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Five of India’s most famous out citizens put their careers at risk in trying to decriminalize homosexuality in an appeal to the nation's Supreme Court.
Enjoy time off in Tennessee, where you get to “sing a sad country song about your gay friends being refused counseling services,” promises Funny or Die's latest satirical video.
This pro-LGBT video capitalizes on Hillary Clinton's famous declaration: “Gay rights are human rights, and human rights are gay rights.”
A new study shows that having direct conversations with LGBT people and their allies helps voters be less prejudiced against the LGBT community.
Atlanta’s city council spoke out against North Carolina’s new anti-LGBT law, asking the NBA to reconsider Charlotte as the host city for the 2017 All-Star Game.
Master Seaman Francis Legar became the first member of the Canadian Navy to kiss someone of the same-sex, Corey Vautour, as part of the ceremonial homecoming tradition.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich might just be the only GOP candidate who is not in favor of overturning the marriage equality decision, but he won't say much about LGBT rights beyond that.
Just when you thought it might permanently decriminalize homosexuality, the Malawian government reinstates its antigay laws
Jim Obergefell, a leading advocate for marriage equality, and the world's most famous trans model talk about the adversities faced by transgender people.
Ben Melzer will make history as the first out trans man to be featured on the European edition of Men's Health.
The editors responsible for removing the image of two Chinese men kissing contend it was for the safety of their staff and to abide by restrictive laws concerning 'blasphemy' in Pakistan.