9th January 2013
Poll: Support for marriage equality in Poland doubled over nine years, but remains low 23
1:16 PM — According to a new poll, support for equal marriage in Poland has doubled since 2003, but still remains low.
US: Tributes to LGBT campaigner Jeanne Manford 3
12:52 PM — Jeanne Manford, the founder of an international organisation for parents and relatives of LGBT family members has died at her home in California.
Cafe owner denies speaking at Ugandan anti-gay rally, attempts to stop protest 17
12:50 PM — The owner of a Christian bookshop has denied claims that he is homophobic, and that he attended an anti-gay rally, in order to try to stop a demonstration which was being planned at the premises.
US: Washington National Cathedral to start marrying gay couples 16
12:07 PM — The Washington National Cathedral, where America gathers to mourn tragedies and celebrate new presidents, will soon begin performing same-sex marriages.
Alice Arnold: I want to get married to my civil partner Clare Balding 10
11:20 AM — Former Radio 4 newsreader Alice Arnold says she is determined to turn her civil partnership into a marriage.
UK: Lesbian drug addict couple accused of torturing pensioner to death
10:34 AM — A lesbian couple are accused of torturing a pensioner to death in order to get his bank PIN details, Norwich Crown Court has heard.
UKIP removes youth chairman from office for supporting gay rights 93
9:34 AM — UKIP (United Kingdom Independence Party) has removed the chairman of its youth wing, Young Independence, in part due to his support for same-sex marriage. It has not however removed officials before for stating that gay couples adopting is "child abuse" or that people who read PinkNews should be sectioned under the Mental Health Act.
Update: Gay teenager denied Eagle Scout award, as he doesn’t adhere to ‘duty of God’ 33
1:24 AM — Gay teenager, Ryan Andresen, has been denied the highest Boy Scouts honour, the Eagle Scout badge, by the national Boy Scouts of America organisation, despite a recommendation for approval from a review board at his local council, and a 460,000 strong petition in his favour.
Student activist forced to justify sexuality in asylum case 14
1:06 AM — A member of the NUS Black Students’ Campaign Committee is to be brought before a hearing on his asylum in the UK, and has been asked to "prove" his sexuality.