17th September 2012
US: Trans prisoner may be given legal costs as well as surgery 3
8:03 PM — The legal costs of a trans woman incarcerated in a male prison, who has been allowed to have gender reassignment surgery whilst still serving her sentence, may also be eligible to have her legal costs covered, a court has ruled.
Uganda: British producer of gay play bailed from jail 3
12:47 PM — British theatre producer David Cecil has been released on bail in Uganda, where he was charged over a play featuring a gay storyline.
Police investigate south London homophobic attack 1
12:04 PM — Police are seeking to identify two suspects involved in a homophobic attack which took place last month on Kennington Road near Vauxhall.
14th September 2012
US: Accused in brutal murder case said he did it to ‘make the world a better place’ 32
10:25 PM — Jury selection will take place next week in a case where the young lover of a Portuguese writer admitted bludgeoning him to death and castrating him.
San Francisco: Supervisor Wiener asked to ban public nudity in ‘cock ring’ row 64
6:56 PM — Gay district supervisor Scott Wiener says he is open to introducing legislation that would ban public nudity due to the increased number of men seen wearing cock rings in San Francisco’s Castro district.
Scottish footballer to stand trial over homophobic threats
4:27 PM — A former Hibernian footballer is to stand trial charged with making homophobic threats to staff at a nightclub in Edinburgh.
Disabled man attacked in Manchester’s Gay Village 13
2:07 PM — A 26-year-old man with cerebral palsy says he is now too scared to leave his home after he was attacked in the city’s famous LGBT district.
Russian PM calls for the release of Pussy Riot 13
12:38 PM — Russia’s Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has called for three members of the LGBT-supporting feminist punk band Pussy Riot to be freed.
Cleaner steals more than £30,000 from Derren Brown
11:43 AM — A cleaner has admitted to stealing cheques from the gay TV magician Derren Brown.
13th September 2012
US: Pro-equal-marriage sit-in trio found not guilty of trespassing
8:36 PM — On Wednesday, three people arrested in North Carolina for attending a sit-in for equal marriage rights, were found not guilty of trespassing charges.
UK theatre producer held in Ugandan jail for showing gay play 4
5:17 PM — The British producer of a play about being gay in Uganda is in jail pending his trial on charges that he had the work performed without official authorisation.
Iraqi police behind anti-gay killings, says TV documentary 25
10:08 AM — A BBC World Service programme has revealed that law enforcement agencies in Iraq are involved in the sustained systematic persecution of the country’s LGBT community.
12th September 2012
Aberdeen: Trainee lawyer found guilty of homophobic attack 11
6:33 PM — A second-year trainee lawyer has been found guilty of making homophobic remarks and attacking two students outside a nightclub in Aberdeen.
Florida: Man charged with infecting teen with HIV
2:54 PM — Keith 'Keyoko' Sumlin faces seven counts, including attempted second-degree murder, lewd and lascivious molestation, and criminal transmission of HIV.
Joe McElderry speaks of relief at conviction of Twitter troll 5
1:24 PM — A man who abused and harassed X Factor winner Joe McElderry has been fined and given a restraining order.
11th September 2012
Comment: Homophobia is still a blight on our society 6
3:25 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk Gary Spedding says the number of anti-gay incidents in Northern Ireland shows more needs to be done to tackle homophobia in society.
Warwickshire: Man accused of killing civil partner after a row about their pet dog
10:55 AM — A court has heard that a man was murdered by his civil partner when he was pushed into the path of a bus after an argument outside an Indian restaurant in Leamington Spa.
Gloucester: Teenager sentenced over anti-gay park attack 22
10:01 AM — A teenager who screamed homophobic insults at a college student has been sentenced to 12 months' detention in a young offenders' institution.
10th September 2012
UK: Would-be juror with ‘extreme’ homophobic and racist views faces prosecution 32
5:52 PM — A man has told a judge that he could not undertake jury service because of his “extreme” prejudices.
Man pleads guilty to Leicester gay pub fire attack 23
12:41 PM — A man has pleaded guilty to an attack at a Leicester gay pub which left two men with serious burns.