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Journalist claims he was denied entry into stadium by security staff for wearing rainbow t-shirt

Doha: A journalist has claimed he was denied entry into the stadium by security staff as he was wearing a rainbow t-shirt when USA was playing World Cup opener against Wales.

Iran: UN experts demand stay of execution for two women LGBT rights activists

New York: Iran must immediately stay the executions of two womensentenced to death for supporting the human rights of lesbian, gay,bisexual, trans and gender-diverse (LGBT) people, a larg ...

Bros: Hollywood awaits release of first gay rom-com

Nicholas Stoller's LGBTQ romantic comedy film, Bros, which is set to release in the United States of America on September 30, 2022, is the first movie to feature an all openly LGBTQ c ...

LGBTQIA military brats more prone to mental health issues, suicide: Study

A new study has revealed that LGBTQIA youth in military families in the United States of America have a higher chance of committing suicide and battling psychological distress.

LGBT rights being ‘deliberately undermined’, in some US states: UN expert

An independent UN human rights expert on Tuesday warned that the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and gender diverse (LGBT) people are being “deliberately undermined by some ...

Singapore: UN rights chief welcomes repeal of colonial-era law banning sex between men

New York: The UN human rights chief on Monday welcomed the announcement from the Prime Minister of Singapore, that the city State would move to repeal a law known as 377A, which for decad ...

Singapore decides to end ban on gay sex

Singapore: Singapore will repeal a law that bans gay sex, effectively making it legal to be homosexual in the city-state.

Former New Zealand fast bowler Heath Davis reveals he is gay

Auckland: Former New Zealand fast bowler Heath Davis, who played five Tests for the national team, has revealed that he is gay.

LGBTQ festival in Seoul resumes after two-year hiatus

Seoul/UNI: After a pause for two years due to Covid-19, the annual LGBTQ festival was held in the South Korean capital.