A challenge to Nigeria’s newest anti-gay legislation has been dismissed, on the grounds that the plaintiff is straight and thus has no legal standing.
Sri Lankan officials have revealed that its laws against discrimination include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected classes—but still claims its colonial-era ban on sodomy is not in violation of that law.
Kansas governor Sam Brownback is still fighting against marriage equality, which is currently on hold in the state.
Senator Bam Aquino of the Philippines is calling for harsher laws against homophobic hate crimes.
In Kentucky and many other states, the national debate over same-sex marriage and LGBT equality is now a matter of local politics.
Transgender activist Audrey Mbugua has won her case against the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) in a historic victory, forcing them to change the name listed on her academic certificates.
A major city in the Philippines has banned discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
A court in Italy has overturned on a technicality the order to recognize one couple’s same-sex marriage.
A number of boys in Brazil protested their school's treatment of a transgender classmate by wearing skirts to class.
An interview with producer and “War on Kids” director Cevin Soling on school bullying after winning “best educational documentary" at film festival.