The US Army’s top prosecutor for sexual assault cases has been suspended amid allegations he groped and tried to kiss a lawyer working for him, sources said. Meanwhile, the Senate has blocked a proposal to realign how the military handles sex crime cases.
A US Army general accused of sexual assault will plead guilty to three lesser charges while maintaining innocence on the more serious charges related to claims of coerced oral sex, according to his lawyer.
Rather than being taken to jail, sex workers detained on the streets of Phoenix are being brought to a church, where they can decide if they would rather be incarcerated or undergo therapy, a report by VICE columnist Molly Crabapple has revealed.
A military court in the state of North Carolina will start proceedings this week against Jeffrey Sinclair, the former deputy commander of American forces in southern Afghanistan accused of an array of sexual assault charges.
The West has cut off millions of dollars in aid to Uganda after the country introduced harsh new penalties for homosexuality. Uganda has said it can do without the aid and it will show “the world does not owe them a living.”
American customers of the world's most widely-used social networking site now have some new options for defining themselves digitally: As of Thursday, Facebook users in the United States can chose to identify as someone other than male or female.
The Sochi Olympics has attracted many protests. One, the Fair Games Project, launched an awareness campaign to support Russia’s LGBT community with a high-profile ad asserting that being gay in Russia costs $3,000 in fines… Wait, really?
The federal government is set to view same-sex marriages on the same legal ground as heterosexual couples in legal proceedings, such as when filing bankruptcy and paying debts, a move that has some groups fuming.