1st December 2012
Video: Sir Ian McKellen says ‘I want to get married in Middle Earth’ for same-sex marriage campaign 14
8:26 PM — X-Men and Lord of the Rings star Sir Ian McKellen has recorded a video for a New Zealand equal marriage campaign.
Peter Tatchell: The government’s HIV strategy is failing gay and bisexual men 51
7:03 PM — Human rights activist Peter Tatchell says that the British Government's strategy for HIV is failing men who have sex with men, the group seeing the fastest growth in HIV transmission rates.
Video: The HIV Hip Hop campaign to reduce stigma and raise awareness 7
4:55 PM — An HIV video message with a difference, developed by the Sheffield Centre for HIV and Sexual Health, learn about HIV through hip hop.
David Cameron: Too many people are infected with HIV without knowing it 58
11:58 AM — David Cameron says more needs to be done to increase HIV testing and has paid tribute to HIV/AIDS care and prevention workers in his annual World AIDS Day message.
London: G-A-Y Bar today attempts world record for total number of HIV tests 45
11:30 AM — G-A-Y Bar on London’s Old Compton Street will once again be providing free HIV tests today to mark World AIDS Day, donate £10 to charity for each test and campaigners hope to break another world record in the process.
Labour leader Ed Miliband calls on UK to ‘stand up for the rights of those in society with HIV’ 4
11:11 AM — Labour leader Ed Miliband has joined in other political leaders in recording a message to mark World AIDS Day. Unlike his political rivals, Mr Miliband chose not to wear a World AIDS Day ribbon.
US: University volleyball coach says he was sacked for being gay, will sue if not reinstated 7
2:21 AM — A former university women's volleyball coach who was sacked in November, said his department's decision was based on the fact that he is gay.
US: Gay “conversion therapy” advocates seek injunction to halt ban in California 19
1:15 AM — The yet to be implemented law banning discredited "gay cure" therapy in the state of California has been challenged by a Christian legal group, which said it violates privacy, and freedom of speech.