UK asylum seeker needs even more proof he's gay

Valerie Ediage seeks asylum in the UK, but The Home Office needs more proof he's gay.

An asylum seeker who left his country of Cameroon to settle in the UK says he fears that he will be deported because The Home Office says they don't have enough evidence to prove he is gay.

Valerie Ediage, 30, who lives in West Bromwich arrived in England six years ago, fleeing his homeland for fear that if he were to remain there, he would be imprisoned or worse. 

Serbian religious leaders hold citywide 'exorcism' after Belgrade Pride

Serbian Christians hold exorcism over the city after Belgrade Pride.

Belgrade held their largest Pride parade to date on Sept. 18, however some religious officials thought the celebration was so sacrilegious that they had to clear the city of any negative forces by performing an “exorcism.”

Queen’s cousin comes out as the first openly gay royal

Lord Ivar Mountbatten, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, has come out as gay.

Lord Ivar Mountbatten, a cousin of Queen Elizabeth II, has become the first member of the extended British royal family to come out as gay.

A country for and ruled by gays is in the planning stages

A gay-run sovereign territory could be a reality some day.

What if you could move to a country where the LGBT community was the majority? In fact, the LGBT inhabitants weren’t only the majority, they were the governing power.

Believe it or not, that’s the idea behind Viktor Zimmerman’s plan to find a region large and affordable enough to plan a gay utopia.

Indonesia may ban all LGBT media, apps and more

Indonesia could ban all LGBT media in the near future.

Some of Indonesia’s biggest organizations held a summit to discuss the fate of hook-up apps and LGBT-themed websites on Wednesday..