Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro Criticizes Ruling Criminalizing Homophobia, Says It Could 'Hurt' Gays

Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has criticized a Supreme Court ruling criminalizing homophobia and transphobia in the South American nation

Ecuador's Highest Court Orders Lawmakers To Allow Gay Couples To Marry

Ecuador's highest court, the Constitutional Court, on Wednesday instructed lawmakers to approve legislation allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry

In Landmark Ruling, Botswana Decriminalizes Gay Sex

Botswana's High Court on Tuesday struck down a colonial-era law that prohibited consensual same-sex sexual relations in the African nation

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte Says He 'Used To Be Gay' But 'Cured' Himself

Speaking last week during a visit to Tokyo, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte told a crowd that he 'used to be gay' but 'cured' himself

Kenyan Court Upholds Laws That Criminalize Gay Sex

Kenya's High Court has upheld laws that criminalize sex between two people of the same sex

Marriage Equality Arrives In Taiwan

Gay and lesbian couples can begin marrying Friday in Taiwan, roughly a week after lawmakers approved a bill legalizing same-sex marriage

In Historic First For Asia, Taiwan Legalizes Same-Sex Marriage

Lawmakers in Taiwan on Friday approved a bill legalizing marriage for gay and lesbian couples

NYC Museum Cancels Event To Honor Anti-LGBT President Jair Bolsonaro

The American Museum of Natural History on Monday said that it would no longer host an event to honor President Jair Bolsonaro of Brazil

UN Human Rights Chief Criticizes Brunei's Law Making Gay Sex Punishable By Death

United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Monday described Brunei's anti-gay law as 'draconian'

Same-Sex Marriage Legalized In The Cayman Islands

A ruling handed down on Friday legalized same-sex marriage in the Cayman Islands, an autonomous British overseas territory

More Results