Denmark, the country which pioneered gay rights by legalizing civil unions in 1989, has now passed a law allowing gay couples to marry in any church they choose.
It has been decided in the Cicrcuit Court of Appeals that the legal battle over California’s Proposition 8 will now go to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Photograph: Jim Urquhart/Reuters Utah Gay Pride last weekend received unexpected support in the form of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Two days before the kick off of Euro 2012 is hosted in the Ukraine and Poland, gay rights campaigners AllOut.org members are joining with the first openly gay professional football player in Germany, Marcus Urban, in urging German Chancellor Angela Merkel to use Euro 2012 to denounce human rights violations and Continue Reading
A Canadian porn actor who filmed himself murdering his boyfriend, severed his limbs and then posted them to Canadian politicians was seized in Berlin this week. In a gruesome cannibal twist, police now believe video footage of the killing also shows the victim being eaten.
Musician and actress Queen Latifah has dismissed rumours that she is gay.
The latest statistics from the Health Protection Agency (HPA) have found a 2% rise in sexually transmitted infection (STI) in England in 2011, with 427,000 cases reversing the small decline observed in 2010.
A US appeals court will decide on Tuesday whether it will revisit the constitutionality of the Proposition 8 gay marriage ban in California, or let the US Supreme Court settle the issue.
The acclaimed London-based artist and LGBT activist Ajamu has just launched his ‘Do Something Fierce Challenge’.
In recent weeks, several videos of homophobia and anti-gay sentiment in American Churches have surfaced on the internet. Now a Maryland-based pastor has gone so far as to say he “kind of likes” the idea of killing LGBT people.