In January 1987, 30 years ago, I wrote a draft of what was to become soon afterwards the first comprehensive human rights charter for people with HIV.
A Russian publisher charged with translating a U.S fantasy novel has admitted removing a plot involving a gay romance.
Author Ali gives a poignant look into the lives of gay men living in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan and other Middle Eastern Muslim countries in his eye-opening new book, “Two Gay Muslim Couples” (published by Lulu).
The Israeli Ministry of Education decided to ban from the school program a book describing an affair between a jewish woman and an arab man.
When it comes to treating LGBT substance abuse know this: we are the same but different from our straight counterparts. While treatment and intervention for alcoholism and drug addiction in lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans patients often mirrors that offered to the general population, if it often does not acknowledge the complexity of the experiences, emotions and challenges faced by LGBT patients, it runs the risk of being rendered ineffective, counterproductive or even detrimental to recovery.
Totally Entwined Group's new imprint Pride Publishing is releasing its first gay romance paperback, a book about two gay cage fighters.
Internationally known New York City drag queen, actress, comedienne, columnist, and cocktail connoisseur Jeza Belle will make her publishing debut on October 7, with The Harlot’s Guide To Classy Cocktails.
Children’s book, " I Am Jazz " , by transgender teen advocate Jazz Jennings increases understanding and emphasises the importance of compassion.
Living as a closeted gay man in Jamaica drove novelist Marlon James to such despair that he once wrote he knew he had to leave "in a plane or a coffin."
Bisexuality is confusing to many people whether gay or straight. It’s especially confusing for Adam Donatello. He accepts that his serious girlfriend is bisexual but he doesn't quite understand it. He twists their relationship into a knot trying to figure it out, and he falls victim to the common mistake of conflating bisexuality with promiscuity.