The LGBT community has been harassed for years in Uganda. This is why the first Gay Pride organized on August 4th in Entebbe was praised worldwide.
The U.S. government is withholding funds to Honduran law enforcement units directly supervised by their new national police chief until the U.S. can investigate allegations that he ran a death squad a decade ago, according to a State Department report released this week.
Last week we told you how GaymerCon, the LGBT-focused gaming and tech convention beat its Kickstarter goal in just four days and has been galvanzing gay and gay-friendly gamers across the country.
Jay Kallio, a former EMT who is disabled with kidney failure, rheumatoid arthritis and now cancer, has struggled to get good medical care, but being transgender stood in the way.
Errant golf balls can often be found in the Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church parking lot, according to the Rev. Bonnie Wilcox. But it’s believed that the one found Saturday with an anti-gay slur written on it wasn’t just a misplayed shot.
Despite huge progress in public attitudes towards Britain’s 3.7 million lesbian, gay and bisexual people, news stories about homophobia in the media and among politicians and church leaders show there remains a lot to be done.
The Log Cabin Republicans were quick to defend Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) on Saturday upon the announcement he would be Mitt Romney’s running mate in the presidential election.
Frederick police say vandals put stickers promoting marriage equality and a gay pride flag on the windows of a Chick-fil-A restaurant.
Steven and Roger Ham wanted to ensure the children they’d adopted out of foster care would get all the same benefits that adoptees of a straight couple would have — not an easy thing to do in Arizona.
If a country, Team Gay would have finished tied with Mexico and Ethiopia in total medals. Over a third of all out athletes won a medal, surpassing Team USA.
Mitt Romney’s running mate is a man who, like Romney himself, once supported gay rights — and I do mean just one time — only to run far away when he needed to genuflect before cultural conservatives.
Despite a shock exit from the 10m platform semi-final yesterday, Matthew Mitcham, one of the very few openly gay male Olympians says that he has decided not to retire from sport after the London 2012 Olympics.
When Mitt Romney ran for Senate back in 1994, he argued that the issue of gay rights “should become a mainstream concern,” promising gay rights supporters in Massachusetts that he would do more for their cause than then-Senator Ted Kennedy.
Australian swimmer turned BBC commentator Ian Thorpe doesn’t seem to have a straight answer when it comes to his sexuality.