The first-ever Gay Games to be hosted in an Asian country kicked off in Hong Kong, prompting some conservatives to demand their cancellation.
Authorities in Senegal are investigating an incident in which a mob of people allegedly dug up a gay man's corpse and set it alight.
The Malaysian government's crackdown comes in response to British band The 1975's same-sex kiss during a popular music festival.
South Korea's constitutional court has upheld a ban on consensual same-sex relations between soldiers in the armed forces.
Nigerian authorities have arrested 76 people at a birthday party, claiming organizers intended to hold a same-sex wedding at the event.
India's Supreme Court rejected a request to legalize same-sex marriage, even as it urged the government to combat anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
Japanese Court sides with a transgender man who protested having to undergo sterilization to have his gender identity legally recognized.
The attempt to hold "open" category races at the World Cup for transgender athletes failed after no one signed up to compete.
Activists say that the platform X, formerly known as Twitter, has restricted the ability to report anti-transgender harassment on the site.
Pontiff's response to conservative bishops does not change Church doctrine, but emphasizes a more charitable approach toward LGBTQ Catholics.
Fourth-place heptathlon finisher Swapna Barmanat accused Nandini Agasara of being transgender and "stealing" her Bronze medal.
The United States earned an average "grade" on a global LGBTQ human rights scorecard when it comes to protecting gay rights.
Anti-trans campaigners are in an uproar over a razor commercial's depiction of a shirtless transgender man, with surgical scars, shaving.
A study of British adults found that gay and bisexual men were more sexually active, even as they aged, compared to other people.
A court rules Bulgaria must recognize a same-sex relationship, while another in Kenya finds LGBTQ people have the right to freely associate.