Councillors in Dundee are set to be told of significant progress in making the city council a more inclusive organisation.
Scotland must unite to stand against transphobia to ensure everyone feels safe, secure and accepted, the equalities secretary has said.
The Police Federation has joined the backlash against anti-gay laws in Brunei by moving its annual bravery awards away from the Dorchester hotel.
Campaigners for LGBT rights have held a protest outside a Christian conference claiming to offer support to people experiencing “same sex temptations”.
Google has decided to end its short-lived AI council after controversy surrounding the appointment of a member accused of being anti-LGBT.
Members of Brunei’s LGBTQ community have expressed their fears as new Islamic criminal laws took effect on Wednesday.
The Scottish Government has been urged to help save an LGBT charity from closure.
New Islamic criminal laws in Brunei punishing gay sex and adultery by stoning offenders to death have triggered international outcry.
Germany’s Foreign Ministry has said it has protested against Brunei’s plans to implement Islamic criminal laws that punish gay sex by stoning offenders to death.
Google has bowed to pressure to remove an app accused of promoting gay conversion therapy, months after Apple, Amazon and Microsoft took action.
BBC political show Question Time has been criticised for airing a debate over whether it is “morally right” to teach children about LGBTQ+ “issues”.
Beyonce and Jay-Z were honoured for their contribution to the LGBT community at the GLAAD Media Awards.
Protesters calling for a Birmingham primary school to suspend lessons teaching respect for same-sex relationships have staged a ninth day of demonstrations.
Andrea Leadsom was accused of having “shouted angrily” and “jabbing her finger” toward an MP who criticised her comments on LGBT education.
Theresa May was urged to “condemn” Andrea Leadsom by a Labour MP who criticised the Cabinet minister’s comments on LGBT education.
Police are investigating reports of homophobic graffiti at a school which is at the centre of a sex education row.
The struggle of growing up and getting through school is difficult enough for most teenagers.
ScotRail has signed an agreement to help champion the cause of LGBT people at work.
MSPs from all parties at Holyrood have joined together to give their backing to LGBT young people in Scotland.
Top clubs have been encouraged to follow the example of Altrincham after they wore a rainbow coloured kit in a competitive fixture in support of football’s fight against homophobia.