Half of LGBTQ participants in a recent study experienced discrimination, insults, bullying or abuse while playing, watching or talking about sports.
The annual Bell Let's Talk campaign is shaping national conversations on mental health. But the campaign materials focus on individuals rather than the role of systemic oppression.
A new survey shows that while younger men generally had more progressive views than older men on gender roles, they also endorsed such ideas as men's use of violence and control in relationships.
Despite same-sex relations being criminal, social media is a space to come out and speak back to homophobia for the Nigerian tweeters in the study.
Rejected by their countries but seen as outsiders in the West, queer and trans Muslims often live in limbo. The mental health costs of alienation can be severe, says a scholar of Islam and sexuality.
South Korea's mass surveillance to curb the coronavirus pandemic uses technologies and techniques that are grounded in anti-LGBTQ discrimination.
Zoom-bombing disrupts people's use of the Zoom platform for work, study and socializing. Zoom-bombing events have included racist and misogynist attacks on users.
The extended COVID-19 social isolation could be an opportunity for parents to have an impact on how boys are schooled in masculinity.
Seoul has a bustling queer community, but LGBTQ+ people in South Korea face ongoing stigma.
One in three Polish people believe in a 'gender conspiracy', according to new reserach.
The book is a departure from despair and crippling homophobia. It records the experiences of people who refuse to be hopeless victims.
The Trudeau government took the first step to federally ban conversion therapy — a practice intended to change sexual orientation.
Predominant public sentiment remains largely anti-homosexual and overshadows constitutionally guaranteed rights in Africa.
Desmond Tutu is by far the most high-profile African, if not global, religious leader to support lesbian and gay rights, and he has done so since the 1970s.
Scientists don't ask how some people evolved to be tall. In the same way, asking how homosexuality evolved is the wrong question. We need to ask how human sexuality evolved in all its forms.
A new history book shows how entanglements of race, gender, class and sexuality in South Africa flow from the moral contradictions of the settler colonial state.
To address homophobia in Uganda, sexual rights must draw on the need for justice and social obligation.
There were secretive, intimate spaces in South Africa during the 1950s that paved the way for modern drag pageants.
For lesbian couples or trans men, the 'unexpected' gender of one parent causes difficulties for maternity services where notions of 'normal' are increasingly out of step with the times.
Conversion therapy has been pushed on some in the LGBQ community by those who think same-sex sexual behavior is 'unnatural.' But such behavior seems to have evolved millions of years before humans.