31st October 2012
Audio: Rabbi blames Hurricane Sandy on New York’s equal marriage law 40
9:44 PM — If you thought it was just far-right Christian pastors that are keen to blame Hurricane Sandy on America’s growing support for equal marriage, well think again.
London: Peter Tatchell arrested after limo protest at Westminster 28
8:40 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has been arrested for staging a protest in front of the Indonesian president’s limousine.
Ugandan parliamentary speaker promises to revive anti-gay law 43
7:33 PM — The Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament has claimed the country’s notorious Anti-Homosexuality Bill will soon be passed by lawmakers.
Brad Pitt donates $100,000 towards equal marriage fight 9
4:25 PM — Brad Pitt has agreed to donate $100,000 (£62,000) to help the Human Rights Campaign raise money for its efforts to support equal marriage initiatives in several US states.
US preacher blames same-sex marriage for Hurricane Sandy 51
3:23 PM — A right-wing homophobic US preacher, who claimed Hurricane Sandy was an example of God’s wrath due to President Obama’s support of equal marriage, is defending his remarks.
Comment: Why I’m no longer Gay but still want to marry someone of the same sex 200
1:56 PM — Can you be homosexual without having a Gay identity? Chris Morris, whose case in the European Court of Human Rights helped secure an equal age of consent, explores how labels affect our self-image.
David Cameron: Same-sex marriage is ‘popular’ with voters 107
12:22 PM — David Cameron has personally responded to a letter sent to him by the former Welsh Secretary Cheryl Gillian after the Tory MP expressed her concerns over the government’s marriage reforms.
Plans for same-sex marriage are ‘foolish’ says Tory MP 57
10:47 AM — Conservative MP Edward Leigh has once again criticised the government’s policy on equal marriage.
US: $16 million Minnesotan marriage amendment campaigns are the largest ever 3
12:46 AM — The main groups supporting and opposing the Minnesotan constitutional marriage amendment have raised in total, around $16 million, with equal marriage supporters having raised almost twice than those opposed to it.
UK: Gay sport stars lend support to NUS campaign 2
12:02 AM — England and Surrey cricketer Steven Davies, the sports first openly gay player, is backing the National Union of Students' (NUS) campaign to tackle homophobia in sport, along with gay rugby star Gareth Thomas.