5th November 2012
Malawi suspends anti-gay laws 15
2:57 PM — Malawi has halted the enforcement of laws that criminalise same-sex relationships after comments made by the country’s Justice Minister Ralph Kasambara.
Comment: A Mitt Romney presidential win would be a disaster for LGBT Americans 40
1:20 PM — Writing from the US for Pinknews.co.uk on the eve of Election Day, Laurence Watts makes the case that a Mitt Romney presidency would be a disaster for LGBT rights.
Analysis: US 2012 race draws to a close 2
11:39 AM — Scott Roberts assesses President Obama’s first term as the US heads towards Election Day.
Video: UK same-sex parenting campaign film launched 11
10:28 AM — A new film, highlighting the discrimination faced by same-sex parents, has been launched to coincide with the UK’s National Adoption Week.
4th November 2012
UK sport stars top 2012 Pink List 23
3:16 PM — Olympic gold medal-winning boxer Nicola Adams has topped this year’s Independent on Sunday Pink List of the 101 most influential LGBT figures in Britain.
3rd November 2012
Lucy Spraggan quits X Factor due to illness 4
5:24 PM — In a statement, the 20-year-old from Sheffield said: "I am gutted not to be able to continue on this journey but I'm not well enough to perform".
US: University accused of pulling fellowship for pro-marriage equality theologian 14
3:30 AM — The University of San Diego has been accused of withdrawing a fellowship which had been offered to a theologian, after it found out she was in favour of marriage equality.
US: San Diego mayoral candidate would be first gay GOP big city leader 4
2:38 AM — Both mayoral candidates for the upcoming mayoral election in the city of San Diego, California, offer a step forward for the city.
2nd November 2012
HRC releases anti-Romney election video 46
9:23 PM — With 3 days to go before the US 2012 Election Day, America’s largest LGBT advocacy group has released an advert that attacks Mitt Romney’s stance on gay rights.
Scotland: Gay rights charity wins award for equal marriage campaign 7
8:05 PM — Equality Network, a Scottish LGBT rights group, has won an award for its equal marriage campaign from Scotland’s Herald newspaper.
UK: Catholic adoption charity loses anti-gay legal appeal 35
6:22 PM — Catholic Care has lost its latest appeal in its fight to be allowed to prevent gay couples from using its adoption services.
Brighton MP talks of crime concerns for city’s gay quarter 6
4:28 PM — The Chairman of Brighton and Hove’s LGBT Community Safety Forum has welcomed an MP’s decision to speak out over the increasing number of criminal incidents that have been occurring in the city’s famous LGBT district.
Alex Salmond: Stonewall wrong to call Cardinal O’Brien a ‘bigot’ 205
3:04 PM — Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond has waded into the row over Stonewall’s Bigot of the Year title after the gay rights charity awarded it to the leader of Scotland’s Catholic Church.
Video: Dutch FA broadcasts pro-gay advert 8
1:20 PM — When it comes to highlighting the lack of openly gay footballers, the Dutch FA has decided to use humour in order to get its message across.
Comment: Stonewall’s Bigot of the Year must continue 75
12:10 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Chris Ward argues that Stonewall, Britain’s largest gay rights charity, should continue with its “Bigot of the Year” award, despite objections from some prominent figures.
US: Michael Bloomberg endorses Barack Obama for presidential election 2
11:43 AM — On Thursday, New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg, endorsed Barack Obama for the US presidential election, citing a need for strong leadership, and President Obama's support for equal marriage.
Scottish Tory leader booed at Stonewall Awards 83
2:17 AM — The leader of the Scottish Conservatives Ruth Davidson found herself being booed off the stage at last night’s Stonewall Awards in central London.
US: Equal marriage advocates rally in Maine ahead of 6 November referendum 1
1:14 AM — Hundreds of people came out to rally in Maine ahead of Monday's referendum on equal marriage, in an attempt to get more people to vote 'yes' on Question 1, which would legalise same-sex marriage in the state.
UK: Cardinal Keith O’Brien named Stonewall’s ‘Bigot of the Year’ 60
12:29 AM — Stonewall, Britain’s largest gay rights charity, has named the UK’s most senior Catholic, Cardinal Keith O’Brien, for the title of “Bigot of the Year” as part of its annual awards ceremony.
1st November 2012
Peter Tatchell: UK Government broke promise, is still deporting gay asylum seekers 16
11:56 PM — Peter Tatchell is calling on the government and the UK Border Agency to stop deporting LGBT asylum seekers, back to homophobic countries.