In a study comparing the experiences of gay men from America and Africa, researchers found that Americans face much more stigma than one might expect.
Meet Viktor Zimmerman, the director of the Gay Homeland Foundation and a man with a vehement plan to establish a gay-led country.
The names are the same, but the political ideologies of their creators couldn't be more different.
We spoke to some of the people who ran and visited a Labour-funded LGBT space that opened 30 years ago before dying a premature death in the 90s.
Teaching LGBTQ history in public schools represents something much deeper than just that—it's the affirmation of the personhood of LGBTQ students.
Remembering Paragraph 175, the outrageous law which persecuted German gay men long after the fall of Nazi rule.
RuPaul was barely out of diapers when Walter Cole first took the stage. Thirty-nine years later, he's still the top queen in Portland.
Patrick Haggerty unwittingly released the first gay country album in America with Lavender Country in 1973. Life's been a strange trip ever since.
The Indiana governor has a long history of opposing rights for LGBTQ people.
"The designation will create the first official National Park Service unit dedicated to telling the story of LGBT Americans," the White House said in a statement.
Donald Trump has shown more willingness to reach out to the gay community than most Republicans, but LGBTQ people who support the candidate say they're often mocked and ostracized for their political beliefs.
On Sunday, America was forced to recall that there's always someone who wants to murder you just for being gay.
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.
The organizers of LA Pride sparked controversy after rebranding Pride into a music festival featuring headliners Carly Rae Jepsen and Charlie XCX.
There's a long-established conspiracy theory that underground gay networks are secretly plotting to fuck things up for everyone.
Most of Scotland's political parties are led by people who aren't straight, and almost everyone seems to be cool with that.
"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."
The homeless LGBTQ youth population of Jamaica have been "traumatized, re-traumatized, and traumatized ten times on top of that."
I didn't feel as righteous as you might think.
Their ban on the emoticons, which include two men holding hands, is only one aspect of the country's entrenched homophobia.
An increasing number of young celebrities are labeling themselves "queer." But what does this mean for the queer community?
A new gay-positive approach online doesn't hide the fact that tabloids still relish spinning stories out of famous people's sexualities.
Anti-gay laws, attacks, and evangelism are all part of the increasingly dangerous witch hunt against Uganda's LGBTQ community.