8th April 2010
Gay couple will decide next week whether to sue B&B owners 33
5:39 PM — A gay couple have said they will decide in the coming week whether to take the Christian owners of a bed and breakfast to court for turning them away.
Event to raise funds for anti-homophobic bullying campaign 7
5:05 PM — An event will be held at London's Paramount Club later this month to raise funds for Stonewall's Education For All campaign against homophobic bullying.
Colin Farrell supports anti-homophobia campaign 9
4:45 PM — Actor Colin Farrell is supporting an Irish campaign against homophobic bullying. The 31-year-old star, who is from Dublin, spoke out for LGBT charity Belong To's STAND UP! campaign.
Gay playwright Terrence McNally marries
4:03 PM — The American playwright Terrence McNally has married his longterm partner in Washington DC. The pair already had a civil partnership but said they did not like "separate but equal".
Vatican says cover-up accusations due to Pope’s opposition to gay rights 47
3:37 PM — Vatican officials have refuted claims that the Pope was involved in a cover-up of the child abuse scandal, saying that the allegations are part of a "hate campaign" against him.
Campaigners to tell Cameron to ‘come out’ for gay rights 44
2:27 PM — Gay rights campaigners plan to hold a street party outside Conservative Party election headquarters on Sunday to ask leader David Cameron to 'come out' for gay rights.
US student told to change ‘gay’ Lady Gaga t-shirt 13
1:49 PM — A Tennessee student has accused his school of discrimination after he was told to go home and change out of a t-shirt bearing the word 'gay'. Cole Goforth's shirt read "I Heart Lady Gay Gay", a play on the name of bisexual singer Lady Gaga.
Irish union says schools are allowed to discriminate against gay teachers 11
12:12 PM — An Irish teaching union has said that equality laws allow religious schools to discriminate against gay teachers. Laws allow faith schools to take action against employees "undermining" their religious ethos.
Former lesbian Tory activist says she will vote Labour 107
11:47 AM — A former Conservative Party activist who was the chief of the party's gay group LGBTory has said she will vote Labour in the general election. Anastasia Beaumont-Bott, who left the party acrimoniously two years ago, said she felt guilty for telling people to vote for David Cameron.
Troops ask how repeal of gay ban will affect them 12
10:56 AM — A meeting of US military personnel was held this week for them to question the impact of lifting the ban on out gay soldiers. Around 350 soldiers were picked at random and assembled at the Pentagon on Tuesday.