Barnardo’s, the charity that supports vulnerable children and young people, have launched a ground-breaking scheme today to provide schools and local communities with the tools they need to reduce homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying.
George Klippert was the last man in Canada to be convicted of homosexuality before it was legalised in 1969. He was given a life sentence simply for being gay.
Former Olympian, Ian Thorpe, will host a three-part series set to air on the ABC focusing on bullying.
Tangerine star Mya Taylor made history last night at the Spirit Awards, becoming the first transgender actress to win a major film award.
In 2010, Shrinivas Ramchandra Siras, a Marathi language professor at Aligarh Muslim University in northern India, was suspended after a sting operation caught him at home being intimate with his male lover.
Caitlyn Jenner announced via Instagram that she has officially partnered with MAC cosmetics, and is releasing a limited edition lipstick called ‘Finally Free’.
Years & Years lead singer Olly Alexander has posted part of an acceptance speech on Instagram he originally penned for the Brits.
Amid the continuing #OscarsSoWhite outcry over diversity, transgender singer Anohni has also announced she is to boycott the event after being snubbed from the list of performers.
Italy’s Senate passed a historic bill on Thursday granting legal recognition to civil unions for same-sex couples. But gay and lesbian groups denounced the watered-down legislation as a betrayal.
Anthony Watson, President and Chief Executive Officer at Uphold Inc, has been placed in the number one position of the top 50 most influential, UK-based, LGBT business executives.