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Survey forms asking Australians whether they support same-sex marriage are being distributed and analyzed. The Australian Bureau of Statistics is aiming to get the forms out to 16 million voters … more
Two Irish men have married in Dublin to avoid paying €50,000 in inheritance tax on a house. more
The Church of England Synod has issued a call for the government to ban the practice of conversion therapy aiming to change sexual orientation. The church's call to action came after hearing … more
Police have detained dozens of gay and transsexual people in Azerbaijan following a number of raids around Baku, with reports of torture and beatings, local LGBT activists have reported, reports … more
Serbia's first openly gay prime minister joined several hundred activists Sept. 17 at a gay pride march that was held amid tight security in the conservative Balkan country, reports Radul … more
ROME - A Brazilian bishop said July 30 that homosexuality is a “gift from God.” Seeing the reaction his homily generated, Bishop Antônio Carlos Cruz Santos of Caicó then released a statement saying that his … more
The LGBT Community Center in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village was filled with stories, laughs and a few tears on June 23 as current journalists honored editors and reporters who committed their … more
Where is same-sex marriage legal? more
Editor’s Note” In our July-August issue, Louie Marven looked into reports of violence and death directed against LGBT individuals in the Russian territory of Chechnya. We wanted readers to have a … more
The United Nations Human Rights Council has voted to condemn countries who use the death penalty on gay people. Although the resolution passed with 27 countries voting for the measure – 13 … more
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