If even the Isle of Man, also a traditionally conservative country, can step up and embrace equal marriage rights, we need to untangle the political mess that holds Northern Ireland back.
Having a separate event for brown and black LGBTQ people may seem divisive, but we're not yet living in a post-racial utopia that somehow excludes Pride from prejudice.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence formed in the wake of the AIDS epidemic, to help the LGBTQ community heal. Now, they're helping people process what happened in Orlando—while dressed as nuns.
The war on the LGBT community—and free speech in general—in Bangladesh is intensifying with machete attacks from radical Islamists and censorship by the government.
A year after Ireland's historic marriage equality vote, we spoke to journalist Charlie Bird about his intimate new book that chronicles the lives of LGBT people in the traditionally Catholic, conservative country.
We caught up with the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt rising star and celebrity wine seller to talk about pinot, politics, and Lemonade.
A letter from federal officials to school districts across America is going out Friday.
Governor Pat McCrory thinks the Obama administration is trying to bypass Congress and rewrite the law.
It's the only place in the UK where people can't marry whoever they want, regardless of gender, and one movement's fighting the law by playing politicians at their own game.
"I like who I am and wouldn't want to change that. At the same time, I would like it if the world just accepted me the way I am."
"We will not standby and pump revenue into a system that promotes this type of garbage. We respect all sexualities and embrace them," the site said in a statement.
A bill that's supposedly designed to protect the religious freedom of people who disagree with homosexuality has been roundly criticized by LGBT advocates.
Uganda's infamous anti-gay law forced hundreds of LGBT people to flee to Kenya, a country nearly as inhospitable as their home. What can the UN do to protect them?
Check out the trailer for this Friday's episode airing March 11 at 11 PM.
Phyll Opoku-Gyimah rejected her Order of the British Empire membership because of how terribly LGBTI people are treated in the Commonwealth.
Their ban on the emoticons, which include two men holding hands, is only one aspect of the country's entrenched homophobia.
For many refugees, coming out as a homosexual is out of the question, because they are still targets of the same people they feared at home.
Indian-born filmmaker and LGBT activist Parvez Sharma's new documentary A Sinner in Mecca is a rare glimpse at a gay man's journey to Saudi Arabia.
The thought that Paul might be gay never crossed my mind. But I often wondered why he never took the initiative when it came to sex.
Charlie Leslie has turned his Manhattan apartment into a museum full of dicks.
Two couples are currently planning to take their case all the way to the European Court of Human RIghts if necessary.
LGBT Rights Campaigner Peter Tatchell was there, as well as a red-faced Rod Liddle, who suggested most fashion designers are fascists.
On January 29, Australia was placed on the Human Rights Watch list for its treatment of indigenous people, asylum seekers, and the LGBTI community. Where was Tim Wilson when all this was going on?
A Denver bakery faces a religious discrimination complaint after refusing to frost cakes with anti-gay slogans.