Israel Folau is set to launch legal action against Rugby Australia this week, a report said yesterday, with the sacked Wallabies fullback saying: “All I ask is to be treated fairly and by the law.”
Brunei announces death by stoning for gay sex and adultery will not be enforced.
Folau is to have his contract terminated after posting a meme on social media that said gay people would go to “hell”.
A black superhero action flick. A film about an indigenous maid in Mexico. A portrayal of a gay, immigrant rock star. Spike Lee’s first Oscar.
Prumsodun Ok & NATYARASA is Cambodia’s first gay dance company. They re-stage Khmer classical dances with a vital freshness, and create original, groundbreaking works that thrive at the intersection of art and human dignity.
PM says the Kingdom is not ready to create legislation to allow same-sex marriages.
Apparently, Netflix’s new comedy-drama web television series “Sex Education” is without doubt a sexually explicit, graphic and garbage at first look; but in retrospect, it is forthright, relatable and earnestly relevant.
Drama series “Pose” and new transgender superhero in “Supergirl” helped boost the number of LGBTQ characters to an all-time high on US television, according to a report released last week that said diversity programming was a crucial bulwark around attempts to undermine gay rights.
In a conservative society like Cambodia, sexual orientations remain a debatable topic. Some agree to the emergence of the term “LGBT” – lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender – while some remain hesitant to recognise that there are sexual preferences beyond man and woman.
A draft of Cuba’s new constitution omits the aim of building communism, recognises private property and opens the door to gay marriage.
Pride is about reveling in the diversity of the community, and taking action in the face of intolerance, misinformation and ignorance.
A third man has been arrested over the sex killing of a 37-year-old gay man and the theft of his motorbike.
The suicide of a lesbian couple who jumped into a river and drowned highlights the hidden struggles of gay women in India.
Cambodia has more than 33,000 LGBT people, including 5,000 couples. Despite the numbers, no law has been enacted to legitimise gay relationships.
Police in Banteay Meanchey are hunting a man who raped a gay and murdered him.
From teenage soap sensation to pop royalty, over Kylie Minogue’s three-decade career she has sold 80 million records, survived breast cancer and become a gay icon whose fanbase spans generations.
South Korea held its first ever drag parade last weekend, a small but significant step for rights activists in a country that remains deeply conservative when it comes to gender and sexuality.
Cambodia, last weekend, celebrated its Gay Pride for the fourth year. The theme for 2018 was “I Am What I Am”.
Sinon Loresca was kicked out of home as a teenager after coming out to her parents as gay. Years later, things have dramatically changed for her as she tells Rama Ariadi her life story.
Gay rights in Cuba have come a long way since the early years of the Communist revolution, when countless people were marginalised or forced to flee because of their sexual orientation.
It was a day Alvin Chan and his partner C.P. So had never imagined possible – tying the knot in front of cheering family and friends in Hong Kong.
Dressing in drag’s a big draw for many gays, while for others – mostly conservative types – it’s seen as dragging the image down.
Australia fullback Israel Folau will return from injury for the NSW Waratahs.
New Zealand Rugby have released an anti-discrimination video celebrating diversity with the hashtag #diversityisstrength.
A Malaysian university contest seeking ideas to “convert” gay students sparked anger.
Costa Rica votes for a former minister from the ruling party as its next president.
Australia’s first gay marriage lasted just 48 days and ended in heartbreak with the death of a terminally ill woman, Queensland state parliament heard yesterday after the family gave permission for details to be released.
Rainbow colours beamed from faces and floats parading through Sydney.
Two Indonesian Christians were publicly flogged in conservative Aceh province.
Michelle Ashford, the creator of the Showtime hit series Masters of Sex, was a part of the sexual revolution, and appears to have been a supporter of the second wave feminism, along with the gay movement and the early civil rights movement.