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Istanbul Pride March to Go on Despite Governor's Ban

Istanbul Pride March to Go on Despite Governor's Ban

Jun 25
Activists for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights say they will march for Pride in Istanbul, despite a ban by the governor's office.

Gay Marriage to be on New Malta Government's Agenda

Gay Marriage to be on New Malta Government's Agenda

By Stephen Calleja | Jun 25
Malta's new government is pledging to push quickly for the legalization of gay marriage, the tiny EU nation's head of state said on Saturday.

Dozens of Serbia Gays Say Election of Gay PM to be Historic

Dozens of Serbia Gays Say Election of Gay PM to be Historic

Jun 25
Several dozen Serbian gays, lesbians and transgender people marched on Saturday in Belgrade, hailing the expected election of a first openly gay prime minister as historic for the Balkan country.

Teenage Boy from Mumbai Slum Dances Way to NY Ballet School

Teenage Boy from Mumbai Slum Dances Way to NY Ballet School

By Manish Mehta | Jun 24
The son of a welder from this city's slums had a dream few Indians dared to dream - to dance with the New York City Ballet.

Jordan to Cancel 'Marry The Victim' Clause Shielding Rapists

Jordan to Cancel 'Marry The Victim' Clause Shielding Rapists

By Alice Su | Jun 24
A pregnant 15-year-old who had been raped by a brother-in-law decided to marry her attacker, hoping this would shield her from other male relatives who might kill her in the name of "family honor."

Madrid Hosts - and Debates - Global Gay Pride

Madrid Hosts - and Debates - Global Gay Pride

By Aritz Parra | Jun 23
Madrid is gearing up to be the world capital of gay pride, a colorful mixture of commercialism and all-night partying that has brought vindication for sexual and gender diversity and created fissures among LGBT activists.

Report: Former Gay Porn Star, Convicted Cannibal Killer, to Marry Inmate

Report: Former Gay Porn Star, Convicted Cannibal Killer, to Marry Inmate

Jun 23
They found love in a hopeless place.

Venice's First Female Gondolier Announces He's Transgender

Venice's First Female Gondolier Announces He's Transgender

Jun 23
A gondolier who made headlines a decade ago for being the first woman to enter the male-dominated cadre of Venice's canal rowers has announced he is transgender.

Serbia Ruling Party Gathers Support for Proposed Gay PM

Serbia Ruling Party Gathers Support for Proposed Gay PM

By Jovana Gec | Jun 23
Serbia's first openly gay and female prime minister is set to take office in the staunchly conservative country next week after ruling populists mustered majority support for her in Parliament.

Toilet Charity Gets Indian Village to Take on Trump's Name

Toilet Charity Gets Indian Village to Take on Trump's Name

By Vaishnavee Sharma | Jun 23
"I don't understand why they couldn't name it after our own prime minister," said construction worker Sajid Hussain.

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