Plaintiff was outed in viral online video that ‘affected the company’s image’
Tibet ranks among the least accepting
Complainant advised the representative that she is openly gay, and that she desires to travel with her partner
The survey found that more than 90 percent of the respondents had suffered domestic violence, including emotional abuse and physical aggression
For many gay and lesbian South Asians living in the US, coming out involves bridging gaps between culture, community and sexuality
The young dancer’s struggle highlights the decline of the arts in Iraq after years of political upheaval
‘In Jaffa, some people think being gay is a disease,’ says Arab counselor for Israel Gay Youth
A ward in Tokyo is offering partnership certificates to gay couples but a university has scraped cross-dressing events
In India, most women married to gay men often tend to stay in the marriage due to social or financial compulsions
In India, men who have sex with men often face physical violence and harassment from police and the society
According to Indian police, the couple got married five years ago and soon after the marriage, the wife came to know that her husband was a “gay”
The wife of a young Indian actor says he was recruited by a group of at least eight Government Railway Police officers to pose as a gay man in railway bathrooms so that they could demand money from gay men who feared being outed
Weddings of same-sex couples will raise awareness that sexual minorities are not people who exist only on TV or in foreign countries
New sex education guidelines outlaw teaching about sexual minorities.
Gays and lesbians are getting married in China — but not in the way they might hope.
Two lawmakers in the Philippines say they plan to file a critical measure that could curb hate-motivated crimes and violence targeting LGBT members