An openly gay teacher at a Catholic school in the US was fired after school officials discovered he was planning to marry his long time partner.
Elton John returned to Moscow to perform two concerts for the first time since the introduction of the controversial ‘gay propaganda’ legislation. During his concert at Crocus City Hall last Friday (December 6),...
Daintree Paper on Camden Street has announced on it’s company website that it is closing down early 2014. In September 2013, the popular Dublin stationary store became the centre of a national media scandal when owner...
The Red Ribbon Project, an LGBT services charity based in Limerick, are calling for Tesco to actively target the transphobic abuse reported in their Limerick store.
On Monday 2 December, Transgender Equality Network Ieland will launch the findings from the largest trans Irish survey in 'Speaking from the Margins: Trans Mental Health and Wellbeing in Ireland.'
In an attempt to create closer ties with the European Union, Moldovan lawmakers have repealed the 'gay propaganda' ban that was signed into law in June.
Stonewall have teamed up with Will Young to launch a new anti-bullying campaign aimed at tackling homophobic language in schools.
According to British MP Keith Vaz, gay and lesbians seeking asylum in the UK from persecution in their home countries are being forced to prove their sexuality.
Officials in Kuwait are to conduct medical screening on arrivals to 'detect' homosexuals attempting to enter the Gulf country.
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