The stories of his LGBT friends motivate Raúl Alcaraz Ochoa to work as an activist for ending detentions and deportations.
The news this week from Rome doesn’t indicate unequivocal support for LGBT people, but it’s line with a shift in tone that’s marked Pope Francis’s tenure. Here are some other examples.
Homophobe Scott Lively is featured prominently in a twisted ‘documentary’ produced by Arkady Mamontov, the antigay Russian TV host who thinks gays can rain meteorites down on earth.
Though there is improvement, too many LGBT patients are still suffering because of discrimination by hospitals, according to the Human Rights Campaign.
A student production of John Cariani’s Almost, Maine has been deemed inappropriate for what the principal calls ‘sexually-explicit overtones and multiple sexual innuendos.’
On the eve of the international day of solidarity with LGBT Egyptians, be mindful of how our brothers and sisters abroad still need our support.
The dispute over Houston’s LGBT-inclusive equal rights ordinance has extended to the pulpit. Houston city attorneys recently subpoenaed sermons by several local pastors who oppose the measure and are tied to conservative Christian activists.
Tanayshia Price, a 15-year-old black student who identifies as queer, says she has been suspended from school more times than she can count.
As far as equal rights have come in the last few years, up to a third of LGBTQ people are still subjected to “conversion therapy,” among the most damaging forms of psychological abuse a person can endure.
The US Embassy to the Kyrgyz Republic has warned the central government in Bishkek that it would be a backwards move for the former Soviet state to pass a Russia style ban on public discussion of LGBT…
Police are searching for a suspect in connection with a hate crime in Brooklyn after a gay man was attacked with a hammer in his building.
South Africa’s controversial first gay-friendly mosque, which also allows Christian worshippers and women to lead prayers, was damaged by a fire overnight, its founder and the police said Saturday.
A young gay rights activist has filed what is believed to be the first federal lawsuit challenging the U. S. Food and Drug Administration’s ban on gay and bisexual men from donating blood.
The United States has condemned Kyrgyzstan for planning to adopt legislation to ban “gay propaganda,” saying the law discriminates and…
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