4th December 2014
Politician forced to step down after tweeting ‘Thank God Nazis shot gays’ 45
12:15 PM — A Latvian politician has been forced to resign after she tweeted to say "thank god Nazis shot gay people."
3rd December 2014
The story behind this powerful picture 13
5:09 PM — Olan Harrington, a student at the University College Cork, opens up about his experiences for the Humans of Homophobia poster campaign, which has gone viral on social media.
Man accused of killing chef in gay sex bondage game ‘suggested burning or burying body’
4:53 PM — A man accused of killing a chef for P&O Ferries during a sex game said his body should be buried or burned, a court has heard.
Two arrested in connection with violent Manchester homophobic attack 2
1:26 PM — A man and a woman have been arrested in connection with a violent attack in Manchester, which Police were treating as a homophobic hate crime.
2nd December 2014
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.
UK: Chef dies in clingfilm gay sex bondage game
3:59 PM — A head chef for P&O Ferries died during a sex game after being wrapped in plastic sheeting and clingfilm, a Kent jury hears.
Family of late wife to sue Shrien Dewani for not telling them that he ‘was bisexual or gay’
1:56 PM — The family of Shrien Dewani's late wife have said in an interview that they intend to sue him for reasons including the fact that he didn't tell them he had slept with men before he married their daughter.
29th November 2014
Reports: Ugandan gay rights activist ‘in intensive care’ after brutal attack 13
3:35 PM — A prominent Ugandan gay rights activist has been brutally beaten by a homophobic mob.
27th November 2014
Over half of UK police forces have seen a rise in violent homophobic crimes this year 13
6:40 PM — New crime figures released as part of a report this week show a rise in the number of homophobic offences in over half of UK police forces.
26th November 2014
Gay rights pioneer ‘takes leave’ from Human Rights Campaign after sex abuse arrest 2
5:50 PM — A gay rights pioneer who co-founded the Human Rights Campaign is taking a "leave of absence" from the group, after he was arrested over sex abuse claims.
United Nations urges Kytgyz Parliament to withdraw ‘gay propaganda’ law
4:24 PM — A group of experts from the United Nations (UN) have urged the Kyrgyz Parliament to withdraw an anti-gay bill.
Homophobe who smashed gay flatmate with hammer gets increased jail sentence 17
2:54 PM — A homophobe who left his gay flatmate with brain damage after hitting him with a claw hammer has had his sentence increased.
Homophobic hate crimes on the rise in the UK 6
1:35 PM — The number of homophobic hate crimes in the UK recorded by police has risen over the past year.
25th November 2014
Report: IS stones 2 ‘gay men’ to death in Syria 27
4:44 PM — Islamic State (IS) has stoned two men to death after claiming they were gay, reports out of Syria say.
Uganda to host 2017 World Cross Country Championships despite anti-gay laws 12
4:13 PM — Adding to the list of countries with anti-gay laws allowed to host professional athletics events, Uganda will be hosting the 2017 World Cross Country Championships.
Guide launched for lesbians who have been affected by sexual violence 1
3:46 PM — A guide has been launched for lesbian and bisexual women who have been affected by sexual violence.
UK: Man who falsely accused gay men of rape jailed for six years 3
12:27 PM — A Herefordshire man who falsely claimed he was raped by four gay men has been jailed for six years.
Brighton: Three men jailed over homophobic attack on gay man in St James’s Street 12
10:30 AM — Three men have been jailed after being found guilty of a vicious homophobic assault and a racially motivated attack in Brighton.
24th November 2014
Iconic London drag venue Madame JoJo’s closes after losing license 16
5:33 PM — London drag and cabaret club Madame JoJo's has possibly closed for good - after its license was revoked following a "serious incident of disorder".
US: Trans woman to appeal against ‘manifesting prostitution’ charge 2
5:05 PM — A Phoenix trans woman who has found support from TV star Laverne Cox, has said she will appeal against a prostitution-related charge she was found guilty of earlier this year.