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Suspects were charged with aggravated assault because police claim they didn't intend to set the victim on fire
Elena Milashina claims the attack against her appeared "coordinated, orchestrated"
Celebrities urge consumers not to allow their money to be used to bolster countries that commit human rights abuses
Arrests come amid government efforts to out LGBTQ people and prosecute them under anti-sodomy laws
Religious leaders and American social conservatives, applied pressure to lawmakers in pushing for constitutional referendum
Activists argue that caning is cruel and inhuman punishment, and violates international treaties
Even in places where homosexuality is not technically illegal, LGBTQ people can be targeted by local police
Following the killing of the 38th transgender woman in the Dominican Republic since 2006, Amnesty International is calling on authorities to take more substantive steps...
On Tuesday, two men in the Indonesian province of Aceh were publicly caned 83 times for engaging in consensual homosexual sex, marking the first time...
"The Chechen government won’t admit that gay men even exist in Chechnya"
High court judge rejects constitutional challenge brought by two men subjected to torturous exams under duress
A slim majority of members of the Northern Ireland Assembly voted in favor of marriage equality on Monday, only to have the Assembly’s largest party...
Amnesty International have called on Northern Ireland politicians still opposed to legalizing same-sex marriage to stop holding back “the tide of equality”, the BBC reports....
There is something electric about being in an LGBTQ space. The spark, the sizzle of energy, compassion and willingness to both question and listen fills...
Malawi President Stands Up for Gay Rights President Joyce Banda of Malawi, who rose from vice president to her country's top spot in April following...