Starring Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield, the Pulitzer-winning play tells the story of people coping with the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s.
Signatories accused Disney of including "subtly pro-gay themes" in the first movie.
May McAleese said: "We don't want to be what the Pope describes as 'the strawberry on the cake.'"
The GOP lawmakers argue same-sex marriages "fail to check out the human design."
Throughout his life, Prince Manvendra Singh Gohil has broken traditions, stereotypes and taboos.
The Trump administration renominated an openly lesbian leader of the federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
In yet another temporary setback for LGBT rights, the court won't consider a workplace discrimination case.
Under Scottish law, consensual homosexual acts between men were considered a crime until 1981.
Chechen authorities deny all reports that they jail and torture gay men, but friends of a Russian singer fear for his life after he disappeared on a visit to the region.
Entrepreneur Maxim Lapunov claims a group of Chechen men beat him to make him denounce other gay men, as allegations of a regional purge continue.
The California LGBTQ community members await department of education's verdict on their demands for more inclusive textbooks.
The ADF is backing a law suit in the Supreme Court by a Colorado cake shop owner who wants to discriminate against LGBT couples.
Germany had earlier taken steps to liberating its LGBTQ community—but then everything changed.
Gay rights activists hope the landmark decision will help end discrimination against the LGBT community.
The government has threatened to publish a list of gay rights activists.
Nikki Haley spoke out against same-sex marriage when she was governor of South Carolina.
Malaysian authorities are offering $900 rewards for videos on how to "prevent, control and get help" for people with "gender confusion."
The 24-time Grand Slam winner also said she would boycott Qantas because of the airline's support of gay marriage.
Over 100 men suspected of being gay have been abducted, tortured and sometimes killed in the country, according to Amnesty International.
Outstanding performances give life to the strikingly sparse re-staging of Tony Kushner's epic two-parter.
Novaya Gazeta is engaged in an ongoing investigation of an anti-gay campaign that Chechen authorities deny.