As the Department of Homeland Security eases up on married LGBT immigrants, five couples are suing for equal protection in a fight to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act.
A proposed national "gay propaganda" law threatens to silence a nascent LGBT movement.
Revolutionary optimism retreats as Islamic parties take power.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is overseeing a global campaign to promote equality after a long era of discrimination.
Leadership would rather “keep sheep” than adopt progressive policy.
Tourism, Buddhist tolerance and family values in Siem Reap.
A major US foreign aid initiative could tip the scales further toward equality.
Rights developments abroad should increasingly shape US coverage.
A Ugandan couple flees to a Kenyan camp, finding little relief.
But persecuted Syrians, Iraqis and Algerians find it isn't what they imagined.
Thanks (unexpectedly) to Maoist rebels, Nepal is emerging as Asia's pioneer for sexual minority rights.