- Czech Republic
- Channel Islands
- Northern Cyprus
- The Netherlands
- El Salvador
- Costa Rica
- South Korea
- South Africa
- Middle East
- Saudi Arabia
- South Africa
- New Zealand
27 June 2011Turkish gay Pride marchers demand more rights 8 Thousands of Turkish gay rights activist joined a Pride march in Istanbul yesterday to call for more rights.
21 June 2011Turkey accused of ignoring violence against gays 26 Turkey has been accused of ignoring cases of harassment, discrimination and violence against LGBT people.
21 June 2011US couple have Nepal’s first lesbian wedding 16 An American couple have become the first lesbians to marry publicly in Nepal.
21 June 2011World Health Organization calls for anti-discrimination laws to tackle HIV 10 The World Health Organization (WHO) has released new guidelines on HIV in gay and bisexual men and transgender people.
17 June 2011Hong Kong government hires ‘gay cure expert’ 58 Hong Kong's government has hired a 'reparative therapy' expert who says gays can be cured.
13 June 2011Video: Croatian gay pride march attacked by extremists 32 A gay pride march in a coastal town in Croatia ended in violence on Saturday when a stone-throwing mob attacked marchers.
1 June 2011Commonwealth secretary general speaks out against homophobia following Tatchell’s criticisms 29 The Commonwealth secretary-general, Kamalesh Sharma, has written an article in the Nairobi Star speaking out against homophobia.
31 May 2011Nepalese census includes category for ‘third gender’ 4 Nepal's Central Bureau of Statistics has given official recognition to LGB and transgender people.
30 May 2011Increasing number of countries becoming more tolerant of homosexuality, survey shows 69 Results of a new cross-national study have shown that a vast majority of countries have become more accepting of homosexuality over the past 20 years - though the trend is markedly slower in Russia and other former Communist countries.
27 May 2011India celebrates second gay film festival 11 India's second annual gay film festival is underway in Mumbai.
17 May 2011Peter Tatchell: The Commonwealth is a bastion of homophobia 108 Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell says the Commonwealth is a "bastion of global homophobia" and has failed to condemn abuses of LGBT people.
27 April 2011Pakistan allows trans men and women their own gender category 30 A landmark decision has been taken in Pakistan to allow trans people their own gender category on selected official documents.
26 April 2011Japan’s first openly gay politician victorious in election 14 Japan's first openly gay politician has today hailed his election success as a victory for the rights of sexual minorities.
20 April 2011Malaysia’s gay cure camp sparks anger 14 A Malaysian 'gay cure' camp for effeminate teenagers should be abolished, the country's women's minister says.
19 April 2011Malaysia sends 66 boys to gay cure camp 104 Malaysian authorities have admitted sending 66 teenage boys thought to be gay to a camp to learn "masculine behaviour".
13 April 2011Indian minister says declining female birth rate means ‘we’ll all become gay’ 67 An Indian minister says he is concerned that the whole population will become gay if gender balance trends continue.
8 April 2011Nepal’s gay MP: ‘Gandhi’s sexuality doesn’t matter’ 9 Nepal's only out gay MP says that Gandhi's legacy, rather than his sexuality, is what matters.
7 April 2011Travel: Warm welcomes and good food in India 8 After a 2009 court ruling decriminalising homosexuality, Sam Feller finds that India has plenty to offer gay travellers, including great food and welcoming people.
4 April 201160 arrested in Shanghai gay bar raid 6 More than 60 people were arrested this weekend when police raided a gay bar in Shanghai.
30 March 2011Commercial success for Malaysia’s first gay film 11 Malaysia's first gay-themed film has found success at the country''s box office.