The annual parade in the Mother City misses the point: it should be inclusive of all persuasions, classes and races, writes Nyx McLean.
The social network's policy on anonymity is angering people who have taken new names.
Cape Town Pride can't claim to be returning to the rainbow if it is only taking a few community members along. Charging for events is prohibitive.
Thousands marched for gay rights in the capital of Nicosia despite a counter-demonstration by conservative Christians and clerics.
A new movement for sexual minorities has spurned big business to? fight broader social ills, writes Gillian Schutte.
Canadian Olympians will march in a pride parade in solidarity with the gay community that could land them in jail or kicked out of the Sochi Olympics.
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More than 2 000 people have marched in Hong Kong's gay pride parade, as campaigners called for the enactment of laws to ban discrimination against hom
Very few of the LGBT people and their supporters who celebrated Pride month recently could have known of an attack on their constitutional freedoms.
Apart from challenging conventional sexual categories, Pride's most outrageous performers question the beautiful.
Thousands marched in Prague at the climax of the first gay pride festival in the Czech capital, defying a fine drizzle and counter demonstrations.
Embracing a policy of "Do Tell," the Dutch military joined Amsterdam's annual Gay Pride parade for the first time.
Thousands took part in Africa's biggest Gay Pride event in Johannesburg on Saturday, aimed at drawing attention to the persecution of homosexuals.
The Sunday Sun's "half-hearted" apology for publishing a column disparaging of gay people was "inadequate", a gay organisation says.
MP who believes homosexuality can be cured by psychiatry makes a "guest" appearance at the annual Gay Pride parade in Belfast.
Cuba's gay community celebrated unprecedented openness -- and high-ranking political alliances -- with a government-backed campaign against homophobia on Saturday. The meeting at a convention centre in Havana's Vedado district may have been the largest gathering of openly gay activists to date on the communist-run island.