The European Union’s highest court has ruled that in EU countries where gay couples can’t marry, they must get the same benefits as married people if they enter into civil partnerships.
Russian President Vladimir Putin used his state-of-the-nation address on Thursday to defend conservative values, referring obliquely to his government’s anti-gay stance as he chided the West for treating "good and evil" equally.
India’s law minister said Thursday that the government has not abandoned efforts to make homosexuality legal, saying the country must take swift action to challenge a Supreme Court decision banning same-sex relations.
When a child is born to or adopted by an LGBT worker (or workers), one thing’s for sure: It’s damn hard to get time off.
A Southern California city is gearing up for a heated debate over a Vietnamese new year’s parade that would exclude the community’s gay and lesbian residents.
Vancouver, Canada, councilor Tim Stevenson, who is openly gay, announced on Wednesday that he will go to the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, despite the country’s anti-gay laws.
A bisexual activist facing deportation from England to Russia was released from detention after thousands signed a petition.
A Festivus pole made of Pabst Blue Ribbon beer cans is on display at the Capitol across the rotunda from a Nativity scene.
Elton John came under fire recently when he announced that he would perform in Russia, just a few months before the Winter Olympics. The pop star, who spoke out for LGBT rights during his show, further explained why he went to Russia in a statement.
Are you Queer? Well, if you are there’s an app for that. Quist, which launched this past summer, is a smart phone application designed to educate the LGBTQ community on its history and important milestones.