1st December 2014
A year on – the BBC still won’t allow its presenters to wear AIDS ribbons 40
11:24 AM — A year after causing controversy by blocking its presenters from wearing red ribbons for World AIDS Day, the BBC still appears to be enforcing the ban.
‘Imitation Game’ makes second-highest per-screen profit in US release
10:37 AM — Despite only having a limited release in the US, Alan Turing biopic 'The Imitation Game' has made the second highest per-screen profit of 2014.
Poland just got its first out gay mayor! 17
10:07 AM — An LGBT campaigner has just won a mayoral election in northern Poland, and is what is thought to be the country's first out gay mayor.
Prince Harry to reveal a secret about himself for World AIDS Day 6
9:39 AM — Prince Harry has agreed to share a secret about himself as part of a campaign for World AIDS Day, which hopes to encourage people to talk about health concerns more openly.
28th November 2014
Two fans banned from all Twickenham rugby matches over homophobic abuse 4
6:02 PM — Following an investigation into homophobia, two fans have been banned from all rugby matches at Twickenham.
Petition started calling on Uganda to scrap all anti-gay laws 4
5:12 PM — A petition has been started calling for all anti-gay legislation to be scrapped in Uganda.
London’s Popstarz is opening its doors for the last time – will you be there? 1
3:24 PM — As the organisers of Popstarz prepare for the iconic club night's last event, PinkNews caught up with head DJ and promoter Tommy Turntables about why we have to say goodbye, and if the night will ever come back.
Finland’s Parliament votes to allow same-sex marriage 38
12:05 PM — A petition has been started calling for all anti-gay legislation to be scrapped in Uganda.
Was Shakespeare gay? Some experts think so – but not all can agree 25
10:59 AM — Some of the top Shakespeare experts around the world have become embroiled in a debate over whether the legendary playwright's sonnets prove that he was gay.
27th November 2014
Older guys are more likely to have had gay sex than younger men 29
7:00 PM — Older men are more likely to have had sexual contact with another man than those in their teenage years or twenties, according to a new study.
Over half of UK police forces have seen a rise in violent homophobic crimes this year 13
6:40 PM — New crime figures released as part of a report this week show a rise in the number of homophobic offences in over half of UK police forces.
Yoweri Museveni: Uganda is a ‘better destination’ than Spain for holidaymakers 56
6:19 PM — The President of Uganda has said his country is a "better destination" for tourists than Spain.
These men are taking naked shower selfies to help fight the stigma of HIV 12
4:56 PM — A new social media campaign to fight the stigma people living with HIV face, in which people take a photo of themselves in the shower using the hashtag '#weareALLclean'.
Slovakia to hold referendum on same-sex marriage in 2015 47
3:26 PM — The Slovakian President has announced that the country will hold a referendum on same-sex marriage early next year.
School apologises for worksheet labelling gays ‘homosexual perverts’ 49
2:33 PM — A school in Belfast has apologised after complaints were made that it handed out a worksheet which branded gay people "homosexual perverts".
London arts festival organiser says event proves that London is the most ‘LGBT friendly’ place
2:17 PM — Organisers of Gaywise FESTival have commented at the closing of the event to say it proves that London is the most "LGBT friendly" place.
European Parliament votes to protect LGBT people in global development 1
12:18 PM — The European Parliament this week voted for a report which will outline its input in the global future development policy, which includes a strong commitment to protect LGBT people, and those living with HIV.
Oops: UKIP thought Westminster Cathedral was a mosque 27
11:14 AM — Responding to a BBC survey of whether voters think Nigel Farage has "got what it takes to be Prime Minister", UKIP tweeted to complain that the booth was set up outside a mosque, even though it was actually in front of Westminster Cathedral.
26th November 2014
United Nations urges Kytgyz Parliament to withdraw ‘gay propaganda’ law
4:24 PM — A group of experts from the United Nations (UN) have urged the Kyrgyz Parliament to withdraw an anti-gay bill.
UK: 23-year-old man kills himself after coming out as gay 22
3:02 PM — A man from Bristol has died after jumping from a bridge, having come out as gay to his friends and family.