14th November 2012
Pressure on Uganda builds over anti-gay law 15
12:07 PM — Human rights campaigners fear they just have “days” to stop Uganda from passing its Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
13th November 2012
Hacktivists target Ugandan lawmakers over anti-gay bill 33
9:22 PM — Hacktivists from online group Anonymous have taken action after Uganda’s parliamentary speaker said the country’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill would be passed before the end of 2012.
Anti-gay opponents petition ahead of Corby by-election 34
8:14 PM — Coalition for Marriage (C4M), the UK lobby group that opposes marriage rights for gay couples, has delivered 46,000 leaflets in the constituency of Corby, which is due to hold a by-election on Thursday.
Nigeria anti-gay law within striking distance of approval 34
6:47 PM — A bill to further criminalise same-sex relationships in Nigeria has reportedly passed through a second reading in the country’s House of Representatives.
Irish deputy PM: The time has come for equal marriage 37
5:18 PM — Irish deputy prime minister (Tánaiste) Eamon Gilmore says he would like to see a referendum on same-sex marriage “as soon as possible”.
US: Transgender woman sues after taser incident 8
4:07 PM — A transgender woman in California has filed a federal lawsuit accusing the US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) of excessive force after a taser was fired at her groin.
Malta: Anti-gay politician selected for EU health job 18
2:31 PM — LGBT-supporting members of the European Parliament are challenging Malta's nominee for the EU's top health job because of his previous opposition to gay and women’s rights.
Gay ‘cure’ therapy is harmful says UK government 29
1:13 PM — Culture Secretary Maria Miller has responded to a parliamentary question on gay conversion therapy by instructing Health Minister Norman Lamb to outline the government’s official position.
Analysis: A gay ‘witch-hunt’ 41
11:22 AM — Scott Roberts assesses the controversy and fallout of last week’s warning made by David Cameron of a “witch-hunt”.
George Osborne: Tories must back same-sex marriage or risking losing like US Republicans 56
10:25 AM — Chancellor George Osborne has told the Conservative Party that ditching its support for equal marriage could cause a catastrophic defeat at the 2015 general election.
12th November 2012
Bath: Bouncer accused of making homophobic slur 11
7:51 PM — A bar in the south west city of Bath is investigating claims that a doorman made anti-gay remarks to customers.
Manchester: Train passenger apologises for anti-gay rant 28
6:49 PM — A 56-year-old man who shouted homophobic abuse and several expletives at two gay men on a train has apologised.
Ex-footballer: Gay rumours ‘hurt’ my career 16
5:56 PM — Ian Bishop, a former footballer who played for Everton and Manchester City, says gossip about his sexuality may have undermined his chances of being selected to play for his country at the top level.
Gay Sesame Street actor denies sexual allegations 12
4:11 PM — US gay actor Kevin Clash who provides the voice of Elmo in Sesame Street is on a leave of absence from the iconic children’s series after denying he had underage sex.
South Africa: Lesbian dies after being stabbed with spear 8
2:04 PM — 19-year-old Sihle Sikoji was fatally attacked by a gang after visiting a bar.
Uganda to pass anti-gay law before 2013, says Kadaga 112
12:40 PM — The Speaker of Uganda’s Parliament says the country’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill will be passed by lawmakers before the end of this year.
Hillary Clinton supports London LGBT corporate summit 7
11:41 AM — Chief executives from some of the world’s largest companies will come together to discuss how the financial services industry can advance LGBT equality in a move which has the backing of Hillary Clinton.
9th November 2012
Video: Tony Perkins: Same-sex marriage is tearing America apart 61
10:59 PM — The firebrand media opponents of gay rights have been taking to the airwaves to denounce Tuesday’s historic equal marriage victories in several US states.
Manchester: Homophobic train passenger’s caution branded ‘lenient’ 39
9:42 PM — Two gay men who were subjected to a homophobic rant on a train say the decision to give the perpetrator a caution was “too lenient”.
Vatican paper brushes off equal marriage victories 32
8:41 PM — The semi-official newspaper of the Holy See, L’Osservatore Romano, is seeking to downplay this week’s equal marriage victories in the US and Europe.