2nd November 2011
Hate messages blight US’ first gay homecoming king and queen 27
11:47 AM — School's superintendent condemns phone calls and emails as "demonstrating such a lack of tolerance".
Civil partnerships in religious premises “by the end of the year” 122
11:08 AM — Report published today says religious institutions will be able to apply to hold ceremonies before the end of December.
Religious representatives meet minister to support gay marriage 41
10:33 AM — Liberal Judaism, the Quakers and the Unitarians sent representatives ahead of the government's consultation on equal marriage.
FA will look into footballer’s “fully homophobic” tweet 30
10:29 AM — Footballer claims tweet complaining about gays on television was sent by a member of his family.
Interview: The Rocky Horror Show’s Richard O’Brien 7
9:32 AM — Richard O'Brien talks to Laurence Watts about writing a cult hit, bisexuality, sequels and turning seventy.
1st November 2011
Cambridge councillor talks of being UK’s “most influential” trans person 17
4:44 PM — Cambridge's second elected trans official talks about her experiences of transphobia, homophobia and misogyny.
Essex students claim teacher advised “act less gay” to avoid bullying 54
3:47 PM — The teacher's comments, which were reported after a student conference, will be among the outcomes used to form new anti-bullying guidelines for Essex schools.
Police association calls for homophobic recording of Stuart Walker murder 40
2:53 PM — Gay Police Association says failing to acknowledge a possible homophobic element at the start of an investigation may mean that evidence of homophobia never comes to light.
Kim Kardashian’s divorce prompts online clamour for gay marriage 36
12:16 PM — Objections raised on Twitter to 'sanctity of marriage' argument as American TV star's marriage folds early.
Comment: A tribute to Axel Axgil, 1915-2011 15
11:40 AM — Peter Tatchell remembers how Danish gay rights pioneer led him to uncover history of experiments on gay concentration camp prisoners.
Commonwealth nations react to “ex-colonial” British aid threat 186
10:37 AM — Countries with poorest gay rights records react warily as government plans to redirect aid and call for Commonwealth to examine citizens' fundamental rights.
Liverpool’s gay arts festival Homotopia begins today
9:23 AM — The eighth annual celebration of gay art features a mixture of performance art, lectures, dance and exhibitions around the city throughout November.