26th November 2013
Brighton MP Caroline Lucas to unveil world’s largest AIDS awareness ribbon 1
12:39 PM — Caroline Lucas, the Green MP for Brighton Pavilion, will be marking World AIDS Day this Sunday at an event where the world’s largest AIDS awareness ribbon will be unveiled.
Olly Murs gives James Arthur ‘benefit of the doubt’ over use of anti-gay slurs 19
12:00 PM — Singer Olly Murs has defended James Arthur following his use of homophobic slurs against another artist in a “rap feud”.
Survey: Men are less likely to have same-sex experiences than women 39
11:14 AM — Research published in the Lancet shows four times as many women now report same-sex experiences with other women compared to 20 years ago. While the percentage of men who report a same-sex experience has remain almost unchanged.
25th November 2013
Ugandan President pays funeral tribute to anti-gay bishop 15
7:02 PM — At the funeral of a bishop who died earlier this month, Uganda’s President, Yoweri Museveni, has offered praise to a man who campaigned against homosexuality.
Eastenders star June Brown: I was glad when Dot Cotton lost her anti-gay views
6:13 PM — Actress June Brown says it felt like a challenge playing her alter ego, Dot Cotton, in Eastenders during the late 1980s, when Dot had difficulty in accepting homosexuality.
UK: New campaign launched against domestic violence for gay, bi and straight men 5
3:10 PM — Campaigners in Swindon are raising awareness of domestic abuse against men in same-sex and heterosexual relationships.
Police urge for vigilance against thief targeting gay men across London
2:30 PM — Police in the east London borough of Hackney are trying to trace a suspect linked to a string of thefts from gay men.
Scotland: Gay football referee claims he was axed for speaking out against homophobia 2
2:05 PM — A gay football referee claims he was expelled after speaking out against homophobic abuse.
Man arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap two rent boys involved in Paul Flowers scandal
1:18 PM — A man has been arrested on suspicion of threatening to kidnap two rent boys involved in the Paul Flowers scandal.
Sir Elton John: I have to get married in order to ‘set an example’ 22
12:36 PM — Sir Elton John says he has to get married to his current civil partner, David Furnish, in order to “set an example” for society.
Cameroon: Man sentenced to 9 years behind bars for gay sex 5
11:42 AM — A man has been sentenced to nine years in jail for breaking Cameroon’s laws against homosexuality, reports say.
Tory MP Peter Bone: There was ‘no point’ in pressing ahead with my same-sex marriage referendum 22
11:33 AM — Conservative MP Peter Bone has explained to PinkNews.co.uk his reasons for withdrawing a private member’s bill, which had called for a referendum on England and Wales’ same-sex marriage law.
22nd November 2013
MEP Nikki Sinclaire: ‘I’ve received threats from UKIP and journalists’ 17
7:21 PM — Former UKIP MEP Nikki Sinclaire says her decision to come out publicly as transgender was because of threats from journalists and her ex-colleagues in UKIP.
Man accused of murdering Brighton gay man feared deportation to South Africa
4:59 PM — A man accused of murdering a Brighton gay man fled the scene of the crime because he feared deportation to South Africa, a court has heard.
Tory MP Peter Bone withdraws bill for referendum on equal marriage 6
3:56 PM — The MP who described equal marriage as “completely nuts” has withdrawn his private member’s bill for a referendum on the issue.
Michael Portillo: David Cameron took an ‘enormous risk’ with equal marriage 6
2:28 PM — Former Conservative MP Michael Portillo says David Cameron took an “enormous risk” with his own party in legalising equal marriage for England and Wales.
UK: Footballer Colin Kazim-Richards to stand trial over homophobic gesture
12:40 PM — A footballer accused of making a homophobic gesture to Brighton fans during a Championship match is to face trial.
Former Co-op Bank chairman Paul Flowers arrested over drug allegations
11:36 AM — Paul Flowers, the gay former chairman of Co-op Bank, has been arrested in connection with a drugs supply investigation, police have said.
Stockholm gets its first LGBT retirement home 4
11:12 AM — Sweden has opened its first senior housing facility for LGBT people in central Stockholm.
21st November 2013
Green leader slams Northern Ireland Health Minister’s views against gay parents 7
7:26 PM — Steven Agnew, the leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland has criticised the country’s Health Minster, Edwin Poots, for his opposition to same-sex parents.