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Birmingham Pride Holds Minute Of Silence To Remember Manchester Bombing Victims

Birmingham Pride, which kicks off Pride season in the UK, held a minute of silence to remember the victims of Monday's terrorist attack in Manchester

Margaret Court Vows To Stop Flying Qantas Over Its Support Of Gay Marriage

Australian tennis great Margaret Court has pledged to stop flying Qantas in protest against the airline's support of same-sex marriage

Chechen Police Have Killed 26 Gay Men, Russian Newspaper Reports

A campaign to rid Chechnya of sexual minorities has resulted in the deaths of 26 gay men, the Russian newspaper that first broke the story has reported

Taiwan High Court Approves Gay Marriage

Taiwan's constitutional court ruled Wednesday that limiting marriage to heterosexual couples violates the island nation's constitution

Taiwan's Top Court Set To Rule On Gay Marriage

Taiwan's constitutional court will rule on Wednesday in a case that could decide whether same-sex couples can marry on the island nation

At Least 22 Die In Bombing At Ariana Grande Concert In UK

At least 22 people are dead and 59 wounded in what appears to be a terrorist attack on a concert hall in the English city of Manchester

Church Of Scotland To Vote On Whether To Marry Gay Couples

The Church of Scotland will take a vote this week on whether to marry gay and lesbian couples

French President Emmanuel Macron Dismisses Gay Rumors

French President Emmanuel Macron has dismissed as 'homophobic' rumors that he's secretly gay

On His Way Out, France's Francois Hollande Touts Gay Marriage Passage

As he leaves the French presidency, Francois Hollande vaunted his role in legalizing marriage for gay men and lesbians in France

Mariela Castro Leads LGBT March In Havana Recognizing IDAHOT

Mariela Castro, the daughter of Cuban President Raul Castro, on Saturday led a march through the streets of Havana to protest homophobia and transphobia in Cuba

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