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Chinese Film Festival Pushes for End to Gender Inequality

By Louise Watt | Sep 20
The nine-day festival features more than 30 Chinese and international films about women's rights, women's achievements and gay women, which are then slated to be shown in more than 10 cities across China.

Islamic State Claiming Attacks Reflects Influence Obsession

By Michael Tarm | Sep 20
Islamic State militants rarely miss a chance to claim at least partial credit for apparent terrorist attacks on U.S. soil, from June's deadly mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, to the stabbing of 10 people in a Minnesota shopping mall Saturday.

Utah State Senator's Summer Visit to Iran Sparks Firestorm

By Jon Gambrell | Sep 19
An openly gay Utah state senator who traveled to Iran last week has set off a firestorm there, where hard-liners accuse him of being "part of a major Western project to infiltrate" the country as authorities imprison others with ties abroad.

Court to Rule on Same-Sex Marriage in Conservative Romania

Sep 19
A same-sex couple has asked Romania's Constitutional Court to legally recognize them as married, which would be a landmark and surprising ruling. Commentators predict the court will reject their case this week.

Police Cordon Off Central Belgrade for Pride March

Sep 18
Thousands of Serbian riot police have cordoned off central Belgrade for a gay pride march amid fears of attacks from extremists in the predominantly conservative Balkan country.

National Organization for Marriage Seeks to Export Hate to Mexico

Sep 14
Facing increasing state-side irrelevance in the wake of the 2015 United States Supreme Court decision legalizing same-sex marriage, the anti-LGBT National Organization for Marriage (NOM) is now taking their hate show to Mexico with a useless petition.

Australian Parliament Gets Bill to Set Up Gay Marriage Vote

By Rod McGuirk | Sep 14
Australia's prime minister introduced legislation to Parliament on Wednesday that would allow a public but non-binding vote on gay marriage early next year.

Argentina First to Approve Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Drug

By EDGE | Sep 13
Hemispherx Biopharma, Inc. announced that it has received approval to market its drug rintatolimod (Ampligen) for chronic fatigue in Argentina.

Gay Senator Opposes Australian Plan for Marriage Equality

By Rod McGuirk | Sep 13
Government plans to hold an opinion poll in February on whether gay marriage should be legalized in Australia suffered a blow on Tuesday when a gay government senator announced that he opposed the plan.

American Anti-Gay Pastor Barred from Entering South Africa Over Hate Speech

Sep 13
South Africa has barred an American pastor who has made anti-gay comments from entering the country.

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