25th November 2013
Over 150 people take part in walk to ‘reclaim’ Vauxhall after hate crime attack 5
3:48 PM — Last night over 150 people took part in a vigil, and a walk through Vauxhall in response to a the crime incident a week prior.
European Fundamental Rights Agency: EU hate crime measures should address all bias crimes 2
3:24 PM — The annual Fundamental Rights Conference, organised by the European Union's Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA), concluded that EU measures to address hate crime should be extended to cover all forms of bias, including homophobic crimes.
UK: New campaign launched against domestic violence for gay, bi and straight men 5
3:10 PM — Campaigners in Swindon are raising awareness of domestic abuse against men in same-sex and heterosexual relationships.
Police urge for vigilance against thief targeting gay men across London
2:30 PM — Police in the east London borough of Hackney are trying to trace a suspect linked to a string of thefts from gay men.
Scotland: Gay football referee claims he was axed for speaking out against homophobia 2
2:05 PM — A gay football referee claims he was expelled after speaking out against homophobic abuse.
Man arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap two rent boys involved in Paul Flowers scandal
1:18 PM — A man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap two rent boys involved in the Paul Flowers scandal.
Nikki Sinclaire: Nigel Farage pushed me out of UKIP because he disagrees with ‘alternative lifestyles’ 25
1:18 PM — Former UKIP MEP Nikki Sinclaire has taken aim at Nigel Farage as a "bully" and "manipulator", who, through angry outbursts tried to push her out of the party because he disagrees with "alternative lifestyles".
Sir Elton John: I have to get married in order to ‘set an example’ 22
12:36 PM — Sir Elton John says he has to get married to his current civil partner, David Furnish, in order to “set an example” for society.
Cameroon: Man sentenced to 9 years behind bars for gay sex 5
11:42 AM — A man has been sentenced to nine years in jail for breaking Cameroon’s laws against homosexuality, reports say.
Tory MP Peter Bone: There was ‘no point’ in pressing ahead with my same-sex marriage referendum 22
11:33 AM — Conservative MP Peter Bone has explained to PinkNews.co.uk his reasons for withdrawing a private member’s bill, which had called for a referendum on England and Wales’ same-sex marriage law.
24th November 2013
US: Colorado school board member says trans students should be ‘castrated’ before using bathrooms 17
2:20 PM — A Colorado school board member has said that transgender students should undergo "castration" before allowing them the right to use the bathrooms that fit their gender identity.
18-year-old Nigerian man granted asylum in Malta following anti-gay persecution 4
1:46 PM — An 18-year-old Nigerian man has been granted asylum in Malta following anti-gay persecution in his country, protecting him from imprisonment and possible death by stoning or flogging.
India: Hundreds march in campaign to end LGBT discrimination
1:15 PM — Hundreds of gay rights activists marched through the streets of New Delhi recently in a demand to end LGBT stigmatisation and discrimination in India.
Ecuador: ‘Gay cure clinics’ use rape and torture as corrective measures 10
12:52 PM — Unregulated gay conversion therapy clinics found in Ecuador have been using both rape and torture as corrective measures against patients, a recent investigation has reported.
23rd November 2013
High schools to get specialist online help with homophobic bullying 3
3:40 PM — Several schools will soon be the first in the UK to get specialist online help with homophobic bullying.
Tony Abbott: It is ‘more than appropriate’ for the Governor General to back equal marriage 8
3:15 PM — Australian PM Tony Abbott has weighed in on the Governor General's remarks in favour of equal marriage to say they are "more than appropriate".
Murder investigation launched after death of ‘brave’ trans woman 10
3:05 PM — A murder investigation has been launched amid tributes paid to a "brave" trans woman who was found dead on Tuesday.
ILGA calls for economic and civil inequalities to be tackled together
2:43 PM — The LGBT conference at UNISON got underway in Liverpool this morning, and included a call from the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) about the links between economic inequality and civil equality.
22nd November 2013
MEP Nikki Sinclaire: ‘I’ve received threats from UKIP and journalists’ 17
7:21 PM — Former UKIP MEP Nikki Sinclaire says her decision to come out publicly as transgender was because of threats from journalists and her ex-colleagues in UKIP.
US: Pennsylvania lawsuit challenging equal marriage ban to be given June trial date
7:15 PM — The lawsuit in the US state of Pennsylvania challenging the state's ban on equal marriage will be given a June trial date.