2nd December 2014
US: Major League Baseball umpire comes out as gay 2
5:53 PM — A Major League Baseball umpire has come out as gay and continued umpiring becoming the first active, out gay umpire in the sport.
Manchester police release CCTV images in appeal for help over anti-gay attack
5:22 PM — Police have released CCTV images of two people they are looking to trace in connection with a homophobic attack in Manchester.
Family writes heartwarming retraction to announce birth of their trans son 14
2:27 PM — A family in Australia has written a retraction of the announcement of the birth of their trans son, after he transitioned and underwent gender reassignment.
ECJ: Asylum seekers should not have to undergo tests to prove they are gay 30
2:12 PM — The European Court of Justice has ruled that refugees who claim asylum on the grounds that they are gay should not have to undergo tests to prove it.
Study: HIV becoming less deadly – but still far from harmless 2
1:14 PM — New research suggests HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious, although scientists warn the virus is still an awfully long way" from becoming harmless
Kieron Richardson: Hollyoaks HIV storyline is not a stereotype 1
10:56 AM — Hollyoaks actor Kieron Richardson says his character’s upcoming HIV-related storyline is not a stereotype but based on modern-day reality.
Football pundit Stan Collymore slammed for ‘homophobic’ tweet 31
9:55 AM — Former footballer turned pundit Stan Collymore has been criticised by anti-homophobia groups for a tweet in which he used the word "fairies" to describe players who dive.
1st December 2014
US: Minnesota newspaper runs anti-transgender ad from listed hate group 21
6:29 PM — A Minnesota newspaper has run a second full-page advert from a listed hate group, attacking rights for transgender people.
Ed Miliband: Nobody anywhere in the world should face discrimination for having HIV 2
4:17 PM — Labour Leader Ed Miliband has made a video in support of World AIDS Day 2014, in which he puts an emphasis on the importance of early diagnosis, and says tackling stigma associated with HIV is hugely important.
US: Loophole could allow trans people to serve in the military
3:38 PM — The US military may have to allow transgender people to serve openly, after changes to the discharge procedure created a legal loophole.
Apple stores turn logo red for World AIDS Day 1
2:58 PM — Apple stores across the world are lighting up their logos in red today, to mark World AIDS Day.
Simpsons co-creator explains why he spent £5,000 to save a gay bull 5
2:24 PM — The co-creator of The Simpsons has opened up about his decision to spend £5,000 to save a bull facing slaughter for being gay.
Androgynous model wears high heels for graduation 9
2:14 PM — Model Ivan Fahy graduated from NUI, Galway last month while wearing high heels.
Campaign aims to #stopHIVstigma… by having men strip naked 8
12:50 PM — Another campaign has been launched which sees men strip down naked in order to tackle the stigma faced by people living with HIV.
India: Delhi’s first Pride since homosexuality was re-criminalised 7
12:46 PM — New Delhi saw its first pride march on Sunday since India reintroduced its anti-gay laws last year.
30th November 2014
St Andrew’s Day: 10 stories that show why we love Scotland 3
2:05 PM — To celebrate St Andrew's Day, PinkNews takes a look back at our ten favourite stories to come out of Scotland this year.
Canadian MP: Government ‘trying to kill’ transgender rights bill 12
11:59 AM — Canada's much-delayed transgender hate crime bill has been stalled yet again, after being bumped off a committee's agenda.
29th November 2014
The Sun offers advice to reader who thinks he is gay after threesome 30
7:19 PM — The Sun tried to help a man after he had a threesome with his wife and a male escort.
Gay rugby referee Nigel Owens welcomes ban for fans who yelled homophobic abuse 7
12:13 PM — Rugby referee Nigel Owens has welcomed a ban for two fans who reportedly yelled homophobic abuse at him.
Sandi Toksvig: I was once fired because charity didn’t want Princess Anne to meet a lesbian 8
11:38 AM — Sandi Toksvig has revealed that she was once sacked from hosting a charity event - because the organisers didn't want Princess Anne to meet a lesbian.