India’s Supreme Court has agreed to hear pleas against the controversial sodomy law that recently re-criminalized gay sex. In July 2009, the Delhi High Court overturned a colonial-era ban on same-sex intercourse.
Gay activist and politician Harvey Milk will be honored with a U.S. Postal Service stamp, 36 years after his assassination.
A dozen states still have anti-sodomy laws on the books 10 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled they are unconstitutional.
The country’s largest city without an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance looks to change that with a new draft policy, proposed by the city’s first LGBT mayor.
With a tight budget and a humble autorickshaw, a pioneering Indian transgender is campaigning in her southern hometown for a seat in parliament, just days after the country’s highest court recognised “third gender” people.
India’s Naz Foundation is appealing to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of India over the criminalization of homosexuality…
Robert Mugabe promised that Zimbabwe will not tolerate Western ideas about the equality of LGBT people, nor will it welcome diplomats who share those perspectives.
Six of seven state Republican committee members who blasted the former GOP chairman for endorsing marriage equality are handed pink slips.
"No one should be discriminated against on the basis of their sexual orientation” Zambia’s First Lady Christine Kaseba-Sata defends LGBT rights in Africa
Citizens and visitors alike would be fingerprinted and anyone refusing could be deported and banned from visiting for 15 years. That’s the least scary thing about this dangerous law.
This week, we’re outraged about lawmakers in Louisiana, Utah, Arizona, and Brunei who insist on making it even harder for LGBT people to live and love as they want.
A bill that would have prevented same-sex attracted young people from being subjected to attempts to alter their sexual orientation has been voted down in Illinois.
The state’s House of Representatives, facing pressure from the Christian right, votes down a repeal of the unconstitutional, unenforceable law that has nonetheless continued to be used as grounds…
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