13th June 2013
US: California city officials sued for sting operation targeting gay men for cruising 13
3:34 PM — The Californian city of San Leandro and its police department are being sued in federal court, and are accused of violating the civil rights of gay men, by conducting undercover sting operations, hoping to stop cruising in a public restroom.
UK: Jailed women in sexual ‘fraud’ case freed by Court of Appeal 22
1:05 PM — An 18-year-old woman jailed for three years on the grounds of obtaining the sexual consent of another woman “by fraud” has been freed by the Court of Appeal after serving 82 days in prison.
12th June 2013
Belfast: Man jailed over homophobic attack in gay bar toilet 4
11:32 AM — A 27-year-old man who attacked a gay man in the toilets of a gay bar in Belfast, calling him a "gay bastard", has been sent to prison.
11th June 2013
Tel Aviv: Prime suspect of 2009 LGBT youth centre shooting named 5
5:50 PM — A court has lifted an order allowing for the name of the prime suspect charged in relation to the fatal 2009 shooting at a Tel Aviv LGBT youth centre to be published.
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.
Zambia: Gay couple facing sodomy allegations go on trial 5
11:23 AM — A gay couple “charged with the offence of sodomy or having sex against the order of nature contrary to the laws of Zambia” have gone on trial.
10th June 2013
France: Man faces preliminary manslaughter charge over death of Clement Meric 14
10:57 PM — A man is facing preliminary charges of manslaughter over the death of anti-fascist protester Clement Meric last week.
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.
Police investigate explosion at gay MP’s constituency office 3
11:57 AM — Lincolnshire Police has launched an investigation following a minor explosion at the constituency office of gay Conservative MP Nick Boles.
8th June 2013
France: Five held over death of Clement Meric 15
3:25 PM — Five suspects are being held in connection with the death of a teenage left-wing protester and gay rights activist in Paris.
7th June 2013
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.
Oxford: Man left shaken after homophobic assault 6
5:14 PM — A man has been abused and assaulted in a suspected homophobic attack in Oxford.
6th June 2013
France: President Hollande condemns fatal attack on teenage gay rights activist 26
9:11 PM — President Francois Hollande has condemned the fatal attack on a French teenage gay rights activist "in the strongest terms".
France: Gay rights campaigner, 18, left brain dead after far-right attack 67
12:41 PM — An 18-year-old gay rights campaigner has been left brain dead after an attack by far-right skinheads in Paris.
5th June 2013
Israel: Police make arrests in connection with 2009 LGBT teen centre shooting 9
9:31 PM — Israeli media are reporting that police have arrested three suspects in connection with a shooting at a gay community centre in 2009.
Tory MP cleared by tribunal over lesbian housekeeper threesome allegations
5:46 PM — A Conservative MP has been cleared of allegations that he invited his former housekeeper to join a threesome after an employment tribunal rejected the case.
Ex-Coronation Street actor says he ‘dabbled with homosexuality’ but denies abuse allegations
4:45 PM — Former Coronation Street actor Andrew Lancel told police he had "dabbled" with homosexuality when he was younger but categorically denied having any sexual relations with "minors or children", a court has heard.
Anti-gay Evangelist Scott Lively: ‘I don’t support Ugandan ‘Kill the gays’ bill, but it is courageous’ 37
2:08 PM — US Christian Evangelist Scott Lively, has posted an article which says that he thinks it is "courageous" of Ugandan people to push though legislation which could make homosexual acts punishable by death, but that he doesn't support the bill.
4th June 2013
Bradley Manning trial opens with accusations of ‘systematically harvesting’ Wikileaks documents 3
4:05 PM — Gay US soldier Bradley Manning, headed to trial on Monday, where military prosecutors said he "systematically harvested" secret documents to share with anti-secrecy site Wikileaks.