10th June 2014
Sledge-hammer wielding moped riders rob Dorchester Hotel in London 8
3:09 PM — A London hotel currently the subject of a boycott because it of its Brunei owner, has been targeted by a smash-and-grab gang of moped riders.
London to get its own rainbow crossing in time for Pride 7
2:17 PM — Authorities have announced that London is to get its own rainbow crossing ahead of Pride in London this year.
US: Federal judge for now refuses to halt same-sex marriages in Wisconsin 5
12:45 PM — Responding to an emergency request from the Wisconsin's Attorney General to stop clerks from issuing marriage licences to gay couples, a federal judge has for now refused to do so.
Big Brother’s Catholic topless model: Shoot poofs that use words like ‘lush’ 49
12:08 PM — A Big Brother contestant who caused controversy by saying same-sex marriage is "just not right", has also called for "poofs" who say words like "lush" to be shot.
Former Tory Chair: King’s College dishonours gay students by maintaining honour for Sultan of Brunei 12
11:34 AM — Former Conservative Party Chairman Lord Deben, has criticised King's College London for rejecting calls by the publisher of PinkNews to rescind an Honorary Law Doctorate given to the Sultan of Brunei over the country's new law which allows gay people to be stoned.
Police continue search for suspect in homophobic bleach attack outside London club 11
10:34 AM — Police are continuing their search for a man spotted on CCTV in the case of a clubber who may lose his eyesight after being sprayed in the face with bleach outside a London nightclub.
9th June 2014
US: Gay couples persuade Wisconsin county clerk to issue marriage licences
5:55 PM — A group of almost a hundred gay couples has persuaded a county clerk in the US state of Wisconsin to accept applications for marriage licences by refusing to leave her office.
King’s College rejects calls from PinkNews founder to rescind honour for Sultan of Brunei 49
4:38 PM — King's College London (KCL), has refused to rescind an Honorary Doctorate given to the Sultan of Brunei because of a recently introduced law which makes homosexuality punishable by stoning, following calls from the publisher of PinkNews.
US: Wisconsin Attorney General asks federal court to halt same-sex marriages
4:32 PM — A federal appeals court has been asked by the Attorney General in the US state of Wisconsin to stop county clerks from issuing marriage licences to same-sex couples after the state's same-sex marriage ban was struck down last week.
Two women come forward in police appeal following Vauxhall homophobic bleach attack 72
4:19 PM — Two women have been identified by police following an appeal for information after three people were sprayed with bleach outside a Vauxhall nightclub on Saturday night.
US: Federal judge to consider putting same-sex marriage on hold in Wisconsin
3:43 PM — A federal judge has scheduled a hearing following the Attorney General of Wisconsin's request to put on hold same-sex marriage in the state.
Confusion in Wisconsin as some counties turn away gay couples seeking marriage licences
3:07 PM — As several county clerks in the US state of Wisconsin begin to issue marriage licences to same-sex couples on Monday, others will turn them away.
US: Wisconsin Attorney General expected to petition federal court to stop gay couples from marrying 1
1:07 PM — The Attorney General in the US state of Wisconsin is expected this week to petition a federal court in order to stop same-sex couples from marrying in the state.
Articles criticised for claiming that R Kelly’s trans son is transitioning as part of a ‘trans guy trend’ 8
11:59 AM — Various gossip sites have been criticised for insensitively reporting on the transition of R Kelly's son, as sites questioned whether it was part of a "trend", and suggested that he chose his gender identity.
Clubber may lose eyesight after homophobic bleach attack outside London nightclub 55
11:11 AM — A man may lose his eyesight following a bleach attack outside a London nightclub, doctors have warned, as police appeal for information.
7th June 2014
US: No state same-sex marriage ban remains unchallenged 9
12:59 AM — As same-sex couples in the state of North Dakota on Friday filed a lawsuit challenging the state's same-sex marriage ban, there are now no states with unchallenged bans.
US: Lawsuit challenges North Dakota’s same-sex marriage ban 1
12:52 AM — A lawsuit has been filed in the US state of North Dakota, challenging the state's ban on same-sex marriage.
US: Wisconsin Attorney General seeks emergency stay to stop same-sex marriages 36
12:42 AM — The Attorney General in the US state of Wisconsin has asked for an emergency stay to be put in place to stop gay and lesbian couples from marrying in the state.
US: Wisconsin’s same-sex marriage ban struck down 2
12:29 AM — A federal judge has struck down the US state of Wisconsin's same-sex marriage ban.
6th June 2014
DOMA plaintiff Edith Windsor hopes that same-sex marriage will be legal across the US by 2024 8
7:26 PM — Edith Windsor, a plaintiff in the Supreme Court lawsuit which struck down the Defense of Marriage Act last year, has said she thinks same-sex marriage will be legal across the US by 2024.