5 LGBT things you need to know today, May 10

1. The Russian LGBT Network opened up to NPR about what it’s doing to help gay men being rounded up and tortured because of their sexuality.

2. For the first time ever, a transgender pastor held a Holy Communion in Cuba last week.

3. In late April, another black transwoman was attacked and died as a result of her wounds. The New York community mourns the loss of 59-year-old Brenda Bostick, and searches for her killer.

4. It’s official: Out Olympic diver Tom Daley tied the knot to film and TV director Dustin Lance Black. Take a look at the couple’s wedding photos here.

5. VIDEO OF THE DAY: Human Rights Campaign will team up with trans reality star Jazz Jennings for a May 18 National “I Am Jazz” Reading Day. Learn more about the commemoration, and Jennings’ children’s book: