8th November 2012
In Photos: Paris equal marriage rally 1
4:47 PM — Images of this week's large-scale equal marriage rally in Paris.
7th November 2012
UK: LGF receives safer sex campaign award 4
10:01 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) has won an award for its condom initiative.
Scotland: Court dismisses ‘gay painter’ insult 23
4:07 AM — A Scottish painter in Fife has lost a defamation claim against a former friend who called him a "gay painter".
5th November 2012
London: Gay water polo side beat Manchester rivals 9
9:37 PM — LGBT water polo club London Orca clinched gold from their Manchester rivals at the weekend's London Orca European Water Polo Championship tournament.
2nd November 2012
HRC releases anti-Romney election video 46
9:23 PM — With 3 days to go before the US 2012 Election Day, America’s largest LGBT advocacy group has released an advert that attacks Mitt Romney’s stance on gay rights.
1st November 2012
Peter Tatchell: UK Government broke promise, is still deporting gay asylum seekers 16
11:56 PM — Peter Tatchell is calling on the government and the UK Border Agency to stop deporting LGBT asylum seekers, back to homophobic countries.
Ian Thorpe: I can do nothing more about the gay rumours 36
2:09 PM — Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe has claimed that people are "obsessed" with his sexuality, despite once again stating that he is not gay.
26th October 2012
Human Rights Watch: Cameroon must protect lawyers from anti-gay threats 1
11:28 PM — Human Rights Watch has called on the authorities in Cameroon to protect two lawyers who have been on the receiving end of death threats because of their LGBT advocacy work.
25th October 2012
Lady Gaga to face anti-gay Russian legal backlash 10
9:26 PM — The media circus of LGBT-supporting stars facing the legal wrath of anti-gay opponents in the Russia’s St Petersburg shows no sign of dying down, with predictions that Lady Gaga will be next.
24th October 2012
Northern Ireland attorney general isolated over gay adoption
10:29 PM — The UK Government is seeking to distance itself from Northern Ireland Attorney General John Larkin’s decision to intervene in a European court case involving gay adoption laws.
23rd October 2012
Gay Republican group endorses Mitt Romney 33
11:24 PM — With 2 weeks to go before polling day, the Log Cabin Republicans, the conservative LGBT campaign group which supports the party, has officially endorsed Mitt Romney for president.
12th October 2012
Canada: New birth certificate rules for transgender people in Ontario 18
6:46 PM — Transgender people in Ontario can now amend their gender on their birth certificates without first having to undergo gender confirmation surgery.
11th October 2012
Sydney to host gay rugby cup in 2014
7:37 PM — Sydney has won its bid to host the 2014 Bingham Cup, the world's top gay rugby tournament.
10th October 2012
Russia: Pussy Riot band member released from jail 4
7:33 PM — One member of the Russian LGBT-supporting punk band Pussy Riot has been freed from jail – although the other two women remain behind bars.
9th October 2012
X Factor’s Lucy Spraggan wanted to be a boy called ‘Max’, says mum 4
5:56 PM — The mother of Lucy Spraggan, the lesbian X Factor contender, has revealed that the singer wore boxers and asked to be called “Max” when she was at primary school.
8th October 2012
UK: Essex Gay couple in car flood terror 33
9:50 PM — A gay couple have said they thought they were going to die after their 4x4 was hit by a "tidal wave" of flood water.
Italy: Police break trans prostitution ring 10
4:21 PM — Italian police say they have broken a prostitution ring which brought transgender people from Latin America into the country.
27th September 2012
New York: HIV positive men at risk over meningitis outbreak 5
7:01 PM — A deadly cluster of bacterial meningitis has erupted among HIV positive gay men in New York City. It's left one person dead in the last month and another in a critical condition – according to the Associated Press.
25th September 2012
Minnesota: Court acquits HIV man in transmission case 16
6:27 PM — The Minnesota Court of Appeals has reversed the conviction of an HIV positive man who was accused of passing the virus to another man through unprotected sex.
19th September 2012
London: Gays urged to get on their bikes 3
8:56 PM — After a summer of watching Olympic cycling success for Team GB, what better way to build up those leg muscles than by joining Cycle Out London. Rory Desch profiles one of its members, Iain Clark.