The high-profile leader of protests against France's gay marriage law, Frigide Barjot, is to be evicted from the 173-square-metre flat in central Paris that she and her husband rent from the city council.
The Anglican Church of Southern Africa is calling for an end to violence targeting homosexuals.
France's Front National (FN) says it will sue Justice Minister Christiane Taubira for her reaction to one of its members comparing her to an ape.
Movie-goers in Idaho will not be able to see Cannes Palme d'Or winner Blue is the Warmest Colour because of a ban on sex scenes linked to the US state's licensing law.
A French court has overturned an earlier ruling that a gay Moroccan man could not marry his French partner
Cannes Palme d'Or winner Blue is the Warmest Colour opened in France and Belgium on Wednesday to an ecstatic critical reception despite being dogged by controversy in the six months since ...
Paris is to host the 2018 Gay Games, a boost for France after its adoption of a same-sex marriage law this year and a slap in the face for opponents of the move.
When France legalised gay marriage earlier this year, it was trumpeted by the government as a key moment for equality.
Nine women from the bare-breasted political protest movement Femen are in a Paris court today on charges of damaging Notre Dame Cathedral during a demonstration earlier this year.
Three months after France legalised gay marriage and adoption, opponents continue to protest the law and the Socialist government that created it.