A 32-year-old Indian man was arrested for homosexuality, despite judicial assurances that reinstatement of a Colonial-era antigay law wouldn't cause arrests.
When will PrEP have its Magic Johnson moment?
Being of two Senate Democrats who don't support marriage equality isn't antigay enough for the National Organization for Marriage's campaign in Arkansas.
The Roman Catholic hierarchy is not pleased with decisions by universities, including Creighton and Notre Dame, to offer benefits to same-sex spouses of employees.
The teen says he was lured to a skate park, where he was kicked, punched, and called 'faggot' and 'booty lover.'
Trans residents of British Columbia are rallying this weekend to draw attention to their province's years-long wait lists for state-covered gender-affirming surgeries.
The former chairman of the Walt Disney Studios will join Discovery in January 2015
It Shoulda Been You, a new wedding-themed musical comedy cowritten by Pierce's husband, will open this spring.
The British comedian says his heterosexuality is 'tedious.'
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include the dark side of Angelina Jolie, Aretha Franklin, a real American hero, and a horny Daniel Radcliffe.
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Michael Weinstein was a pioneer in fighting the stigma around HIV since the early 1980s. So why are people so upset with his activism these days?
How an average gay man made peace with his looks and embraced his basic appearance.
Why shaming bottoms allows HIV to keep spreading.
In a prosperous, West-leaning land of contradictions and paradoxes, Singapore's Supreme Court just let an archaic antigay sodomy law stand.
So much contributes to why gay and bi men aren't talking about PrEP, including stigma and myths about its effects, says Frank Spinelli, MD.
The subpoenas have drawn much wrath from the right, but Mayor Annise Parker said she was not giving in to critics but serving the best interest of Houston.
A mother and boyfriend charged with the torture and murder of an 8-year-old boy were reportedly offered a plea deal.
There's no doubt that Gary Cohan, MD, is a supporter of PrEP for HIV prevention, and here's how things would go if you were his patient.