14th November 2011
Ugandan lesbian rugby player granted asylum in Germany 16
4:41 PM — Sportswoman allowed to remain in Europe after speaking of persecution experienced in notoriously homophobic country.
New AIDS film records “dedication of those who fought epidemic” 38
4:12 PM — American documentary follows story of 1980s San Franciscans described by critic as the "equivalent of World War II resistance fighters".
Australian PM will allow ministers a “conscience vote” on gay marriage 63
3:14 PM — Julia Gillard will allow her party members to vote according to their own "values and beliefs" on whether to introduce gay marriage.
Attacker who broke gay man’s jaw avoids “richly deserved” prison term 41
1:44 PM — The 21-year-old, who cannot perform manual work because of a hand defect, was given a suspended sentence for the attack.
London campaigners to stage kiss-in over Nigeria’s anti-gay draft law 70
12:19 PM — Organisers say the protests hopes to "kiss homophobia, biphobia and transphobia goodbye" after Nigerian government considers criminal sanctions for those holding unofficial gay weddings.
St Petersburg lawmakers consider fines for “gay propaganda” 34
11:40 AM — Fines for distributing material to minors could range from £20 to £1,000 in the Russian city, which would be the third local authority to introduce such laws this year.
Focus on homophobic speech for Anti-Bullying Week 19
10:29 AM — Nearly all secondary school teachers in a recent poll reported hearing the word "gay" used pejoratively.
French mayor performs “militant gay marriage ceremony” 17
9:45 AM — The ceremony, before the 2012 presidential election, is the second held by a town's mayor to attract national attention, with some dismissing it as "provocative".
Thousand mourners attend funeral of Stuart Walker 112
9:24 AM — Over a tenth of the town's population arrive at the funeral of the murdered barman.