Radio Interview - Elation and relief felt by members of Sydney's LGBTIQ community as they celebrated the 'Yes' result.
Indonesian minister makes contradictory statements regarding Indonesia's attitude to the LGBTQI community
The fears of rights advocates that the constitutional court would outlaw gay sex and sex outside marriage and set back human rights in the world’s most populous Muslim nation, did not eventuate.
An Adelaide Catholic school has covered up a statue of a religious icon after it created a stir on social media because of its apparently unintended suggestiveness.
ELLEN DeGeneres can measure her career and personal success by several impressive yardsticks, including a popular daytime talk show and eight-year marriage to Portia de Rossi.
Last year Shirleene Robinson, Macquarie University Australia, interviewed a man who had joined the Royal Australian Navy aged 19 in 1967, as Australia's involvement in the Vietnam War escalated.
A hacker who took over the social media accounts of various pro-ISIS groups has described how he has received threats of beheading.
Colombia has become the fourth South American country to allow same-sex marriage after a ruling by the country's constitutional court.
Last week outside the supermarket, I heard two boys – not more than 10 or 11 years old – call another boy a "fag".
When the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage, gay-rights supporters celebrated, but a new wave of legislation in states like North Carolina now threatens LGBT rights.
Students who placed anti-gay stickers on their identification badges at a Southern California high school have the right to wear the symbols, just as others can sport insignia supporting gay rights, administrators said.
A Dallas man will spend no time in jail after pleading "no contest" to vandalizing a church driveway and a local gay landmark with “666” in June 2014, reports the The Dallas Morning News.
Indonesia's gay community has come under attack, with the country's Defence Minister labelling the community a "threat" and likening fighting it to "a kind of modern warfare".
Last week the Indonesian Broadcasting Commission banned radio and television stations from airing any program that portrayed lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender behaviour as normal.
Indonesia wants all gay or same-sex emojis removed from instant messaging applications or be banned from the country. Such emojis are found in messaging apps Facebook, Whatsapp, LINE and Tinder.