“I say isolate the crazy gay animals,” said Ezekiel Mutua.
Male bottlenose dolphins have been seen mounting one another and touching genitals.
The government has threatened to publish a list of gay rights activists.
Malaysian authorities are offering $900 rewards for videos on how to "prevent, control and get help" for people with "gender confusion."
Christian sex advice showcases how evangelicals can hold beliefs that are simultaneously pro-and anti-sex.
The film has come under fire as inappropriate for young audiences.
What accounts for the differences in public attitudes toward homosexuality? Money, religion and democracy.
Rules banning homosexual and bisexual men from donating blood were enforced in the 80s.
Anderson has previously celebrated the Orlando shootings and called a South African minister “wicked.”
The 500 LGBT refugees living in Nairobi are putting their lives on hold until they can resettle in a place they are accepted.
Until 1994, male homosexuality remained a crime under West German law.
A landmark case has been brought by two men who claim to have undergone intrusive medical exams.
Republican candidate disavows discrimination but says he doesn't believe in gay marriage.
This complaint wants government to police forms of consensual therapy on the basis of what a majority of experts believe.
Thanks to a Bollywood film, Professor Siras's suicide may wind up doing more for gay rights than India's usually liberal courts.
Blunt admitted to using the legal psychoactive substance in a bid to stop the government from banning it.
Gay men can now donate blood 12 months after their last sexual contact with another man.
Monsignor Krzystof Charamsa urged the Catholic Church to change its stance on homosexuality.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is reviewing its century-long relationship with the Boy Scouts.
The executive board met Monday to ratify a resolution to allow adults of any sexual orientation to lead scouts.
India's first gay matrimonial advertisement has caused a heated debate
A traveling exhibit stopping in New York City for the first time focuses on a lesser known story of Nazi persecution.