13th June 2013
US: Major League Soccer teams up with anti-discrimination campaign 1
2:01 AM — The football league representing the highest level in the US, Major League Soccer (MLS), has announced that it is upping efforts to tackle anti-LGBT discrimination by joining up with the You Can Play Project.
12th June 2013
New Zealand: Female rugby fan abused by three men for asking homophobic chants to stop 17
6:19 PM — A female rugby fan in New Zealand has said she was verbally abused, and tapped on the head, after asking other fans at a rugby match to stop using the words "homos" and "faggots".
US: Boston police adopt new rules for treatment of transgender people 4
5:15 PM — Boston police have issued new guidelines on the treatment of transgender people by officers.
French Olympic swimmers pose as ‘imaginary gay couple’ for anti-homophobia campaign 13
2:01 PM — Two male French Olympic swimmers have posed in an intimate shot as an "imaginary couple", as part of a campaign to tackle homophobia, which also features images of Eva Longoria and Lara Fabian.
Croatia to stage twelfth pride march in protest for equal marriage 6
1:18 PM — A Croatian gay pride parade will take to the streets on Saturday against a backdrop of a proposed referendum to define marriage as a heterosexual union.
11th June 2013
US: Gay 11-year-old succeeds with petition to have award rescinded from ‘Don’t Say Gay’ politician 3
5:11 PM — A petition started by an openly gay 11-year-old boy from Tennessee, to revoke an award given to a state Representative who sponsored the state's controversial 'Don't Say Gay' bill, has succeeded.
Mother of murdered gay teen Michael Causer hopes to raise £1 million in order to open LGBT hostel 10
1:24 PM — The mother of gay teenager Michael Causer who was killed in 2008 says she hopes to raise £1 million in order to open a hostel for vulnerable LGBT young people aged between 16-25.
10th June 2013
National AIDS Trust welcomes Labour’s call for LGBT inclusive sex education 5
6:14 PM — The chief executive of the National AIDS Trust has welcomed calls by the Shadow Home Secretary Yvette Cooper for statutory Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education in schools and says it could help in the fight against ever rising HIV infections.
Pride in London line-up announced with ex-Doctor Who actor Andrew Hayden-Smith to co-host 7
5:53 PM — Pride in London has announced its line-up of entertainment for the main day of the festival on Saturday 29 June with Andrew Hayden Smith co-hosting the event .
UK: Man accused of raping trans charity worker to face new trial after jury fail to reach verdict
4:02 PM — A man accused of raping a trans woman more than 10 years ago in north London will face a second trial after the jury in his first trial were unable to reach a verdict.
US: Gay 9/11 firefighter dies after long period of ill health 6
3:13 PM — The funeral of a gay former firefighter who was among the first to respond to the 9/11 terror attack at the Pentagon will take place on Tuesday.
Ireland: Record levels of new HIV cases for gay and bisexual men 4
12:55 PM — Figures released by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre show there were 166 newly diagnosed cases of HIV among gay and bisexual men last year in Ireland – the highest diagnosis rate recorded to date.
9th June 2013
French Open targeted by anti equal marriage protest 21
10:25 PM — A male protester attempted to disrupt the final of the French Open tennis competition in Paris this afternoon in opposition to the country's recently passed equal marriage law.
Openly gay NBA player Jason Collins marches in Boston Pride parade 4
11:51 AM — Recently out openly gay NBA player Jason Collins, has taken part in his first gay pride parade, after coming out as gay last month.
7th June 2013
Comment: Equal marriage will boost the economy 14
10:27 PM — Paul Donovan, global economist at UBS, writes on the economic benefits of legalising equal marriage and says opponents are "Luddites".
Israel: Police no longer treating LGBT centre shooting as hate crime 7
6:51 PM — Israeli police say the killing of two people at an LGBT youth centre in Tel Aviv four years ago is no longer being treated as a hate crime.
US: Radio DJs advocate transphobic murder 7
6:16 PM — Two radio presenters in the US have been criticised for advocating the murder of transgender women.
Tel Aviv Pride kicks off and attracts thousands 1
4:43 PM — Tel Aviv Pride kicked off today with music and speeches, and attracted thousands of revellers as the annual parade passed through the city, with followers waving rainbow flags, and enjoying the summer weather.
France’s first married gay couple honeymoon at Tel Aviv Pride 2
4:19 PM — The first gay couple to marry in France have taken to Tel Aviv for their honeymoon, following their wedding ceremony last week which attracted international media attention.
Ipswich: Supporters of gay-friendly pub stage sit-in as landlord faces court action 8
3:48 PM — Supporters of a gay-friendly community pub in Ipswich yesterday staged a sit-in to show support for its landlord, as he was issued a court order, following notice to vacate by Punch Taverns.