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Taiwan’s historic court ruling this week did more than make it the first place in Asia to let same-sex couples wed: It also widened the political gap with China.
Stories of LGBT+ Adventists and their families have caught the attention of major news organizations, pointing both to the power of the stories an
Sometimes all it takes is a friend to lend a hand, be willing to listen and in doing so say, “I stand by you.” Such is the work of the country’s gay-straight alliances.
It turns out that gay rights at the Central Intelligence Agency may owe as much to Ellen DeGeneres as to an Executive Order.
A gay couple with twins in Taiwan explains why they hope they will eventually be allowed to marry.
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If the island’s legislature doesn’t act in the next two years, same-sex couples can register their marriages with the authorities, the constitutional court said.
TAIWAN’s constitutional court on Wednesday ruled in favour of same-sex unions in a landmark decision that paves the way for the island nation to become the first in Asia to legalise gay marriage.
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A gay couple traveling on Southwest Airlines over the weekend said they were discriminated against after they were denied the family pre-boarding option by a Southwest employee at Buffalo Niagara International Airport, WGRZ-TV reported.
In the midst of what the Governor has called a foster care "crisis" in Texas, state Senators voted to tentatively approve a bill t
Indonesian police detained dozens of men including several foreigners in a weekend raid on a gay sauna in the capital, another sign of growing hostilit
On Saturday, about 200 people rallied in Brighton Beach to protest discrimination in what was described as the country’s first Russian-speaking march for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Activists are at a juncture where they feel threatened for their lives.