Colombia’s capital city has elected its first lesbian mayor.
There was a countdown-to-midnight celebration in Northern Ireland on Monday as new legislation which paves the way for same-sex marriage and decriminalises abortion came into effect.
A High Court judge considering whether to keep a protest exclusion zone around a school at the centre of a row over LGBT equality teaching has reserved his judgment until a later date.
Equalities minister Liz Truss is committed to finishing a review into the process of how a person changes their legal gender, a source has said.
Pope Francis has met privately with an American Jesuit who has been attacked by conservative US Catholics for reaching out to gays, the latest evidence of Francis’ willingness to shrug off right-wing criticism for the sake of his pastoral priorities.
A transgender man who has given birth but does not want to be described as “mother” on a birth certificate is considering an appeal after losing a High Court fight, a lawyer says.
Homophobic hate crimes reported to police have more than doubled in the past five years – but just 8% now result in prosecutions, new figures suggest.
A fundraising page which aimed to provide funds to anti-LGBT teaching protesters has been taken down as it “violates terms of service”.
Bosnia’s capital, Sarajevo, held its first LGBT pride parade on Sunday without incident but amid heavy security to prevent violence from extremist groups.
More than half of British adults support primary schools teaching LGBT-inclusive lessons, new research has found.
Every single school will get support on teaching relationships education as pupils prepare to return to classrooms for the new term, the Education Secretary has said.
‘My girlfriend has had bricks thrown at her’ Banchory teen bravely speaks out against LGBT abuse in schools
A Banchory teenager has bravely spoken out about bullying targeted at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transsexual (LGBT) youngsters in north-east schools.
The number of hate crimes targeting people in the north and north-east because of their sexual orientation has soared in the last two years.
More action is needed to “shape the perceptions” of children watching non-inclusive TV, according to a report.
A plea has gone out to bikers to join the Proud Ness parade in Inverness later this month.
Organisers of Proud Ness 2019 have announced a “We are Family” theme for next month’s event in Inverness.
Two cars used during filming of Top Gear in Brunei have been painted with Pride flags in a protest at the country’s strict anti-LGBT laws.
Taylor Swift treated fans to a surprise performance at an historic LGBT landmark in New York City.
A LGBT+ charity has made a desperate appeal for funds to ensure it continue its work in Grampian.
Channel 4 has called for better representation of the LGBT community in TV advertising.
Members of the LGBT community in Inverness have reason to celebrate after the Proud Ness event scooped the top prize for the community category of the inaugural Proud Scotland Awards.
The second controversial gay pride event in the Outer Hebrides is to go ahead this weekend - but with the local council again refusing to fly the LGBT rainbow flag from its headquarters in support.
A north-east trade union has announced its support for this weekend’s Grampian Pride event.
Beyonce and Jay-Z were honoured for their contribution to the LGBT community at the GLAAD Media Awards.
A second Pride march in support of the LGBT community in the Highlands is to be held in Inverness this summer.
A self-proclaimed monk from Orkney sent hate mail to a priest who urged people to pray for Prince George to be gay.
The organisers of Grampian Pride are seeking financial support to ensure they can pull off the colourful celebration of all things LGBT+ as successfully as last year.
Scottish Secretary David Mundell has described coming out as gay as "one of the most difficult things" he has ever done.
Plans for next year’s Grampian Pride festival are in full swing with a date for the event announced.
Will Young has called for action over the “misappropriation of the word gay” in the classroom.
Cate Blanchett has defended straight actors playing gay characters and said she will “fight to the death” for the right to suspend disbelief.
The BBC is taking action over a perceived “heteronormative culture” at the broadcaster by making LGBT reforms.