After India's landmark legal decision, there are now 71 countries where LGBTIQ relationships are criminalised.
An outdated restriction on gay blood donors is being substantially relaxed in the UK, with calls for reform that could open up a badly needed pool of new donors.
News Corp columnist Shannon Molloy recently got into a bit of a tussle with a couple of "unacceptable homosexuals". The upshot of this stoush for queer politics is significant.
The overseas experience suggests a same sex marriage plebiscite will be a forum for unfounded, debunked and deeply damaging claims about same sex parents and their kids.
The fight against gay rights has been lost, but transgender rights are still at risk.
The Alliance Defending Freedom argues that homosexuality should be illegal. And guess who their new bestie is?
After 150 years of mistreatment by the state and its juridical and mental institutions, many homosexual people, and their new “allies”, continue to believe that the state can save them. But it cannot, and marriage is not the way forward.
A person accused of murder in Queensland can be acquitted if the victim made a "homosexual advance". Law and social justice researchers Dr Alan Berman and Sher Campbell say it contravenes human rights and something must be done.
An Italian gay rights activist went to Sochi -- and got thrown in jail. Crikey intern Luca Zuccaro profiles the former MP, who has had a colourful life -- and more than one brush with Russian homophobes.
Crikey readers talk the similarities between Andrew Bolt and camels, the difference between graffiti and street art, and Helen Razer's misunderstanding of gay rights worldwide.