25th August 2011
Indonesian province separates lesbians after fake marriage 37
4:32 PM — One of the two women in Aceh had posed as a man in order to be married in the only region in Indonesia to operate Sharia law.
Murakami novel dropped from reading list for lesbian sex mention 26
3:50 PM — Norwegian Wood, which has sold over 12 million copies internationally, was dropped after parents complained about a female character's reference to sex with a 13 year old girl.
Anti-gay Republican admits making hotel arrangement with teenager, but will not resign 67
2:31 PM — Republican representative told newspaper: "I went to the edge, but I didn't fall over the edge", and says he is definitely not gay.
Devon landlady sentenced for homophobic insult 27
12:54 PM — Conditional discharge handed down after pub landlady hurls insult at rival coastal hotelier.
US teacher returns after anti-gay rant “did not violate code of conduct” 79
12:02 PM — High school teacher who "almost threw up" on hearing about gay marriage legislation did not "disrupt" the school districts processes.
Maltese LGBT community faces legal anomaly after discriminatory rule is revoked 21
11:13 AM — Mediterranean archipelago is forced to allow EU citizens' gay partners across its borders, but does not give own citizens the same opportunity.
Inter-American Court of Human Rights hears landmark lesbian custody case 4
9:45 AM — Karen Atala had been told by Chilean courts that her children faced a risk of "social discrimination" because she was a lesbian, but the country has agreed to defer to the international court's decision.
Tim Cook succeeds Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple 27
12:18 AM — Tim Cook, appointed chief executive of Apple today, following the resignation of Steve Jobs, has in the past been described as the “most powerful gay man in Silicon Valley.” Although Mr Cook has never spoken publicly about his sexuality, he has long been described as gay and has never denied the claims.