"The President said he can't prioritize human rights in his relationship with Russia because there are other issues as well. I disagree with the President because, in my view, by doing so, we narrow our chances of cooperation in other areas."
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who recently officiated at a friend's same-sex wedding, told a Philadelphia audience Friday that growing acceptance of gay marriage reflects the "genius" of the U.S. Constitution.
Senegal's new Justice Minister Sidiki Kaba has ruled out legalising homosexuality in the deeply conservative Muslim country despite being a former leading campaigner for gay rights, reports said on Friday.
This week, spokespeople from RUSA LGBT, an organization of Russian and Russian-speaking LGBT people living in the United States, have earned several media hits and opportunities to tell their story and tell a US audience what they can do to help.
As part of a BBC report exposing the violent videos fueling an anti-gay group, a 21-year-old gay man is seen being forced to drink urine and a group of vigilantes, led by a woman named Yekaterina, goes "on safari," hunting for LGBT people.
Count Jacques Rogge has finally admitted to something that he should have admitted to a long time ago. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) can do little to nothing to stop or influence Russia with regards to their anti-gay policies.