From a possible 'gay lobby' in the Vatican to Uganda's tense anti-LGBT environment, this week's religion news summary has all the important LGBT religious news stories for you. Click here for the full list
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The Family Research Council remains bitter that the Southern Poverty Law Center classifies it as a hate group.
Over wine and coffee in the Wilde Oscar restaurant, Peter Sibley and Gottfried Stecher are swapping stories of the bad old days when being gay was outlawed.
Cleo K., a transgender woman living in Uganda, penned an open letter asking her members of Parliament to reject the country's discriminatory bill which would criminalize LGBT Ugandans and subject some to the death penalty.
Ludovic Mohammed Zahed is braced for controversy, maybe even worse. A gay Muslim and an expert on the Koran, Zahed plans to open Europe's first gay-friendly mosque in Paris at the end of this month.
A new worldwide study of gay men and men who have sex with men (MSM) finds that there are some severe consistent barriers to accessing HIV prevention and treatment services.
With same-sex marriage now the law in Washington state, Olympia has eliminated the terms “bride” and “groom” from their wedding license application. For Fox News Channel legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr., the changes are not welcome...
A transgender teen initially banned from using the boys washroom at his Toronto-area high school has been told he can now use it freely.
After announcing her intentions of resigning Tuesday, State Rep.-elect Stacie Marie Laughton said Wednesday that she will continue fighting to keep her forthcoming seat.