20th January 2015
Ex-Cardiff football recruiter breaks silence after anti-gay text allegations 5
9:56 AM — A former football boss who resigned after allegations of homophobic texts surfaced has broken his silence, saying "sometimes people do bad things".
19th January 2015
New Zealand: Campaign seeks to expunge historic gay sex convictions 2
4:54 PM — A campaign is under way to have historic gay sex convictions for men in New Zealand expunged.
Turkey’s first ever sheltered housing for trans women opens
4:07 PM — Turkey's first ever sheltered housing project for transgender women has opened in Istanbul.
Telegraph Boss renews campaign to ban ‘gay cure’ therapy in the UK 9
3:16 PM — The Executive Director of the Telegraph Media Group Lord Black, has said the NHS agreeing to stop referring patients to 'gay cure' therapy is a good first step, but vowed to have the practice banned in the UK.
NHS England agrees to stop referring people to ‘gay cure’ therapy 13
12:15 PM — Staff of the NHS in England have been instructed not to facilitate access to gay "cure" therapy.
Colin Farrell: I support same-sex marriage in Ireland ‘with every fibre of my being’ 15
10:50 AM — Hollywood actor Colin Farrell has reiterated strong support for same-sex marriage in Ireland, saying he supports it "with every fibre of my being".
17th January 2015
Lord Cashman: When my husband was dying I contemplated suicide 5
11:19 AM — Speaking in the House of Lords this week, Lord Cashman said when his partner was dying of cancer, the peer contemplated killing himself.
16th January 2015
Pope Francis: Same-sex marriage ‘disfigures God’s plan for creation’ 243
5:56 PM — Pope Francis has attacked same-sex marriage, saying those who support it are attempting "redefine the very institution of marriage".
Mail columnist compares his opposition to Stephen Fry’s engagement to Charlie Hebdo shootings 64
4:22 PM — A Daily Mail columnist has compared his own opposition to Stephen Fry's engagement to opposition to Charlie Hebdo magazine's opposition to organised religion.
Kiss-in protest to take place at Vienna café where lesbians kicked out for kissing 6
3:21 PM — A kiss-in protest is set to take place today at a Vienna café where a lesbian couple were kicked out after they shared a kiss.
Camden’s Black Cap may shrink in proposed redevelopment 8
12:33 PM — Iconic London gay pub and cabaret venue the Black Cap may face a drastic downsizing if proposed redevelopments go ahead.
‘My Night with Reg’ posters banned from London Underground over nudity 41
10:29 AM — Posters for the revival of Kevin Elyot's play 'My Night with Reg' have been banned from appearing at London Underground stations for featuring male nudity.
15th January 2015
Russell T Davies announces drama based on 1980s AIDS epidemic 6
7:01 PM — As his latest trilogy of work débuts on Channel 4, Russell T Davies is already onto his next project - which tell the story of a group of gay men during the 80s AIDS epidemic.
UK’s first LGBT school planned for Manchester 161
6:42 PM — Plans to open the first LGBT school in the UK are under way,with funding secured, and a site selected in Manchester.
Manchester Police deny ‘ill informed’ canals serial killer rumours 4
6:14 PM — Greater Manchester Police have denied speculation that a serial killer has dumped dozens of bodies in a canal in the city's gay village.
European Parliament urges Kyrgyzstan to drop anti-gay bill
3:57 PM — Kyrgyzstan has been urged by the European Parliament to drop an anti-gay bill.
Turing film ‘The Imitation Game’ nominated for eight Oscars 32
2:46 PM — Alan Turing biopic 'The Imitation Game' has been nominated for eight Oscars for the ceremony taking place in a month.
Goa minister claims he was ‘misquoted’ about trying to ‘cure’ LGBT teens 6
1:10 PM — A minister in Goa has denied that the government there plans to attempt to “cure” LGBT people and make them “normal”, using therapy and “medicines”.
Kiss-in held at pub where gay couple say they were kicked out for kissing 7
12:37 PM — A gay kiss-in has been held at a Plymouth pub at which a same-sex couple say they were kicked out for kissing.
Indian ruling party says it is ‘for decriminalising homosexuality’ 8
12:16 PM — The ruling party in India has vowed to decriminalise homosexuality, saying while gay people are rejected by some, they should be accepted.