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Uruguay grants asylum for the very first time based on sexual identity, and more in this month’s collection of good news from around the globe!
A bunch of LGBT folks love Pope Francis. But when you look at his recent record on LGBT rights, there’s not really much to love. Let’s take a closer look…
A survey of nearly 10,000 gay European men shows that many of them want PrEP to prevent HIV, but only one European country provides it.
The single paragraph dedicated to LGBT rights doesn’t specifically mention workplace protections, but the larger platform has lots of good progressive values.
The United Nations Secretary General opposes anti-LGBT violence and discrimination in a newly released ad.
It’s always important to not just fight the world’s injustices, but to reflect on victories as well.
A sexy singer from an anti-gay country is heavily favored to win the world’s gayest singing competition. If he does, here’s what happens next.
While the fight over transphobic “bathroom bills” continues in different states, at least trans students can now pee with fewer troubles!
Bernie Sanders is headed to the Vatican — but was he invited, or did he invite himself? And is the GOP actually about to accept LGBTs?
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Five men who worked for Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay Bookstore, a shop that distributes literature critical of the Chinese Communist Party, have gone missing.
An Oregon teacher won a large settlement for anti-gay harrassment and firing, but until civil rights laws in this country change, he may not be the last.
FIFA 16, the new entry in the video game series, will feature women’s teams for the first time. Many men find this objectionable. What’s not? Real slavery.
Gay people getting married? (Next they’ll be allowed to vote and pay taxes.) Shouldn’t all…
Now that the United Nations is officially in the business of recognizing LGBT rights as…
In a stunning development for worldwide LGBT rights, 85 nations signed a joint declaration last…