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 Purple Bombers think so. They're trying to change Australia's ultra-macho sports culture.
For a huge number of Australian and New Zealand LGBT athletes, coming out to their teams isn't an option.
This week we investigate Bangladesh's black market for human organs and the rise of homophobia in Uganda.
Nasser El-Ahmad has endured horrible abuse at the hands of his closest relatives, but today he's a gay rights organizer working to move on from his past.
In Queensland and South Australia, if you're a guy who believes you're being hit on by another guy, you can kill that guy and not face a murder charge.
What are the major parties promises to do for Britain's lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans people?
The 66-year-old Nebraskan wants a judge to declare homosexuality a sin.
The results of a five-year-long study have found that 34 percent of young LGB people had made at least one suicide attempt in their lives.
In a country where gay men are subject to anal examinations in police cells and imprisonment because of text messages, Alice Nkom has dedicated herself to helping people find justice in a homophobic system.
The MSM blood ban is enforcing homophobia.
'Tusks: The Orc Dating Sim' explores sexual diversity, ableism in gaming, and our uncomfortable relationship with mental illness.
We talked to the landlord of Wakefield gay pub the Harewood Arms about whether his decision to lend his bar to the right-wing group for party meetings might put some customers off.
Despite Putin's anti-gay propaganda law still going strong, Moscow's LGBT club scene thrives in the shadows. We hit up a couple of gay bars and found that there's hope for gay Russians yet.
We talked with members of the trans community in the UK about the pressure of hiding the fact that they're transgender in order to protect their own safety, while also acknowledging the need for greater trans visibility.
Global warming denial, homophobic literature, and leaflets claiming that foreign aid is actually spent on "giving dance lessons to Africans" were just the tip of the iceberg.
The rapper's homophobic Twitter rant about me revealed how little she knows about gender and sexuality in 21st century America.
Maybe the Dublin school should have invited some gay-bashers to balance things out.
Though attitudes are slowly shifting in the conservative state, gay men who come for lucrative work in the booming Bakken shale formation often feel pressured to keep their identities hidden.
Gay people, Muslims, unaccompanied children, and Mitt Romney all make this week's list.
A British host's social experiment may have opened a dialogue about homophobia, but he's not going to internalize the hatred, and that's a sticking point for myself and other gay people.
More draconian restrictions have been placed on LGBT individuals in a country that has all but criminalized being gay.
By becoming the face of homophobia, the WBC inadvertently helped make being anti-gay look terrible. Now that they are protesting pro-pot legislation, could they hurt the anti-marijuana cause?
AllOut have created an e-petition against the way any whiff of gayness is being removed from the sleeve of the 'Pride' DVD. But, as its director argues, if it makes more wary people watch it, isn't that a good thing?