5th March 2013
Mississippi: Family of gay murdered mayoral candidate say he was ‘beaten, dragged and burned’ 6
12:52 PM — The family of a murdered gay mayoral candidate in the US state of Mississippi has said that he was beaten, dragged and burned, and do not believe it was a random act.
Japan: Lesbian pair are first same-sex couple to get married in Tokyo Disney 15
12:13 PM — Two women in Tokyo have become the first gay couple to tie the knot in Disneyland, and say they hope the symbolic ceremony will prompt Japan to think about LGBT discrimination.
Catholic Archbishop of Glasgow Philip Tartaglia: ‘The Catholic Church has been damaged by hypocrisy’ 48
11:53 AM — The Archbishop of Glasgow, Philip Tartaglia, has admitted that the Catholic Church stands accused of hypocrisy over the Cardinal O'Brien affair.
UK: Lawyer calls for police investigation into the sexual conduct of Cardinal O’Brien 32
11:06 AM — Cardinal Keith O’Brien, the former leader of the Scottish Catholic Church, could end up facing a criminal inquiry following allegations of sexual misconduct involving several priests.
Poll: New York City council speaker could become city’s first openly gay and first female mayor 4
1:12 AM — A new poll has been released which suggests that New York City Council Speaker Christine Quinn, could be in with a chance of becoming the first openly gay, and first female mayor of the city.
LGBT Catholics displaced by cancelled Soho masses welcomed into Jesuit church 23
12:01 AM — LGBT Catholics of the Soho Masses who were displaced by the discontinuation of LGBT specific services in Soho began what was described as their "new phase" of worship, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception on Sunday.