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  1. More than 8,000 people turned out for Kiev's Gay Pride march amid tight security as far-right

    Thousands march in Ukraine capital's Gay Pride

  2. Ireland's probably most famed product, Guinness, even painted their gates in the rainbow

    Young people key to combatting homophobia: LGBT rugby chief

  3. Sammy McJessie, a lesbian who is also intersex, said everyday tasks in Malawi were like walking on

    Fear and stigma mark life for gays in conservative Malawi

  4. The Supreme Federal Court of Brazil voted eight to three to criminalize homophobia in the country

    Brazil Supreme Court criminalises homophobia

    Brazil's Supreme Court voted Thursday to criminalize homophobia, an important step for sexual minorities in one of the most dangerous countries ...
  5. Lesbians assaulted on a bus

    Teenagers out on bail after attack on lesbian couple on London bus

    British police on Saturday released on bail five teenagers arrested following a homophobic attack on a lesbian couple who refused to kiss for a ...
  6. Bhutan's National Council will vote on Monday to pass the bill following the move by the lower

    Bhutan gays celebrate after homosexuality decriminalised

    Bhutan's LGBT community celebrated Saturday after the tiny Himalayan kingdom's parliament became the world's latest to decriminalise homosexuality.
  7. Homosexuality is not illegal in South Korea but there is currently no legislation outlawing

    South Korea's pride parade marks 20 years in blaze of colour

    Tens of thousands of LGBT South Koreans and their supporters paraded through central Seoul Saturday for the capital's 20th gay rights march, with ...
  8. FILE PHOTO: Participants hold a giant rainbow flag during a lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender

    China signals won't follow Taiwan in allowing same-sex marriage

  9. Gay newlyweds walk on a giant rainbow flag at a pro same-sex marriage party after registering their

    We do: Taiwan's gay newlyweds urge Asia to follow their lead