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Fabio Fognini repeatedly used an Italian word for "f****t" during his tennis match against Daniil Medvedev
An Italian man crossed subway tracks to attack a gay couple after they kissed in public, leading to calls for hate crime legislation
A homophobic man in Italy will serve two years in prison for hiring a hitman to break his gay son's hands.
Measure heads to Senate, where it is expected to pass despite opposition from social conservatives
Cardinal Konrad Krajewski sent funds to allow a group of trans women to buy food and take care of themselves
Spacey delivered a "very pointed" reading of a poem in Rome after charges against him were dropped
Yelp reviewer said Caffe Zia Gianna's support for LGBTQ people should be "punishable as a crime"
"Call Me By Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino, screenwriter James Ivory, and costar Michael Stuhlbarg on making the ultimate gay romance.
Will & Grace secures Best Comedy and Best Actor nominations, but Debra Messing snubbed
It features a tattooed Jesus and oral sex, but does it go too far?
28 embassies in Washington, D.C. are participating during Saturday's event.
Civil unions bill has been heavily watered-down, but finally gives same-sex couples recognition
Italy prepares to debate same-sex civil unions, potentially ending its LGBT anomaly in Western Europe
–Nichi Vendola, president of Italian region Apulia and leader of the Left Ecology Freedom party, as well as one of the country’s two openly gay regional leaders, speaking...
“This is a unique precedent for our country. It is thefirst time that a gay marriage has been recognized in Italy.” — Sergio Lo Giudice,...