28th June 2013
David Cameron: Gay and lesbian young people will see that they are truly equal after marriage law changes 18
11:34 AM — Prime Minister David Cameron says implementing equal marriage means gay and lesbian students “will be able to see that Parliament believes their love is the same as anyone else’s love.”
Australia: Kevin Rudd pledges to push for referendum on equal marriage 9
11:10 AM — Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has announced his intentions to hold a referendum on same-sex marriage, just one day after being sworn in to the role.
Yvette Cooper: Pride is a time for celebration and a call to action to tackle homophobia in schools 3
10:38 AM — Labour's Shadow Home Secretary and Shadow Minister for Equalities, Yvette Cooper, writes exclusively for PinkNews.co.uk about her pride that gay couples will soon be able to marry but argues that more needs to be done to tackle homophobia in schools.
Boris Johnson: Take pride in London’s LGBT vibrancy and fight to tackle the homophobia that still exists 7
9:42 AM — Boris Johnson, the Mayor of London, argues that while London is a tolerant city, more needs to be done to tackle homophobia in the workplace and schools.
US: Bill to be introduced in Kansas would constitutionally ban equal marriage 16
12:50 AM — An amendment to the constitution of the US state of Kansas, to be introduced this week, would define marriage specifically as between one man and one woman.
Anna Wintour uses Twitter for the first time to commend Supreme Court for equal marriage rulings 4
12:30 AM — Anna Wintour has taken to Twitter for the first time, and was compelled to do so to congratulate the US on two Supreme Court rulings in favour of equal marriage.