8th June 2012
In Photos: Tel Aviv Pride 2012 247
5:10 PM — Tel Aviv today celebrated the largest pride in the Middle East with more than 100,000 people lining the streets and partying on the beach. Here are some of the best photographs of the day
Gay couple tell court of ‘sickening anti-gay comments’ at Derby pride parade
4:58 PM — A gay couple has told a court in Derby of being 'sickened' by anti-gay protesters at a pride march in the city who claimed there was a genetic link between homosexuality and paedophilia.
New guide for gay employees overseas published 5
4:34 PM — Stonewall has released a new guide for global employers with gay staff working on overseas assignments.
Portsmouth police appeal after gay man robbed at knifepoint in car 10
3:23 PM — Police in Portsmouth have issued an e-fit of a man wanted for questioning after a gay man was robbed at knifepoint having entered a car expecting sex.
Poland: Teaching materials for nurses ‘calls gays socially dangerous’ 40
2:52 PM — Anger has been expressed over teaching materials for nurses in Poland which reportedly describe homosexuality as a 'pathology'.
US study: Young bisexual and questioning people at more risk of alcohol abuse 10
1:57 PM — Bisexual students and those questioning their sexual orientation are more at risk of alcohol abuse than their gay and straight counterparts, a US study suggests.
LA: West Hollywood approves rainbow street crossings for June 5
1:09 PM — The local council for the West Hollywood area of Los Angeles has approved a measure to paint a street crossing in rainbow colours for the month of June.
Liverpool: Hate crime and social housing conference today 2
12:12 PM — A conference designed for and by social landlords in collaboration with gay and trans art and social justice organisation Homotopia will take place in Liverpool today.
Sydney team wins gay rugby world cup at Manchester final 8
11:41 AM — Gay Australian rugby team the Sydney Convicts have taken home the 2012 Bingham Cup, becoming gay rugby champions of the world.
Comment: Equal marriage is a logical, gentle and momentous step, writes Lynne Featherstone 225
10:33 AM — Writing exclusively for PinkNews.co.uk, Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone says Britain is "ready for change" and asks the community to have its say before the government consultation closes.
Catholic Voices poll: ’77 percent’ of gay and bisexual Britons disagree with marriage ban 84
10:16 AM — Reports of an online poll appear to show that half of gay Britons reject the idea that there is "no need" to change the law on marriage because of civil partnerships, and 77 percent do not accept that marriage should be reserved exclusively for straight people.