be the vehicle that drives Western-style equality around the globe?
Christopher Bridger, a former paramedic for Britain's National Health Service gained the trust of women with whom he worked by saying he was gay, then attacked them when they were most vulnerable.
Photographer Oliviero Toscani was appalled when a conservative, homophobic political party in Italy tweeted an image he shot in support of diverse families for a very different campaign.
Crimea's thuggish new leader tells media LGBT people have no place in the former Ukrainian province, where a harsh crackdown is under way.
The social stigma that antigay laws create trickle down to harming our children around the world.
If these two Russian politicians were hoping to drown out the Austrian drag queen's voice, they may want to check the volume on their bigotry.
After months of being rejected for asylum because she had not undergone any gender-confirming surgeries, trans refugee Eliana Rubashkyn says she can finally live as herself in New Zealand.
This week, Denmark became the first country to allow a legal gender change without a medical statement — but advocates say the law isn't perfect.