17th October 2013
Video: Initiative started to raise $25,000 for Trevor Project in 25 days
12:25 PM — An initiative has been started to raise $25,000 (£15,500) for the Trevor Project in 25 days.
16th October 2013
US: Judge could rule in case challenging Michigan’s equal marriage ban 1
7:41 PM — A federal judge could on Wednesday rule on a ban on equal marriage which was placed in the station constitution by voters.
Ballet and Sex and the City star joins campaign against anti-gay Russian law 2
7:30 PM — Russian émigré ballet star Mikhail Baryshnikov has voiced his opposition to a Russian law banning the promotion of "non-traditional relationships" to minors, saying “equal treatment of people is a basic right."
David Cameron to ‘look into’ pardon for gay war hero Alan Turing 9
7:14 PM — Prime Minister David Cameron today said he would "look into" the issue of a pardon for gay codebreaker and computer genius Alan Turing, after the issue was raised by gay MP Stephen Gilbert.
Same-sex marriage campaigner Mike Freer MP becomes Parliamentary Private Secretary to Eric Pickles 5
6:46 PM — Mike Freer has joined four other either gay or bisexual MPs who have been promoted to Parliamentary Private Secretary (PPS) positions in the final changes to the Government following last week's reshuffle.
Daniel Radcliffe: ‘Gay sex, especially for the first time, is really painful’ 62
5:53 PM — Actor Daniel Radcliffe has again spoken out about gay sex scenes in the film Kill Your Darlings, in which he plays gay poet Allen Ginsberg, to say that he has been told gay sex "is really f*cking painful".
Service to be held for father killed while walking across America in memory of dead gay son 3
5:11 PM — A service is to be held on Thursday for Joe Bell, who tragically died whilst walking across America to raise awareness of bullying after his gay son committed suicide.
US: North Carolina official accepts same-sex marriage applications despite ban
4:46 PM — A county official in the US state of North Carolina has accepted applications for marriage certificates from several same-sex couples.
London HIV charity runs fundraising Christmas cookery classes
2:30 PM — London HIV charity The Food Chain is running corporate Christmas cookery classes to raise money for people living with HIV in the capital.
Attitude Magazine unveils Alan Turing cover: ‘The gay man who saved the world’ 3
2:13 PM — The late gay computer genius and World War II codebreaker Alan Turing was honoured with a posthumous award at the Attitude Awards yesterday evening.
Cher, Alan Turing and Marc Almond honoured at Attitude Awards 2
12:52 AM — The Attitude Awards took place this evening at the Royal Courts of Justice, as awards were given to Cher, Ellie Goulding, Alan Turing, Daniel Radcliffe and more.
15th October 2013
US: New Jersey gay couples file brief to Supreme Court that waiting to marry is damaging
7:32 PM — Equal marriage advocates have filed a brief with the New Jersey Supreme Court saying same-sex couples will be done more harm if they are not allowed to marry as of next week.
Speedo-clad Olympic diver Chris Mears takes to the decks for cruise liner magazine launch
7:11 PM — Olympian Chris Mears appeared in his speedos at the launch party for two new on-board magazines for Cunard and P&O Cruises respectively, which took place at the Haymarket Hotel.
Gay US swimmer writes open letter to ‘proud, buff’ and ‘downright hot’ Vladimir Putin 14
6:49 PM — An openly gay US swimmer has written an appeal for the world to not vilify Russia before the Sochi Winter Olympics and to Russian President Vladimir Putin to "lay off the literal bully pulpit" and "treat everyone with grace, compassion, and respect."
Trans contestant fails to get past top 12 in Miss Universe Canada competition 1
6:02 PM — A transgender contestant has failed to reach the top five of the Miss Universe Canada competition for the second year in a row.
Study: Three quarters of hate crime victims never tell police 5
5:07 PM — A new study released today by Stonewall reveals that lesbian, gay and bisexual people are still at substantial risk of suffering violent abuse and intimidation in Britain.
House of Commons Speaker to honour Alan Turing ‘the gay man who saved the world’ with posthumous award 4
3:26 PM — The late gay computer genius and World War II codebreaker Alan Turing will be honoured with a posthumous award at the Attitude Awards this evening.
Proposals to equalise survivor benefits for same-sex married couples to be brought forward next summer 2
2:07 PM — Pensions Minister Steve Webb MP confirmed in the House of Commons that new proposals for civil partnership pensions will be brought forward next July.
US: North Carolina official to accept marriage licence applications from gay couples
12:44 PM — A county official in the US state of North Carolina has said he will accept applications from same-sex couples for marriage licences.
14th October 2013
NOW: Disney reveals first bisexual character in fantasy television series 15
8:41 PM — A character in hit Disney-ABC series Once Upon A Time, was revealed to be bisexual in a scene of unrequited love on Sunday.