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Rainbow Flag Creator and Activist Gilbert Baker Has Died at 65


The man who created the most visible symbol of LGBT pride was a lifelong activist who continued to evolve the rainbow flag until his death.

The man who created the most recognizable symbol of L...

Man who grabbed air steward’s crotch and asked ‘are you gay?’ could lose his job


A man could lose his job after he grabbed the genitals of a male flight attendant and asked, “are you gay?”.

Thomas Sleigh, 45, was earlier this month found guilty of sexual assault against the ...

Taiwan Poised to Usher in Marriage Equality as Constitutional Court Hears Landmark Gay Marriage Case


Taiwan may be the first place in Asia to have marriage equality should the Constitutional Court rule in favor of marriage equality in a case they are hearing today.

AFP reports:

A panel of 14...

Buenos Aires dedicates Subway station to LGBTI rights activist


Is this the world's gayest Subway station?

Buenos Aires has dedicated its newest Subway station to an Argentinian gay icon. On Monday (20 March) the new station, now called Santa Fe – Carlos Jaú...

Same-sex marriage now is legal in Slovenia


Same-sex marriage has become legal for the first time in Slovenia.

Although the law will give couples largely the same rights as heterosexual ones, it still bans them from jointly adopting child...

This Qantas jet got a rainbow makeover for a pretty cool reason


Up, up and a-gay!

The Australian airline Qantas has given one of its jets a colorful makeover to mark Sydney Mardi Gras.

The new branding includes multicolored writing along the fuselage....