Rugby Australia's 'position unchanged' after Folau meeting
The Australian rugby player's contract is still likely to be terminated for a social media post saying gay people would go to "hell"
Rugby Australia intends to sack Folau over 'discriminatory' post
Israel Folau's contract is likely to be ended, after he shared a meme saying gay people would go to "hell" if they did not "repent"
Rugby Australia says Folau anti-gay comments are 'unacceptable'
Israel Folau wrote on Instagram that gay people would be condemned to "hell" if they failed to "repent"
Revered yet rejected, India's trans women seek their place in parliament
At least five transgender candidates are standing in the national election in what activists say may be a turning point for the community, historically one of India's most marginalised
Gay-themed play sweeps British theatre prizes
"The Inheritance", a play about the generation after the peak of the AIDS crisis, won best director and best actor
Mormon church to allow children of LGBT couples to be baptized
LGBT advocates praised the move as progress in a fight to end discrimination against LGBT people in faith groups
The BBC must temper its language around LGBT+ issues
Asking whether it was "morally right for children to learn about LGBT issues" was a dog-whistle question
Fresh arrests evoke chilling memories for Azeri LGBT+
Being gay is not illegal in Azerbaijan but the post-Soviet country is considered the worst in Europe for LGBT+ rights
Beyonce and Jay-Z dedicate GLAAD award to family members
At the GLAAD Media Awards in Los Angeles on Thursday, the couple received the Vanguard Award for their work "accelerating LGBTQ acceptance."
China's censors drop gay scenes from 'Bohemian Rhapsody' film
Homosexuality is not illegal in China, but activists say conservative attitudes have prompted occasional clamp-downs