Changes to marriage around the world have, historically, met with strident opposition, so it's no surprise that same-sex marriage in Australia has had its own tough road to hoe.
Same-sex attracted people have poorer mental health than their heterosexual peers, but In jurisdictions that have legalised same-sex marriage, the gap between the two is much smaller.
The story of the trial of Peter Wildeblood.
Are gay rights a matter of protecting privacy, or sexual freedom itself?
Even the Wolfenden report cited the need to protect the public from that which disgusted them.
The legacy of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act, which partially decriminalised male homosexuality 50 years ago.
The 1920s and early ‘30's looked like the beginning of the end for centuries of gay intolerance. Then came fascism and the Nazis.
Marriage has long been tied to better health. The first study of the relationship between marriage, health and quality of life for LGBT Americans affirms the benefits of marriage – with some caveats.
LGBT rights are a work in progress in Vietnam. But artists are in the vanguard of the movement, pushing for public acceptance.
The Chechen government must be made to answer for its role in an appalling campaign of anti-gay persecution.
In the winter of 1915, a German soldier died in a field hospital in Russia. We don't know his name, but he helped revolutionize the way gay people have advocated for equality.
Donald Trump has done what decades of American feminism could not: unite women worldwide in solidarity.
President-elect Trump has said the issue of gay marriage is settled, yet he wants to overturn Roe v. Wade, which upheld a woman's right to abortion. What will he do once he becomes president?
A professor takes us back more than 20 years, to when struggling white working-class voters in Oregon were convinced that a conservative social agenda would help bring back timber jobs.
Images of Castro as either a monster or saviour miss the mark, but his commitment to literacy and culture is undeniable.
Conflict resolution across the world frequently leaves LGBT citizens behind.
States who want to keep criminalising LGBT people are trying to stop the UN from creating a way of investigating them.
The strongest resistance to the United Nations resolution to promote LGBTI rights came from Muslim and African states. Many of these countries still criminalise same-sex relationships.
Interviews reveal the thoughts and feelings of UK Muslims on homosexuality.
It is now recognized within public health that discrimination causes significant health problems for the LGBTQ community.