Radio Interview - Elation and relief felt by members of Sydney's LGBTIQ community as they celebrated the 'Yes' result.
USA A federal appeals court has rejected a bid by US President Donald Trump's administration to prevent the military from accepting transgender recruits starting January 1, the second court to issue such a ruling this week.
Judge Mitchell Nance breached ethics rules by ruling that same-sex couples could not adopt.
Indonesian minister makes contradictory statements regarding Indonesia's attitude to the LGBTQI community
The fears of rights advocates that the constitutional court would outlaw gay sex and sex outside marriage and set back human rights in the world’s most populous Muslim nation, did not eventuate.
The defector has told CNN, "North Korea society treats these people as abnormal".
Last year Shirleene Robinson, Macquarie University Australia, interviewed a man who had joined the Royal Australian Navy aged 19 in 1967, as Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War escalated.
A hacker who took over the social media accounts of various pro-ISIS groups has described how he has received threats of beheading.
Far-right French politician Marine Le Pen, who has pledged to abolish same-sex marriage, has won a place in the next round of the French presidential election. gainst Emmanuel Macron in a run-off.
Comedian and actor Lavell Crawford, best known for his role as bodyguard and assistant Huell Babineaux on “Breaking Bad,” has some, shall we say, interesting theories on homosexuality.
A 23-year-old, Russian-born violinist named Artem Kolesov is capturing international attention after posting a YouTube video in which he comes out as gay.
South Korean military officials are allegedly conducting an army-wide search for gay men among the country’s troops, after a sex tape between two soldiers was uploaded online, according to an investigation by a non-profit group.
THEY are rounded up in the dead of night by gangs of burly and bearded mercenaries, taken from their beds or nabbed in raids on secretive underground gay social clubs.
Sue Perkins and David Walliams are among those who have criticised Lib Dem leader Tim Farron for being evasive when asked whether being gay is a sin.
There’s been a tendency to lump gay and bisexual men into a single group.