A Bay Area transgender man is crediting his love of dance with helping him find acceptance, and in the process, winning competitive awards.
Bogota's new mayor, Claudia López, secretly wed her partner, Angelica Lozano, before taking office, she announced on social media December 16.
Kyrgyzstan gay activist Dastan "Danik" Kasmamytov is on a mission to plant a rainbow flag atop the world's Seven Summits to bring visibility for LGBT rights around the world.
In 2019, global news affecting LGBTQs was filled with intense struggles and some big wins — from marriage equality to decriminalization to conversion therapy to politics.
Last week, an unidentified government official announced that Gabon passed a law criminalizing homosexuality, placing the county on a growing list of nations passing anti-gay laws.
Miss Myanmar, Swe Zin Htet, didn't win the Miss Universe crown December 8, but she did make history.
International LGBT organizations are calling for Haiti's government to investigate the suspicious death of the country's leading gay rights activist.
Soap is a necessity to maintain good hygiene, but for the thousands of refugees living in Kenya's notorious Kakuma refugee camp, soap, shampoo, and conditioner are costly commodities to come by.
Two gay Saudi journalists, who claim they were outed in retaliation for contacts one of them had with a foreign media outlet, have been detained in Australia after requesting asylum.
Anti-gay demonstrators and police clashed last week as violence erupted at the opening of the highly acclaimed Swedish gay romance, "And Then We Danced," in the former Soviet republic of Georgia.
Rachel Wahba humbly stood on the stage Sunday as she accepted an award for her work advancing LGBT, Jewish, and Israeli rights from A Wider Bridge.
Claudia Lopez made history last week after being elected the first-ever lesbian and woman mayor of Bogotá, Colombia.