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Vatican snubs gay union blessings because God ‘cannot bless sin’

The Vatican has decreed that the Catholic Church cannot bless same-sex unions because God “cannot bless sin”. The Vatican’s orthodoxy office, the Congregation for the...

Belgian PM flies rainbow flag after killing sparks fear of homophobia motive

The rainbow flag of the LGBT community flew outside the Belgian prime minister’s office on Tuesday as suspicions remained that anti-gay motives may have...

Twitter limits access to Turkish minister’s LGBT tweet

Twitter has limited access to a tweet by Turkey’s interior minister who referred to student protesters as “LGBT perverts”. For weeks, students and staff at...

US police officer who was told to ‘tone down gayness’ agrees $10m settlement

St Louis County in Missouri has agreed to a $10.25m settlement with a gay police lieutenant who says he was passed over for promotion...

JK Rowling wades into transgender debate

JK Rowling has come out in support of a researcher who was sacked after tweeting that transgender people cannot change their biological sex. Maya Forstater...

Taylor Swift aims dig at Donald Trump after VMA win

Taylor Swift appeared to aim a dig at US President Donald Trump after winning the biggest prize of the night at the Video Music...

Lil Nas X living life to ‘its fullest potential’ after coming out as gay

Lil Nas X has said he is living life to “its fullest potential” after coming out as gay. The US rapper, who shot to fame...

Tearful Angela Eagle challenges LGBT equality teaching protesters

Angela Eagle appeared close to tears as she challenged those protesting against LGBT equality teaching, insisting: “We aren’t going to get back in the...

Thousands march for LGBT rights in Ukraine’s capital

Thousands of supporters of LGBT rights have marched through the centre of Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, under a heavy police presence to separate them...

Judge set to make ruling on interim injunction barring LGBT teaching protesters at UK school

A judge in England is set to reconsider an order barring protesters objecting to the teaching of LGBT lessons demonstrating outside a Birmingham primary...

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