What does the label even mean in a time of sexual fluidity? And what about the ‘bachelorette party’ problem?
Hong Kong court rules in favour of gay couple
This is the second time a Hong Kong court has offered some form of recognition to LGBT marriages.
Why the Internet Is Freaking Out Over This Gay Couple’s Photo
Meet the gay couple who pleaded with India’s top court for the right to love
Navtej Singh Johar, 59, a classical dancer and a yoga teacher, and his partner, journalist Sunil Mehra, 63, never planned to be trailblazers.
Judge rules both twin sons of gay couple are Americans after one was denied citizenship
Andrew and Elad Dvash-Banks' sons were born two minutes apart from a surrogate mother
How George Allen’s chief of staff inspired legislation to make it easier for gay couples to raise...
The bill passed the Virginia General Assembly with significant Republican support.
A mother called a gay bar for advice after her son came out
Coming out can be an emotional and nerve-wracking experience for LGBT+ people and their families. When a son came out to his mother last week, she feared reacting in a bad way and negatively affecting him
Pope's homophobic diktat: Gay priests should be celibate or leave priesthood
Pope Francis said that men with deep-rooted homosexual tendencies should not be admitted to the Catholic clergy.
Parents of AJ Freund charged after police discover video evidence of beatings on phone
Police find video evidence of five-year-old's alleged beatings from parents before untimely death
How Zambia is beating malaria
A decade ago, most countries used only localised strategies. But Zambia decided to make bed nets, insecticides, and drugs available nationwide.
Arthur’s gay wedding: why can’t a cartoon couple tie the knot in Alabama?
According to state TV, it would be ‘a violation of trust’ to show the lovable aardvark watch his teacher marrying his boyfriend
The Secret to Beating Duke in the Tournament, Revealed
Finally, the plucky Blue Devils catch some repeated breaks.
Awesome! This is how Kenyans are beating poverty through yoga
Once an unaffordable activity, it's now an income generator!
Advice for beating malaria: Don’t stop short
This World Malaria Day we talk with Dr. Regina Rabinovich,* one of the foremost leaders in malaria prevention and eradication, about the effort it takes to curb and ultimately beat the deadly disease. With operations in a number of countries where malaria exists, ExxonMobil has made it a top priority to combat the disease and …
Why water is key to beating poverty (Opinion)
By increasing investment in critical water and sanitation programs, the United States can continue to demonstrate its leadership abroad.
Op-ed: How San Francisco Is Beating HIV
After a frustrating, decades-long stagnation in rates of HIV transmission, there’s a breakthrough in San Francisco. With information and strategy we can overpower HIV.
How dar revellers are beating the drinking law
Kenya: How Nairobians Are Beating Inflated Matatu Fares
Increased bus fares in some city routes occasioned by fuel prices has compelled some thrifty Nairobians innovate ingenious means of forcing matatu touts to reduce the fares.
Turns out the secret to beating a peanut allergy is...peanuts
The treatment does not eliminate a person's allergy, but it does provide protection in cases of accidental exposure.
How Namibia is Beating Other African Countries
Namibia is already ahead of other African countries in the fight against HIV/Aids, their health minister, Dr Bernard Haufiku, has said after thanking the U.S. government for injecting millions into their funding under the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (Pepfar). The minister spoke with allAfrica in Windhoek about what the government is doing to move Namibia towards becoming the first African country to bring the pandemic under control.