Egyptian authorities are using a "debauchery" law to justify a crackdown on gay and trans people.
CIA insiders worry reforms pushed by Brennan are languishing in his absence.
Unless Congress acts to legislatively protect transgender people’s right to serve, the president can have his way.
The way the president rolled out this decision is almost a textbook example of how not to make difficult decisions on military policy.
If parliament codifies it in the next two years, Taiwan will be a trailblazer in Asia.
Survivors of prison camps in Russia are looking for some place to go.
Indonesia’s once-vaunted religious pluralism is ceding ground to sharia law.
In a country in which HIV and homosexuality are stigmatized, the registry might be more sickness than cure.
Not all of them think a pardon is enough.
The Indonesian president has defended his suggestion that sex offenders be castrated.
Indonesia's government has increased its aggression toward gay communities, and now says they have no space for them.
LGBT activists are in the vanguard of the struggle against the region’s dictators and theocrats.
The country's top court declined to revisit a law that targets gay sex — the latest setback for the subcontinent’s LGBT community and its struggle for equality.