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Who is Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn and what's his record on LGBT rights? Is he the ally that our LGBT community across the pond needs?

According to an annual report on state-sponsored homophobia, homosexuality is still a crime in 72 nations and punishable by death in eight.

Monarchy has always been ripe with LGBTQ royalty who never hid their love for their fellow men and women despite the judgement cast against them.

Reports of gays in Chechnya being rounded up in concentration camps brought to mind similar gay concentration camps set up by the Nazis.

China has taken the concept of "boy band" groups one step further by introducing the gender-bending boy band composed of all girls: Acrush.

Naming the Buenos Aires subway station in honor of Carlos Jauregui will make it the first station in the world named for an Argentinean LGBT activist.

We all need some inspiration from the people around us. Here are seven LGBT activists who have been fighting the good fight around the world.

Though it may feel like it's not the best of times to be LGBT in the US these days, other countries have no LGBT rights to speak of, like Uganda and Russia.

While lesbian Chinese still have to fight for acceptance in China, they also have to deal with the patriarchal tradition of inequality among the sexes.

The Chinese LGBT market is set to expand with Chinese companies willing to be LGBT-friendly. However, LGBTs working in these companies are still wary.