Recently Indian press touted that Uttar Pradesh, India’s most populous state with about 230 million people was nearly COVID-19 free.
Two days ago, Nathan Geffen – the editor of GroundUp – published an article titled ‘Nick Hudson and PANDA are wrong. Believing them is deadly’. The headline alone gives away the fact that it is essentially a hit-piece on both PANDA and the organisation’s co-founder, Nick Hudson.
Andrew Earle said he recently had to warn a couple who inquired about booking a trip to the Maldives. The luxury holiday destination has strict rules around same-sex relationships.
It goes without saying that international travel is challenging these days. But gay travelers face the added complexity of navigating a myriad of LGBTQ+ laws around the world. Depending on where they’re headed, travel can still be considerably dangerous—even in 2021.
Gay Times, one of the world’s longest-running print magazine for the LGBT+ community, has ceased printing after nearly 50 years.
The cast of Schitt’s Creek reunited at the Emmy Awards, and they single-handedly stole the show with a hilarious teleprompter ‘misshap’.
Carl Clemons-Hopkins may not have taken home an Emmy, but they certainly won the night with gorgeous outfit inspired by the non-binary flag.
Gillian Anderson took home an Emmy on Sunday (19 September) in a dress that was iconically covered with tiny penis charms.
Police in Melbourne fired pepper balls and rubber pellets on Tuesday to disperse about 2,000 protesters who defied stay-at- home orders to damage property, block a busy freeway and injure three officers, leading to more than 60 arrests.
A lawyer was devastated to discover that a senior member of her firm was sharing anti-trans content on social media, according to a landmark report from the Law Society into the experiences of LGBT+ lawyers and LGBT+ equality in the profession.
Growing up gay and within the Jehovah’s Witness community, Daniel Taunton says his life has been filled with isolation, sadness and trauma.
The snap of Troye using a urinal in a dress was apparently orchestrated by the ‘Work’ singer.
Cuba has released the draft of a new family code that would allow same-sex couples to marry and adopt as well as give children greater participation in decisions that affect them.
In moments like these, where even our former allies are using us to advance their own political goals, pride and its value become ever clearer.
Germany announced this week that it had provided compensation to nearly 250 people who faced persecution under a Nazi-era law that criminalized homosexuality between men.
The UK’s biggest doctors’ union says that the decision means it will neither support nor oppose attempts to change the law.
Activists hopeful the majority of submissions will be in favour, amid previous signs of support and large social media campaign.
Folks disappointed when COVID-19 cancelled the Australian production of the West End hit Everybody’s Talking About Jamie can at least get a sense of it through this new musical movie.
Chinese LGBT athlete comes out as gay on social media and receives huge support despite government repression and censorship.
Shortly before Symone, winner of the latest season of “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” hit the Met Gala red carpet for the first time Monday, she was busy getting ready at New York’s The Mark Hotel, where many of the night’s stars complete their evening transformations.
Mazahir Hussain tells us about his story.
The Met Gala has wrapped up for another year and now it’s time to have a look back at our favourite fits from fashion’s most revered event.
Madonna stole the show at last night’s MTV Video Music Awards. And she did it all within the first 60 seconds of the broadcast.
Seeking political relevance, the main Japanese opposition party released a second package of campaign planks focused on diversity and human rights, including LGBTQ rights.
The European Union has a dismal track record when it comes to disciplining countries within its ranks.