LGBT rights activists in India earned a big legal success this week after the country's Supreme Court agreed to reconsider a campaign urging the high court to decriminalize homosexuality.
An Australian ad condemning same-sex marriage, showing a woman with a rainbow colored noose around her neck, is coming under fire by Twitter users, local politicians as well as suicide prevention groups.
An Australian man recently won a landmark case after he was fired for being gay and HIV-positive.
A Frenchman faces prison time for tweets containing an anti-gay death threat and public insults targeting a Paris city official.
"Therapists" with ties to a shuttered group that said it could turn gays straight say they have found a haven for their work in Israel.
The Pussy Riot punk provocateur band is punching back at the Russian government.
Sticking to its controversial "homosexual propaganda" law, the Russian government fined a gay rights activist after giving LGBT teens advice on social media.
India's top court on Tuesday agreed to re-examine a colonial-era law that makes homosexual acts punishable by up to a decade in prison.
A total of six countries located in the Middle East have banned the transgender drama "The Danish Girl."
While thirteen of the world's nineteen countries to offer same-sex marriage are in Europe, Italy remains steadfastly opposed to even basic recognition. Now, though, that could all change.