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Homophobia rising in European countries with no same-sex marriage

Most European countries have seen a rise in acceptance of same-sex relationships where same-sex marriage is legal.

Gay penguins adopt egg after trying to hatch stone

Staff at Berlin Zoo presented the amorous male couple with an egg, which they swiftly began to incubate.

Polish bishops accuse Ikea of ‘LGBT indoctrination’

The bishops congratulates the man sacked for posting a homophobic comment in the Ikea's internal site for his ‘courage’ in defending his faith.

Gay Asian millennial protests his way up Spain’s music scene

Chenta Tsai Tseng is making a name for himself in Spain for his acerbic criticism of various issues.

Gay, Muslim, Thai: Artist caught in tug of war

Gay Thai Muslim Samak Kosem uses art to explore how LGBT+ Thais in the restive south reconcile their religion with their sexual identity.

Video seks sejenis ‘Sandakan’ terjah laman porno

Video berkenaan diletakkan dalam kategori amatur dan fetis.

Malaysia, the land of experts

People tend to look for answers online that justify their political allegiance, instead of seeking the truth based on facts.

Haziq to be probed for carnal intercourse, distribution of obscene material

Police say the aide to a deputy minister was nabbed as he was about to fly off to Manila.

Ecuador’s highest court approves same-sex marriage

The conservative country joins a handful of other Latin American countries to recognise gay marriage.

Report needed before probe can start on gay sex confession, says...

Hamid Ismail questions whether the Sabah Islamic authorities were willing to take action even if a report is lodged.

Duterte mengaku dirinya ‘gay’ sebelum berkahwin dengan isterinya

Presiden Filipina sering mengeluarkan kenyataan kontroversi dan kali ini mengaku pernah terlibat dalam dunia gay.

Sultan Brunei pulangkan ijazah kehormat Oxford selepas kritikan hukuman gay

Hampir 120,000 orang menandatangani petisyen menggesa Universiti Oxford membatalkan penganugerahan ijazah kehormat undang-undang yang diberikan kepada Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah pada 1993.

US TV station pulls episode over gay marriage

It's not the first time that the issue of homosexuality in a children's program has generated controversy.

Gay atheist in Catholic heartland plots to save his country

Robert Biedron wants to pull his country away from pious nationalism and homophobia that’s permeated society under the current government.

Datuk bandar gay AS mulakan kempen presiden

Pete Buttigieg mengetengahkan isu berkaitan kepercayaan beliau terhadap agama Kristian dan identiti seksualnya.

UK calls Brunei’s anti-gay law ‘backward step’

The tough penal code in the tiny country on tropical Borneo island has sparked a storm of global criticism from politicians, celebrities and rights groups.

Brunei akan rejam hingga mati pesalah zina, gay

Kerajaan Brunei juga menetapkan hukuman potong tangan dan kaki bagi kesalahan mencuri mulai 3 April ini.

US officials order Chinese firm to sell gay dating app Grindr

Grindr bills itself as 'the world's largest social networking app for gay, bi, trans and queer people'.

Gay parenting ‘boot camp’ moves to Asia to meet growing demand...

Socially conservative attitudes prevail across most of Asia where Myanmar, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei outlaw sexual relations between men.

Anti-gay laws widespread in Africa despite gains

28 African countries have laws that go against same-sex relationships according to Human Rights Watch specialist, Neela Ghoshal.

Sabah secondary school behind ‘kunyit’ programme apologises

Sabah education director Mistirine Radin says the school based in Kota Kinabalu has realised its mistake of including such a programme in its yearbook.

Black, gay US TV actor attacked in ‘possible hate crime’

News of the early morning attack left the entertainment world reeling and gay advocacy groups speaking out in support of the 36-year-old actor.

Gay Brazilian lawmaker leaves job, country over death threats

President Jair Bolsonaro enjoys strong support from ultra-conservative Christians.

Trump’s transgender troop ban gets go-ahead

The number of transgender troops among US's approximately 1.3 million active duty service members is fairly small, with estimates topping out at 15,000.