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Gay sex is still illegal in 35% of countries in the UN, according to the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association.
Taiwan just held the first gay weddings in all of Asia. But the country’s new law doesn’t apply to all same-sex couples.
Taiwan held its first same-sex weddings on Friday. But the new law only applies to people from Taiwan or other countries with marriage equality.
Alabama Public Television refused to air the episode of ‘Arthur’ showing his teacher marrying another man because officials feared parents...
The episode originally aired on May 13, but Alabama Public Television preempted the episode in the state with a re-run instead.
The bill passed on Friday will allow full legal marriage rights for same-sex couples and also offers limited adoption rights.
The decision marks a decisive break for the country which operates under a relationship with the British legal system.
The Methodist Church voted for stricter antigay policies, and now there are accusations of vote buying
The Methodist Church has voted at its international meeting to clamp down on same-sex marriage. The decision could split up congregants.
With a theme of "rewriting the rules," David’s Bridal’s latest advertisement features a same-sex couple, a first in the company’s 60-year history.
Taiwan voted to reject same-sex marriage in a surprise about-face that has changed the island both socially and politically
Last year, Taiwan's highest court ruled that same-sex couples had the right to legally marry and set a two-year deadline for legalization.
A top Australian wedding magazine was forced to shut down after getting called out for excluding same-sex couples in its pages
White Magazine's founders issued a statement saying it was "no longer economically viable" after advertisers began pulling out of the publication.
The Trump administration is denying diplomatic visas to the same-sex partners of UN, World Bank, and IMF officials unless they get married — eve...
The State Department has quietly implemented a new rule barring same-sex partners of international organization workers to enter the country on certain diplomatic visas, unless the couple gets legally married. G-4 visas are used by foreign nationals who work at major international organizations.