A gay politician who is running for the Labour leadership in New Zealand has selected a former Mormon to be his deputy.
Shia LaBeouf has appeared in a video with the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles, parodying himself.
Sarah Palin appears to be at odds with the Republican party - after she backed an independent candidate for Governor of Alaska.
Denmark's capital city of Copenhagen has been named the world's most gay-friendly destination.
No criminal charges will be filed against a Republican candidate who has been accused of sexually harassing and groping a male staff member.
A video has emerged which appears to show a man tackled to the floor by bystanders after attempting a homophobic assault.
Sir Elton John has criticised parts of the gay community for failing to join the fight against HIV.
Puerto Rican pop singer Ricky Martin says he is disappointed, after a district judge broke with consensus to maintain a ban on equal marriage.
British Cardinal Vincent Nichols has said that the Catholic Church never planned to change its position on 'sexual morality', despite axed proposals to 'welcome homosexuals'.
Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, who strongly opposed gay rights while in office, has thrown his weight behind proposals for same-sex civil unions.
Australian Labor leader Bill Shorten has challenged a Christian group that fights against equal marriage - while addressing its own conference.
The leader of the Scottish Labour party has stepped down with immediate effect, hitting out at "dinosaurs" in the UK party.
After weeks of protests, the U.S. Marine charged with murdering Filipina trans woman Jennifer Laude is now being held on Philippine soil, while still being guarded by Americans.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is asking a federal judge to keep the state's ban on gay marriage in place despite a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision. Bondi asks court to support gay marriage ban Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi is asking a federal judge to keep the state's ban on gay marriage in place despite a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision.
While other governors and attorneys general have abandoned their defense of marriage bans, officials in three states have refused to give up their quixotic antigay legal agendas.