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Fear in Scotland: Third gay man killed in a month in Edinburgh

The stabbing death of a retired lecturer in Merchiston follows the violent deaths of John Carter, 44, in Leith, and a man in Pilton who can't be named for legal reasons, sparking fears that gay men are being targeted in the city.

Uganda lawmakers to revive “Kill the Gays” bill

The bill would criminalize homosexuality and impose death penalties for “repeat offenders/ aggravated homosexuality” and prison terms for gays and lesbians including those who fail to report them.

COMMENTARY: St. Patrick's Day parades are anti-gay, just like the black church

Irish and African-American LGBTQ communities share a lot in common when it comes to being excluded from iconic institutions in their communities. For LGBTQ African-Americans, it's the black church, and for LGBTQ Irish, it's the St. Patrick's Day Parade.

Crystal Cathedral asks choir to sign anti-gay pledge

Former and current choir members say they are particularly offended by a statement in the document that refers to homosexuality. Long-time church members say this is the first time they have seen the cathedral take a firm stand against homosexuality and are disturbed by it.