4th February 2013
Feature: How the Cabinet will vote in tomorrow’s same-sex marriage bill 17
2:20 PM — Tomorrow's vote on the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill will see most of the Conservative Liberal Democrat Coalition cabinet coming out in support of same-sex marriage.
Maria Miller: Voting for same-sex marriage will promote stability, responsibility and pride 14
8:49 AM — The Culture Secretary and Minister for Women and Equalities, Maria Miller has made a final plea to MPs and the public to support the Government's Marriage (Same-sex couples) bill to make same-sex marriage legal.
3rd February 2013
Local Conservative Party chairmen write to David Cameron to plead for a delay on same-sex marriage 38
6:37 PM — 22 current or past chairmen of local Conservative Party Associations have delivered a letter to David Cameron by hand where they plead for him not to go ahead with Tuesday's vote on same-sex marriage.
2nd February 2013
French General Assembly votes to make same-sex marriage legal 56
12:14 PM — The French National Assembly, the lower house of France's Parliament has voted in favour of making same-sex marriage legal. A series of further votes will follow before the law is changed.
29th January 2013
In Photos: London 2018 Gay Games bid launched in Palace of Westminster
11:11 PM — The bid to host the 2018 Gay Games in London began with a reception in Westminster last night. The gathering at Portcullis House was hosted by Liberal Democrat MP Stephen Gilbert. MPs, local government members, and athletes were among those who turned up to show their support for the cause. Celebrity supporters included the BBC's Evan Davies, The Feeling's Dan Dan Gillespie Sells and the cricketer Steven Davies.
Catholic Church: ‘We recognise that gay couples make loving parents but they must be banned from marriage’ 55
9:15 PM — The Catholic Church in England and Wales has made a surprising acknowledgement that same-sex couples make good parents. The statement is included within a document submitted to MPs and Peers urging them vote against same-sex marriage.
Twitter’s Vine videos service flooded with gay porn despite moves to reduce explicit content 4
3:25 PM — Twitter has blocked searches for the terms "porn" and "sex" on its new video sharing service Vine in an attempt to reduce the level of explicit content being posted. However, the word "gay" and terms relating to "gay" are not blocked despite most of the content being highly explicit.
28th January 2013
Married priest switches from Episcopals to Catholicism over gay rights and gives up sex with his wife 54
3:06 PM — A former Episcopal has given up sex with his wife, permanently as part of his conversion to become a Catholic Priest. John Cornelius who was an Episcopal priest for twenty years, quit two years ago over the church's positive approach towards homosexuality.
Catholic Church warns gay teachers they risk the sack if they marry or enter into civil partnerships 69
12:08 PM — Openly gay senior teachers at Catholic schools could face demotion or the sack if they fail to live according to the gospel of the Roman Catholic Church.
27th January 2013
France: A quarter of a million rally for same-sex marriage in Paris and Lyon 39
7:13 PM — As many as a quarter of a million people have gathered in the French cities of Paris and Lyon to support plans to introduce same-sex marriage equality.
25th January 2013
Maria Miller: Teachers won’t be forced to promote same-sex marriage but they must not discriminate or offend 22
9:35 AM — Maria Miller, the culture secretary and minister for equalities has attempted to dampen fears that teachers could face action for telling children they oppose same-sex marriages.
24th January 2013
Rhode Island’s House of Representatives passes same-sex marriage bill 10
11:30 PM — Rhode Island's House of Representatives has this evening overwhelmingly passed a same-sex marriage equality bill. The final vote was 51 in favour and 19 against.
10th January 2013
UKIP Parliamentary candidate forced to resign for supporting gay equality 37
11:22 PM — Just a day after it emerged that the chairman of the UKIP's youth wing, Young Independence had been removed from office for supporting same-sex marriage, a UKIP Parliamentary candidate has been forced to resign following his support for equal marriage.
Turkish newspaper calls gay people ‘dirty deviants’ after student protest 14
6:47 PM — A nationalistic newspaper in Turkey, Yeni Akit (The New Covenant) has described gay people as 'dirty' and 'deviants'.
Competition: Win £100 to spend on underwear and swimwear with Banglads
1:45 PM — PinkNews.co.uk has teamed up with our advertiser Banglads to offer readers the chance to win £100 to spend on underwear and swimwear.
9th January 2013
Rosie O’Donnell and her wife Michelle celebrate birth of baby girl 2
10:49 PM — Comedienne Rosie O'Donnell has announced that she and her wife Michelle Rounds are celebrating the birth of a baby girl Dakota.
Video: Canadian TV ad campaign asks why ‘faggot’ is considered an acceptable word 8
6:26 PM — An advertisement for the University of Albertaʼs Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services's No to Homohphobes campaign asks why the word "faggot" can be so casually used in society.
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.
8th January 2013
Feature: Would you like to become a Trustee of StreetGames, a great UK sports charity?
12:29 PM — StreetGames UK Limited is a sports charity launched in January 2007 to promote sport for young people living in the most disadvantaged communities. We are looking for proficient individuals to join our Board of Trustees in February 2013.
7th January 2013
US Supreme Court schedules two day hearing for same-sex marriage cases 4
6:28 PM — The US Supreme Court has announced that it will hear two days of arguments relating to same-sex marriage at the end of March.