22nd June 2012
Israeli politician criticised over further anti-gay comments 35
6:08 PM — Israeli politician Anastasia Michaeli has further attacked Israel's LGBT community amid wide-ranging condemnation and critique.
Poll: Obama’s equal marriage support not moving divided public 5
5:33 PM — US President Barack Obama's recent declaration in favour of marriage equality for gay couples has not tipped public opinion towards or against the move or his handling of the issues, a recent poll shows.
Ugandan minister: Gays have freedom of assembly 5
4:37 PM — The Ugandan government has issued a statement following reports of gay rights workshops being broken up and NGOs being dissolved saying gay people have the right to freely assemble in the African state.
New anti-homophobia award named in honour of Alan Turing 16
3:43 PM — Ahead of the centenary of his birth, the Lesbian and Gay Foundation has unveiled a new award in its Homo Heroes series dedicated to gay computer genius and Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing.
France: Cohabiting gay men ‘twice as likely to be unemployed as straight counterparts’ 32
2:57 PM — French researches say they have determined that men in co-habiting gay relationships are twice as likely to be unemployed as straight men living with a female partner.
Study: One in seven UK employees harassed over perceived sexuality in the last year 16
1:06 PM — An international study into the experiences of LGBT people living in 21 countries around the world has revealed what it described as "endemic" homophobia in workplaces internationally.
Denmark: Newspaper editor refuses to write about gay marriage laws 34
12:14 PM — A Danish newspaper editor said he would refuse to include any news about the country's recently-implemented equal marriage laws.
Stonewall updates gay-friendly university guide 20
11:18 AM — Gay rights charity Stonewall has updated its guide to the gay-friendly credentials of the UK's 150 universities.
Queensland ‘downgrades’ civil partnerships and will ban gay surrogacy 100
10:38 AM — The Australian state of Queensland will remove gay couples' ability to have children through surrogacy and downgrade civil partnerships to the class of 'registered relationships', after a debate in Parliament last night.