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The Inter-American Court of Human Rights ruled that Costa Rica must recognize marriage equality, and full rights for same-sex couples, in a decision that’s binding on 20 Latin American and … more
The first Chechen man to come out as gay has said that he was forced to issue an apology to the leader and people of Chechnya last month after receiving threats to his family, according to The Moscow … more
Cuban President Raul Castro is due to step down in April after his successor is chosen by an elected governing council, known as the Council of State, which is formed by the National Assembly. more
Jesus Christianity has admitted to communicating threats at people on their way to a pride event South Wales Police, reports Jeff Taylor. A man named Jesus Christianity, who made a bomb threat … more
A marriage-equality bill is pending in Congress and come March 11 both houses will have majority support for marriage equality, even as a new president takes office who has little interest … more
With Stephen Hawkins’ death, it is important to acknowledge how he supported LGBT civil rights. Alex Bollinger, LGBT Nation, notes that the renowned physicist is best known in the academy for … more
Asylum seekers must not be subjected to psychological tests to determine whether they are homosexual, the European Union’s top court has ruled. Tests to determine sexual orientation are … more
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has issued a new open letter, signed by many other religious leaders, rejecting the legitimacy of transgender identities. Titled “Created … more
The Olympics is an incredible opportunity for the world to synchronize its attention on a pressing issue, but this year Team USA is creating tension even within the United States. For the two … more
The Indian Supreme Court's Jan. 8 decision to re-examine its own 2013 ruling re-instating the nation's ban on gay sex is moving fast. more
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