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ScotRail's Twitter team was widely praised for their response to demands that a train be painted in "straight colors"
Philipp Tanzer, formerly known as Logan McCree, is now a men's rights activist who opposes LGBTQ equality
Wee Mexico in Dundee wanted to let customers know that "anyone is welcome here"
Boy was called "a pussy, a gayboy, and a homosexual" after being struck in the chest
Lush but lacking, "Mary Queen of Scots" is the lesser of two current films set in the courts of controversial queens
Scotland's new education curriculum will feature LGBTQ history and teach students proper terms and identities
New law grants a pardon to anyone convicted of same-sex sexual activity prior to decriminalization
Biffy Clyro frontman Simon Neil gets candid
LGBT advocates issue call for allies within the sports world to stand against homophobic abuse
There's everything from Highland dancing to whisky tasting and border collie sheep herding demonstrations to "pipes and drums" and fiddling competitions
A Glasgow cyclist gives a homophobic ranter his due.
Joel Grey and Alan Cumming have a surprising amount in common.
Great movies can inspire us to interrogate social ills, or teach us a thing or two about our beliefs. Slow West (), a not-so ordinary...
A contemplation on Macbeth, David Greig's Dunsinane offers reflection on modern global conflicts
Fifty-three nations watched two men kiss during the opening of the Commonwealth Games.