First Nike, now Adidas. Why the sports giant is facing backlash over swimsuit ad
Adidas revealed its ‘Let Love Be Your Legacy’ Pride 2023 line on 15 May. The advertisement, which features a person who outwardly looks like a man wearing a women's swimsuit, has sparked outrage on social media
Nantes fine Mostafa Mohamed for refusing to wear rainbow numbers on jersey
Nantes said in a statement that the Egypt striker was fined an undisclosed amount which will be donated to a French charity group called SOS HOMOPHOBIA.
How drag queens are the latest targets in the culture wars in US
The fight is playing out on a loop on conservative TV chat shows. On the legislative front, several states have taken up Republican bills seeking to curb drag events
US: Muslims don’t want LGBTQ+ books in schools, say 'If democracy matters, we're in majority'
Scores of protesters packed a Michigan school board meeting and expressed anger over certain LGBTQ+ books, saying they are 'too sexually explicit for children'
Daria Kasatkina slams Russian stance to homosexuality in coming-out video
Broadcasting homosexual "propaganda" to youngsters has been banned in Russia since 2013.
Kerala HC allows lesbian couple Adhila Nassrin and Fathima Noora to live together
Adhila alleged that her partner Fathima was allegedly abducted by her relatives last week. She also filed a police complaint earlier regarding this
'An attempt to strangulate an artiste's voice': Onir opens up on Defence Ministry's objection to his true-life story of a gay Major
"You’re humiliating the queer community by saying that the queer community is not ‘fit enough’ to serve the nation because you’re being judged not by your skillset, but by something that is nobody’s business, which is your sexuality," says Onir.
LGBTQ community finds homophobia has a free run on Instagram, and pleas for help don't really work
A live video aimed to provide a safe space for the LGBTQIA+ community to express freely soon turned into a homophobic nightmare but Instagram did little to secure their space
Graham Norton's novel Home Stretch is an intimate story of a gay man's return to his once-homophobic home, Ireland
The book, which HarperVia is releasing in the United States on Tuesday, is about how the tendrils of pain from a single incident can extend far into the future, but it’s also about fleeing your home because you don’t feel you belong there, as Norton did when he left Ireland in the early 1980s.
Amid backlash against LGBTQ rights, Warsaw holds gay pride parade after a two-year gap
The joyful and colourful celebration was tinged with fear of what the future holds for the rights of gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people after setbacks first in Russia and now in Hungary.
'We are here': Thousands reject Hungarian conservative lawmakers' anti-LGBTQ+ legislation
The Hungarian amendments would outlaw any depiction or discussion of different gender identity and sexual orientation in public, including in schools and the media.
Olga Tokarczuk, Antoni Porowski among board members of organisation countering Polish govt's homophobia
Catholic Church leaders have also used the term “rainbow plague” to describe the movement for greater rights for lesbians, gays, bisexual and transgender people.
Read an excerpt from The Anger of Saintly Men: Anubha Yadav's debut novel examines how society informs ideologies of masculinity
The award-winning author and filmmaker writes a compelling prose which forces us to examine the way boys are raised in our country, in the tight grip of a patriarchal mould that shapes their understanding of themselves and of what it means to be a man.
In a first, Brazil twins undergo gender confirmation surgery together, say they 'never identified as boys'
Dr Jose Carlos Martins of Transgender Center Brazil, a clinic in the southeastern city of Blumenau, performed the five-hour surgery on the twins one day apart
In Ruth Vanita's 'Memory of Light', a poignant romance between two courtesans unfolds in Nawabi-era Lucknow
Memory of Light emerges out of Ruth Vanita’s imagination of the pre-colonial world of courtesans and poets, and the ups and downs of the relationship between the two courtesans — Nafis bai and Chapla bai — unfolds against the backdrop of Nawabi-era of Lucknow.
Ayushmann Khurrana responds to Donald Trump's tweet on Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan
Ayushmann Khurrana says he is surprised to see a reaction from the US President on his recent release Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan finds unlikely fan in Donald Trump, President calls film 'great' in a tweet
'Great!' Donald Trump wrote as he retweeted a post by British LGBT activist Peter Tatchell, who celebrated Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan with a 'Hurrah!'
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan movie review: Ayushmann Khurrana-starrer crosses a new frontier for LGBT+ portrayals by Bollywood
Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan is funny, brave, smart and thoughtful, and director Hitesh Kewalya is a voice worth listening to
Ayushmann Khurrana on Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan: 'This film is targeted for the average Indian homophobe'
Ayushmann Khurrana explains why Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan has been designed as a family entertainer, aimed at penetrating the lowest common denominator.
Mexico tries to kick homophobic chant out of football with FIFA World Cup 2022 qualification under threat
Mexico is far from alone in struggling to deal with racist or homophobic insults shouted from the stands. But now, as a repeat offender, the country risks being banned from the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.