18th November 2012
Scotland: First minister’s vicar speaks out against Alex Salmond’s plans to let gays marry 23
11:38 AM — Alex Salmond’s local vicar has spoken out against the first minister’s plans to make gay marriage legal in Scotland.
17th November 2012
US: Synagogues terminate relationship with Boy Scouts of America over homophobic policies 43
12:46 PM — Synagogues and other Jewish organisations across the United States are terminating their relationships with the Boy Scouts of America over its policy of discriminating against gay members and leaders.
Northern Ireland: Funeral held of leading gay rights campaigner PA Maglochlainn 5
12:13 PM — The funeral is being held today of one of Northern Ireland's best known LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) rights campaigners, PA Maglochlainn, who died from a long illness.
US: Influx of donations aim to save LGBT youth rescue centre destroyed by Superstorm Sandy 4
12:36 AM — A rescue centre for homeless LGBT youths in New York City, which was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, is on the way to being rebuilt after a social media campaign was launched to save it.
16th November 2012
US: Seattle Judges donate their time to marry same-sex couples in Washington on first available day 4
11:39 PM — Seattle City Hall will open for a special event on a Sunday following a new law taking effect, which will allow same-sex couples to marry in the state of Washington.
Video: Ian McKellen shows support for new anti-bullying film 1
1:28 PM — Actor Sir Ian McKellen has lent his voice to Stonewall’s new anti-gay bullying campaign video.
Beautiful Thing to return to the stage 9
12:20 PM — Jonathan Harvey’s classic gay play, Beautiful Thing, will celebrate its 20th anniversary next year with a new UK-wide tour.
Poll: US support for equal marriage on the rise, except in southern states 7
12:44 AM — A new report has been released which suggests that there has been a new, and rapid shift in support of equal marriage in the US, except in some southern states.
15th November 2012
Canada: Trans student banned from using male toilets 26
7:26 PM — A transgender male student in Ontario, Canada, has allegedly been barred from using the men's toilet at school.
Trans community looks ahead to global day of remembrance 8
5:59 PM — Organisers in the UK are raising awareness of next week’s Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDoR).
Tributes for Northern Ireland gay rights campaigner 6
4:51 PM — Tributes are being paid to Northern Ireland LGBT rights campaigner PA Maglochlainn, who has died from a long illness.
Comment: Time is right to pardon Alan Turing 32
3:38 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Labour Party member Andrew Pakes says the government must issue gay scientist and computing pioneer Alan Turing with an official pardon.
Comment: Lobby Maria Miller so we can have full marriage equality 14
1:27 PM — Peter Tatchell says now is the time to email the Culture Secretary and Minister for Equalities Maria Miller, in order to ensure the LGBT community can secure complete marriage equality.
14th November 2012
US: Nebraska city council implements protections for LGBT city employees 4
9:41 PM — In a change of direction from a decision last month, the Grand Island City Council has overridden a mayoral veto, and granted protections for LGBT people working for the city.
Brendon Ayanbadejo thanked by rival NFL players for his support of equal marriage
1:01 AM — NFL player, Brendon Ayanbadejo, said he was congratulated by members of a rival team, during a match on Sunday, for his advocacy of equal rights, in particular his efforts in the recent battle over equal marriage.
13th November 2012
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.
12th November 2012
US: UPS cuts funding for Boy Scouts of America over anti-gay policy 27
11:05 PM — UPS, a long time corporate sponsor of the Boy Scouts of America has stopped funding the organisation because of its policy which does not allow gay scouts leaders.
UK: Terrence Higgins Trust launches World AIDS Day campaign 11
8:43 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust is calling on the gay community to get behind its World AIDS Day campaign.
Study: Same-sex weddings in three US states could increase spending by $166 million 13
7:56 PM — A US think-tank has predicted that, as a result of the three new states which legalised equal marriage last week, large amounts of new spending will be generated.
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.