A South Dakota man is nursing a black eye and head injury after he confronted a woman he heard use antigay slurs outside a local bar.
Attendance was down this year due to fighting in the Gaza strip over the summer.
An Indian news network has appointed the country's first transgender news anchor.
Governor Phil Bryant has aligned himself with the antigay Alliance Defending Freedom in opposing the state's sole challenge to its marriage ban.
Joan Rivers' daughter says she received a handwritten note of condolence from President Barack Obama - just weeks after the comedian labelled his wife a "tranny".
An NFL coach who was suspended for three games for using an anti-gay slur says he is "a better man" after undergoing sensitivity training.
Stonewall has named its Gay By Degree 2015 list, which assesses how gay-friendly universities are in the UK.
Openly-gay graphic memoirist, Alison Bechdel, was awarded the MacArthur Foundation "genius" Grant this week.
Out former soldier James Wharton will apologise for controversial comments he made earlier this year, when he called for gay saunas to be shut down.
A previously unheard duet between music icons Freddie Mercury and Michael Jackson has been released.
Singer Rufus Wainwright has rallied against Russia's anti-gay law at a Moscow concert.
The First Minister of Scotland Alex Salmond, has announced that he will quit, following last night's independence referendum.
Former t.A.T.u singer Lena Katina has reaffirmed her support for gay rights, after her ex-bandmate said she "wouldn't accept" a gay son.
A male pilot who alleges he had a six-year long affair with John Travolta has hit back at the actor for claiming the case is "just about people wanting money".
Notoriously anti-gay hate preacher Scott Lively has claimed that rights groups are trying to have him murdered.