U.S. government creates health division for 'religious freedom'
USA-HEALTHCARE/RELIGION:U.S. government creates health division for 'religious freedom'
Taiwan mulls third gender option on passports, IDs
Advocacy groups say although the island's 23 million people widely embrace LGBT rights, transgender and intersex people often suffer discrimination
Chelsea Manning eyes U.S. Senate seat for Maryland
USA-MANNING/ELECTION (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Chelsea Manning eyes U.S. Senate seat for Maryland
Gay and intersex asylum seekers find place to call home in Britain
Britain's first safe house for LGBTI asylum seekers provides a place to call home and protects gay and intersex people from persecution and abuse.
Transgender U.S. military recruits enlist amid uncertainty
"I just couldn't face the idea of doing it as a traditional female"
EU court adviser backs EU-wide recognition of same-sex spouses
Case could expand legal recognition of same-sex marriages across Europe
UK army adverts tell recruits they can be gay, pray and cry
"Can I be gay in the army?"
Gay Indian prince throws open palace doors to vulnerable LGBT people
"I thought, why not use this space for a good purpose?"
Latin American human rights court urges same-sex marriage legalization
Same-sex couples have been allowed to marry in several Latin American countries in recent years, despite church opposition
Midnight marriages usher in Australia's same-sex wedding laws
Australian's parliament voted to legalise same-sex marriage in December