Debate on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta
Debate on sexual orientation should be mainstream: Hansal Mehta

After 'Shahid' and 'CityLights', Hansal Mehta is producing and directing a movie inspired by the true story of a gay professor as he feels the debate on sexual orientation should be a part of mainstream.

Colin Farrell asks Ireland to support gay rights
Colin Farrell asks Ireland to support gay rights

Irish actor Colin Farrell has appealed to his country's government to support gay rights.

Transgender Bangladeshis hold first-ever pride march

At least 1,000 transgender Bangladeshis staged the conservative mainly Muslim country`s first ever pride march on Monday to mark one year since the government recognised them as a third gender.

Thousands march for gay pride in Hong Kong

Thousands of people marched through Hong Kong for the city`s gay pride parade on Saturday, some of them wrapped in rainbow flags or dressed in drag.

Harry Styles thinks gender unimportant while dating
Harry Styles thinks gender unimportant while dating

One Direction singer Harry Styles believes that the gender of a potential love interest doesn't matter when it comes to dating.

US to recognise same-sex marriage in 6 more states

The federal government is recognising gay marriage in six more states and extending federal benefits to those couples, Attorney General Eric Holder has announced.

Tens of thousands march for gay rights in Taiwan

Tens of thousands of people took to the streets of Taipei today for Asia's largest gay rights parade, with many urging parliament to push through a controversial bill recognising same-sex marriage.

Be who you are: Cara Delevingne on sexuality
Be who you are: Cara Delevingne on sexuality

Cara Delevingne's past relationships with both men and women have often raised eyebrows, but opening up on the issue of sexuality the supermodel has urged her fans to simply be "who you are".

Briton jailed in Morocco for being gay released

 A British tourist jailed in Morocco for "homosexual acts" has been released, his family announced on Tuesday.

Gay couples rush to courthouses in five U.S. states after Supreme Court decision

When Jim Crowder saw a news headline on his cellphone on Monday morning that a Supreme Court decision had made gay marriage legal again in Indiana, he immediately called his partner of 31 years. 

It is govt`s job to protect rights of gays: Vardhan

Health Minister Harsh Vardhan Thursday batted for "human rights" of gays and said it was the government`s job to protect their rights.

Ugandan president accuses sex as root of African problems

Yoweri Museveni, President of Uganda, believes that the Africans are poor because they are lazy, too fond of sex and they just want multiply and fill the earth.

Thousands in Singapore gay rights rally despite opposition

Thousands of people gathered in Singapore on Saturday for an annual gay rights rally celebrating sexual diversity in the city-state, despite fierce opposition from religious conservatives.

Singapore gay rights rally to kick off despite opposition

A gay rights rally was set to kick off in Singapore Saturday, with organisers expecting tens of thousands of people to celebrate sexual diversity in the city-state despite fierce opposition from religious conservatives.

Uganda minister who stormed gay rights meeting wins case

A Ugandan minister has won a case brought by gay rights campaigners after he stormed a workshop they had been holding, in the wake of tough new anti-gay laws, activists said Tuesday.

Wear white to protest Singapore pink gay rally, religious groups say

Some Christians have joined Muslims in Singapore urging followers to wear white this weekend in protest at the sixth annual "Pink Dot" gay rights rally, which attracted a record 21,000 people last year.

US: Senate bill proposes creation of LGBT rights envoy

Indian Supreme Court`s two decisions on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender reflects that the degree of their human rights protection is uncertain, a bill moved in the US Senate has alleged.

Caleb Landry Jones to star in gay rights film `Stonewall`

`X-Men: First Class` actor Caleb Landry Jones is in talks to star in Roland Emmerich`s gay rights-themed movie `Stonewall`.

Kashish - Mumbai International Queer Film Festival

Kashish- Mumbai International Queer Film Festival – South Asia’s and India’s biggest LGBT film festival – returns for its fifth year with a large collection of 154 films from 31 countries.

Russia eyes own Eurovision after drag queen`s win

Russian lawmakers have proposed creating their own version of Eurovision after Europe`s premier song competition was won by a bearded Austrian drag queen who vehemently promotes gay rights.