16th September 2014
US: Wisconsin gay marriage ban strike-down needs Supreme Court ruling 2
12:16 PM — A federal appeals court on Monday put on hold a ruling which struck down the state of Wisconsin's same-sex marriage ban, waiting for the US Supreme Court to rule.
Australia: Victoria to erase historic consensual gay sex convictions 1
11:40 AM — Gay citizens of the Australian state of Victoria convicted for consensual homosexual acts will soon have their criminal records erased.
15th September 2014
Mayor of Paris: I am delighted that two thousand gay couples have married here 8
6:02 PM — The Mayor of Paris has celebrated the 2000th same-sex marriage having taken place in her city, saying she is "delighted".
Rugby League star accused for a second time of homophobia wants situation dealt with 17
5:20 PM — The Rugby League star who is being investigated for allegedly using a homophobic slur against another player, following a suspension for the same thing, has addressed the incident.
MEPs condemn Belgrade attack on gay rights activist 3
4:51 PM — MEPs have condemned an attack on a tourist in Belgrade who was visiting an LGBT rights conference.
Semi-pro footballer: ‘Every club I’ve been at has known I’m gay’ 1
3:55 PM — A semi-professional footballer who publicly came out as gay in January, has said every club he has been at has known that he is gay.
US: Minnesota Vikings reinstate coach after homophobia ban 1
8:57 AM — NFL team the Minnesota Vikings have reinstated a coach who was suspended for three games for using an anti-gay slur.
12th September 2014
US: Indiana recognises second out-of-state same-sex marriage
5:45 PM — The US state of Indiana has agreed to recognise a second out-of-state same-sex marriage.
Demand for Rainbow Laces passes 100,000 4
5:14 PM — With just over 48 hours to go until the football fixtures will kick off this weekend, the demand for rainbow laces had passed 100,000 requests.
Watch: Straight guy get emotional after gay teen was disowned by family 4
4:48 PM — A straight YouTuber has been moved to tears after defending a gay teenager who was kicked out after he came out as gay to his parents.
Man who was electrocuted to ‘cure’ him of being gay to meet World Health Organisation 1
4:06 PM — A man may have taken a step closer to having the practice of gay “cure” therapy banned in China, as he has secured a meeting with the World Health Organisation (WHO).
US: Arizona widower seeks recognition of marriage
3:15 PM — A man is seeking for legal recognition of his marriage in his home state of Arizona, after his husband died of cancer.
Senior Scottish minister downplays gay clergy ‘crisis’ in Church of Scotland 4
1:48 PM — A Church of Scotland minister in the Highlands has downplayed the idea of a "crisis" over the gay clergy issue, following the resignation of two of his colleagues.
Nigel Farage: Same-sex marriage debates were ‘not particularly needed’ 50
11:43 AM — The leader of the UKIP Nigel Farage, has said he thought the debate which led to same-sex marriage becoming legal in England and Wales was "not particularly needed".
US: Appeals court upholds New Jersey gay ‘cure’ ban 1
9:13 AM — A federal appeals court has moved to uphold the US state of New Jersey's ban on gay "conversion" therapy for minors.
11th September 2014
Alex Salmond: Taking money from an anti-gay marriage donor doesn’t mean the SNP opposes it 64
7:03 PM — The Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond, has defended the Scottish National Party's (SNP) acceptance of major donations from an anti-gay marriage businessman, saying he thinks he is an "outstanding entrepreneur".
UK: Government ‘Talent Action Plan’ aims to remove barriers for LGBT talent in Civil Service 6
6:01 PM — The Government has announced a new 'Talent Action Plan', which aims to remove barriers to LGBT people reaching high ranks of the Civil Service.
UN Free and Equal campaign celebrates one billion people reached
5:25 PM — The United Nations Human Rights Office global public education campaign for LGBT equality has released a video highlighting the Free and Equal Campaign's impact to date.
Transport for London to install Arsenal’s first ever rainbow crossing 1
4:42 PM — Arsenal Underground station is set to get its first ever rainbow crossing, in support of Rainbow Laces 2014.
Greece: Human rights groups call for stronger LGBT discrimination protections 2
4:00 PM — Human rights groups in Greece are calling for comprehensive discrimination protections as racist and homophobic incidents have rapidly increased in the country.