A proposal last month to legalise gay marriage in Mexico caused widespread protests, defending "Catholic values" and the "traditional family." Deeper analysis reveals flaws in those arguments.
Only by listening to local LGBT activists in hostile environments can the West stand up for human rights worldwide.
Companies, which in the past tended to stay neutral on divisive social and political issues, are increasingly taking a stand. What's behind the change?
While Indonesia's Constitutional Court deliberates whether casual sex should be outlawed, the government plans to ban gay dating apps.
New research has found that LGBT Christians and pastors alike must grapple with difficult spiritual questions.
Putting a human rights issue to a national vote is a crude means of legalising same-sex marriage.
Is our gender determined by our bodies or our culture?
For every advance in LGBT rights that is made in one part of the world, there are extreme regressions elsewhere.
The massacre at an Orlando gay club is a savage reminder that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people still face harsh prejudice in America and lack full equal protections under the law.
Experience in the US serves to highlight the potential long-term economic consequences if Australia fails to legalise same-sex marriage.
Religious leaders have done little to help combat institutionalised homophobia – and some have flat-out encouraged it.
Bangladesh's sexual minorities have been under violent attack for some time – as has anyone standing up to the country's extremists.
The recent anti-gay comments by Indonesian public officials may inspire militant Islamists with a propensity for violence to physically harm LGBT people.
A recent onslaught against gays and lesbians in Indonesia shows a fresh wave of moral panic over homosexuality in the world's most populous Muslim country.