The last time Bangkok held a pride festival was 2006.
Recently, two candidates for the Australian One Nation party were caught making vitriolic statements online regarding the LGBTI community. If only they knew what...
“The more silent we remain, the more we die.”
The Air Force vet was discharged in 1948 for “undesirable habits and traits of character".
Since 2009, there has been a 400% increase in people seeking asylum in the UK because of their sexuality.
The lifetime ban has been swapped for a 12 month deferral.
The Cabinet says it did not want to cause “social problems”.
“Bring your flyest rainbow gear and your booty/body shaking skills!” the invite reads.
"Alongside the marginalisation and discrimination that people living with a disability face every day, any discussion of sex is still a taboo subject."
Sexuality has been defined for so many of us over history, and it’s time to rethink the way we talk about sexuality to each other.
“It is an embarrassment that we don’t have access to PrEP via the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme in Australia.”
“You’re not alone. There are many people out there just like you. You will always be loved for whoever you are.”
The boy's uncle told local media that Itaberli Lozano’s mother never accepted his sexuality.
Former US military intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning, who is serving 35 years in prison for passing classified files to WikiLeaks, will be freed in months the...
While there are signs that things are improving for LGBT+ Israeli people, it will be a long time before equality is achieved.
"The police justify their actions as 'taking back' the park for families and children, but much of the cruising takes place when families aren’t in public places...
With so much conversation about the various bathroom bills being introduced across the United States, let's check in with the state of transgender bathroom access...
"It's a matter of life and death."
According to survey data, a record number of Americans identify as LGBTQIA+.
"Our capacity to recover quickly from hardship, and to use this hardship as a driving force for change, is often what has defined us." Simon Copland discusses the...