30th December 2013
US: Group in largest Native American tribe hopes to legalise equal marriage 1
5:15 PM — Members of the largest federally recognised Native American tribe in the US hope to follow suit of the US state of New Mexico and remove a 2005 ban on equal marriage.
US: Husband of gay inmate does not want to visit, despite discrimination complaint 1
4:54 PM — The husband of a gay prison inmate has said that he does not wish to visit, despite that his husband complained that the state had discriminated by refusing him visitation.
Argentinian LGBT rights group ‘not surprised’ by Pope’s revelation on gay adoption 7
4:18 PM — The president of a leading Argentinian LGBT rights group has said that the group is not surprised that the Pope said he was "shocked" by gay adoption in Malta.
Telegraph blogs editor questions Time ‘Person of the Year’ Award for Pope Francis 12
3:55 PM — The editor of Telegraph Blogs has written a column questioning the decision by Time Magazine to name Pope Francis as its Person of the Year, noting a recent revelation that he said he was "shocked" by gay adoption in Malta.
Feature: The fifteen most inspiring LGBT stories of 2013 3
3:02 PM — Readers sometimes comment on how negative the realities of news about LGBT issues around the world can be, but this does not mean we can't strive to bring you a dose of the inspiring and heartwarming too.
US evangelist: The Pope is ‘not the judge’ on homosexuality 26
2:15 PM — A US evangelist has spoken out against the Pope's recent softening on gay issues to say that he is "not the judge" on such issues.
US: Florida Democrats hope to push forward with LGBT rights bills in 2014 2
12:39 PM — Democrats in the US state of Florida have expressed an interest in pushing forward with bills to extend civil rights to LGBT people in 2014.
Why does the Irish version of this Coca-Cola advert omit a gay couple? 24
12:02 PM — Soft drinks giant Coca Cola has in an inexplicable move, omitted a same-sex marriage scene from an Irish version of an advert being show across Europe.
28th December 2013
Boy Scouts of America hopes inclusion of gay scout members will be a non-event like Y2K scare 2
5:12 PM — A member of the Boy Scouts of America's (BSA) national executive board has spoken out about the organisation's 1 January change of policy to allow gay members, to say the organisation hopes it will be a non-event.
GLAAD slams decision to reinstate suspended Duck Dynasty star 18
4:50 PM — LGBT rights organisation GLAAD has spoken out to condemn A&E network's reinstatement of Duck Dynasty personality Phil Roberson who was suspended for making homophobic comments in an interview.
Troops abandon Boy Scouts of America as it prepares to allow gay members 34
4:20 PM — Troops opposed to the inclusion of openly gay scout members continue to abandon the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), as it prepares for its 1 January change of policy.
Baptist Minister: Newly reinstated Duck Dynasty star needs to be ‘more repentant and contrite’ 14
3:35 PM — US Baptist minister Jesse Jackson has spoken out to say that, despite being reinstated by his network, Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson should be "more repentant and contrite".
26th December 2013
Feature: The most important international stories of 2013 3
10:40 AM — Having brought you the most important UK and US stories of 2013, it is only natural to follow with the most important international stories of the year too.
25th December 2013
Feature: The 10 weirdest LGBT stories of 2013 5
12:56 PM — As we do every Christmas, we have over the past few day been recounting some highlights of the previous year. Having already brought you some of the most significant stories of 2013, it is only natural to follow with the weirdest stories that we have published over the past 12 months.
22nd December 2013
Feature: The top 17 stories that changed LGBT life in the UK in 2013 12
10:16 AM — As 2013 draws to a close, PinkNews looks back at the stories which have had the biggest impact on the life of LGBT people in the UK in the last year (and some which just raised a lot of eyebrows).
21st December 2013
The US urges Uganda to ‘stop enactment’ of anti-gay law 13
5:25 PM — The US has urged Uganda to cease the enactment of an anti-gay law passed by the country's parliament on Friday.
Feature: Why was 2013 the year of coming out? 6
5:08 PM — As well as a landmark year for equal marriage around the globe, we also saw a record number of notable coming out stories.
US: GLAAD hails veteran comedian for cancelling Catholic gig, citing ‘rabid anti-gay’ agenda 6
4:02 PM — A gig for a group of Catholic business leaders has been cancelled by a long time US comedian, in a decision hailed by LGBT rights group GLAAD.
US: Utah judge strikes down equal marriage ban and same-sex couples begin to wed 28
10:59 AM — Same-sex couples in the US state of Utah began queuing to marry after a judge ruled that the state's equal marriage ban was unconstitutional.
20th December 2013
US: Reality TV family say they won’t go on without patriarch suspended for homophobia 22
7:04 PM — The family of a reality TV star who was suspended for making homophobic remarks in an interview have spoken out to say that they won't go on without him.