Malaysian authorities raided nearly a dozen Swatch stores to confiscate watches from the company's "Pride Collection."
As Qatar prepares to host the FIFA World Cup, the top global soccer competition held every four years, the Middle Eastern nation is coming under...
Authorities in Saudi Arabia have confiscated rainbow toys and objects, which they claim promote homosexuality.
As the Taliban resumes power in Afghanistan, many LGBTQ people in the country are hoping to flee to avoid being executed for homosexuality.
A Taliban judge said that gay men in Afghanistan will be crushed or stoned to death under their implementation of Sharia law
Critics say proposed changes' vague and overly broad language could effectively criminalize homosexuality
Bank of America, JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank and more are boycotting Brunei-owned properties
The University of Aberdeen has revoked an honorary degree it bestowed on the Sultan of Brunei in 1995 after the Southeast Asian ruler’s country passed...
Celebrities urge consumers not to allow their money to be used to bolster countries that commit human rights abuses
Amnesty International calls caning an "atrocious setback" for human rights
Victims were punished for violating Sharia law prohibitions on homosexuality
UN rights chief warns that political extremism and intolerance are rising, as government cracks down on LGBTQ people
Indonesian police have set up a new task force to investigate activities by LGBTQ people in the province of West Java, reports the South China Morning Post. West...
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...
Indonesian police have arrested 141 men in a weekend raid on a gay sauna, just one day before two men are to be caned in...