Vietnam's First Generation of LGBT Pride
July 17 2014 4:00 AM ET

Vietnam's First Generation of LGBT Pride

Karen Hewell

After decades of censorship, repression, and human rights violations, a new generation of Vietnamese activists is pushing the country forward on LGBT visibility.

Malawi Can't Afford to Enforce Its Antigay Law
July 16 2014 6:50 PM ET

This African Country Can't Afford to Enforce Its Antigay Law

Thom Senzee

With a potential 14-year prison and hard-labor sentence hanging over their heads, gay Malawians are getting a reprieve from fear of arrest, as a government official says the state can't afford to jail LGBT people.

Australians Poll Most Supportive of Marriage Equality, Despite Nationwide Ban
July 15 2014 5:53 PM ET

Which Nation Supports Equal Marriage, But Doesn't Allow It?

Thom Senzee

Seven in 10 Australians now support same-sex marriage, despite the fact that such unions are illegal in the country.

WATCH: Archbishop Desmond Tutu Condemns 'New Apartheid'
July 14 2014 6:38 PM ET

WATCH: Why Would Desmond Tutu Rather Go to Hell? 

Thom Senzee

Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who fought South African racial apartheid while the late Nelson Mandela was doing the same from prison, speaks passionately against homophobia, calling it the 'new apartheid.'

WATCH: Four Youth Arrested, Forced to Explain Gay Sex in Equatorial Guinea
July 14 2014 4:07 PM ET

WATCH: 4 African Teens Arrested, Forced to Explain Gay Sex

Thom Senzee

A Spanish YouTuber claims it has become commonplace for Equatorial Guinea television to parade men arrested for homosexuality before viewers to explain themselves.

Italian Mayor Wants to Ban Gay Kissing in Public
July 14 2014 1:50 PM ET

Italian Mayor Says 'No Thanks' To Gay PDA

Thom Senzee

One Italian mayor thinks waving a dead fish in Parliament is totally acceptable, but can't stand the sight of two gay people kissing.

Tech Pioneer Revives Unsolved Mystery Around Gay Brother's Death
July 14 2014 4:00 AM ET

Tech Pioneer Revives Mystery Around Gay Brother's Death

Thom Senzee

Internet guru Steve Johnson fought for years until his brother's death was reclassified by police from a suicide to an unsolved homicide. But he's still fighting for justice.

Singapore Libraries Remove Three LGBT-Inclusive Kids' Books
July 12 2014 2:48 PM ET

Singapore Libraries Remove Three LGBT-Inclusive Kids' Books

Trudy Ring

Books featuring gay penguin dads and other same-sex parents draw complaints from a patron, and authorities respond.

Rob Ford Doesn't Want to Know How to House Homeless LGBT Youth
July 11 2014 5:35 PM ET

Rob Ford Doesn't Want to Know How to House Homeless LGBT Youth

Thom Senzee

Toronto's mayor didn't see it fit to vote for a no-cost study on the feasibility of providing shelter space for homeless LGBT youth.

Uganda: Students Arrested for 'Promoting Homosexuality'
July 10 2014 6:43 PM ET

Uganda: Students Arrested for 'Promoting Homosexuality'

Thom Senzee

A teacher, two businessman, and two students have been taken by police for allegedly violating Uganda's draconian new Anti-Homosexuality Act.

WATCH: Neo-Nazis Attack Gay Club in Ukraine
July 09 2014 3:27 PM ET

WATCH: Bouncer Beats Back Neo-Nazis at Kiev Gay Club

Thom Senzee

A violent gang of skinheads tried to force their way into a gay club in Ukraine's capital on Monday.

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