Imam Who Compared Gays To Pedophiles After Orlando Massacre Faces Charges In Denmark

A 49-year-old Imam is facing charges in Denmark over comments he made against the LGBT community following last year's massacre at a gay club in Orlando

Romanian Bishop Involved In Sex Scandal With Male Student Resigns

A Romanian bishop suddenly resigned Friday amid a sex scandal involving a male student

Uganda Pride Canceled For Second Consecutive Year

For the second consecutive year, organizers in Uganda have been forced to cancel Pride celebrations in Kampala, the nation's capital

Northern Ireland Judge Upholds Gay Marriage Ban

A judge in Northern Ireland has dismissed two challenges to the nation's laws that do not allow gay and lesbian couples to marry

Australian Government To Push For Postal Vote On Same-Sex Marriage

Australia's governing Liberal Party will push for a postal vote on whether to legalize same-sex marriage after the Senate on Wednesday rejected plans for a national vote on the issue

Haitian Bill Seeks To Ban 'Public Demonstration Of Support For Homosexuality'

The Haitian Senate last week approved a bill that seeks to criminalize same-sex marriage and prohibit any public demonstrations in favor of LGBT rights

Hundreds March In Kathmandu LGBT Pride Parade

Roughly 1,500 people on Tuesday marched through the streets of Kathmandu to celebrate the city's annual LGBT Pride parade

Australian Government Wants A Postal Vote On Same-Sex Marriage, If Plebiscite Fails

The Australian government has proposed an alternative to a plebiscite on same-sex marriage

Irish PM Leo Varadkar Says Same-Sex Marriage In Northern Ireland Only A Matter Of Time

Speaking Saturday at an LGBT Pride event in Belfast, Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar predicted it is only a matter of time before gay and lesbian couples can legally wed in Northern Ireland

Thousands March In Jerusalem LGBT Pride Parade

Thousands of people marched Thursday in Jerusalem's LGBT Pride parade

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