A UK supreme court rules against trans dad, and Playboy México features first trans woman on the cover.
(WB) Immigration authorities in the Cayman Islands have recognized the marriage of a same-sex couple who legally married outside of the British territory.
(EDGE) A team of scientists from five UK universities says it has come close to finding a potential cure for HIV, after a new therapy has rendered the virus completely undetectable in a 44-year-old man's blood -- although they warn that it could be the result of regular HIV drugs.
This week read about Lil Nas X being accused of copying another singer in his new music video, Alan Turing being featured on the United Kingdom's currency, and the return of Harley Quinn.
This week read about activists pleading to the United Kingdom to ban conversion therapy in the country, and Mexico's Supreme Court ruling whether or not to legalize same-sex marriages in Yucatán.
This week read about two Pride festivals taking place this year in England, and a group of celebrities calling out for Ghana's president to reach out to LGBT community leaders.
This week read about organizations advocating for LGBT refugees in Kenya's "highly homophobic" Block 13 camp, and the British officers who were discharged for their sexual orientation reclaiming their medals again.
This week read about the United Kingdom adding a gender identity question in its census, and a Canadian school board canceling an annual Pride celebration.
(WM) Jan Morris, the celebrated journalist, historian, world traveler and fiction writer who in middle age became a pioneer of the transgender movement, has died at 94.
ATLANTA (AP) — A 33-year-old man has pleaded not guilty to strangling an LGBT activist and, months later, gouging out the eyeballs of a cellmate.
(AP) A judge in London has given a crystal meth addict a life term in prison for killing a police officer during a bondage sex session and then attempting to cook and eat his body parts.
(CNN) Tens of thousands of gay and bisexual men who were convicted of now-abolished sexual offenses in Britain will be posthumously pardoned, the government announced Thursday.
(AP) Britain's advertising watchdog says commercials depicting hapless husbands and housework-burdened moms may be bad for the nation's health.
The effects of conversion therapy can lead to psychological and emotional abuse that can cause irreversible damage in minors.
(EDGE) A 20-year-old man from Wakefield, West Yorkshire, England was told by his employer to remove his makeup while at work. But his response to his boss has the Internet rolling over in laughter.
(AP) The British government has passed a law granting posthumous pardons to thousands of men who were convicted under now-abolished anti-homosexuality laws, and allowing those who are still alive to have their criminal records wiped clean.
(EDGE) The London teenager who made headlines last week when two other teen boys allegedly choked him and forced him to apologize for being gay has come forward to speak out on the attack.
ILGA-Europe has just released its Europe Rainbow Map, which uses percentages to compare countries’ LGBT rights situations.