The 2013 World Pride Power list was unveiled at a gala dinner held at the Corinthia hotel in London last night.
The Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), the law which allows the U.S. federal government to legally deny same-sex marriages, is unconstitutional, the Supreme Court ruled today, by a vote of 5-4.
America’s top court is expected to deliver rulings today in two high-profile cases with national implications on gay marriage, an issue that stirs cultural, religious and political passions in the United States as elsewhere.
The US state of New Jersey State Assembly on Monday approved a bill that would ban gay conversion therapy.
Stephen Fry, Kevin Spacey and the award-winning artist Nancy Fouts were among the stars who helped Stonewall raise £54,000 at the charity’s annual Summer Party at the Kensington Roof Gardens on Friday (21 June).
Although not often emphasized, a notable gay history exists among classic artworks. The British Museum endeavors to reveal these secrets with their new guide entitled A Little Gay History.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has moved to quash fears of discrimination at Sochi 2014 following the passing of an anti-gay bill in Russia’s Lower House of Parliament last week.
Exodus International, a 37-year-old Christian ministry focused on homosexuality, closed its doors Thursday, one day after its president apologised for its programs aimed at “curing” gay people through prayer and therapy.
The state witness in the trial over the 2009 deadly shooting rampage at a Tel Aviv gay youth centre disappeared from his safe house on Thursday, without coordinating his exit with police.
Russia is on its way to sharply limiting the adoption of children by people from countries that allow same-sex marriage.