The investigation prompted false reports of the closure of the Refugee Law Project, based at Uganda's Makere University.
Heavyweights in the fashion industry put their foot down on an event put on by the company owned by the antigay sultan of Brunei.
The parents claim the placement conflicts with the children's Slovakian and Catholic heritage, but a U.K. judge nixed their appeal.
An African Commission on human rights adopted a resolution pledging to fight for LGBT equality and oppose anti-LGBT laws on the continent.
Both women will be listed on their children's birth certificates, while the sperm donor's name will be removed as the father.
Zakhele Mbhele becomes the first openly gay person to serve in South Africa's parliament, and the 203rd openly gay parliamentarian in history.
After coming out this weekend in a popular national publication, Carlos Bruce looks to change the way LGBT people are perceived in the largely conservative nation of Peru.