17th December 2013
Uganda: Former national football team coach arrested for allegedly having gay sex with player 2
11:07 AM — The former head of Uganda’s national football team has reportedly been arrested for breaking the country’s laws against same-sex sexual activity.
16th December 2013
Owner of gay club demands action from Putin following homophobic attack on premises 7
7:28 PM — Moscow's largest gay club owner has written to President Putin to demand a full investigation into the homophobic attack on his club.
Killer of Brighton gay man jailed for 18 and-a-half years
7:17 PM — A South African national has been jailed for 18 and-a-half years for killing a gay man in Brighton.
Trial of UK man held in Uganda for breaking anti-gay laws adjourned until 2014 6
6:59 PM — The case of a British man charged in Uganda after images of him having sex with a man were published in a newspaper has been adjourned for a third time.
14th December 2013
India’s Human Rights Commission calls on government to remove gay sex ban 3
4:37 PM — The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in India has called on the Government to amend the penal code in order to protect the human rights of gay and lesbian people following a shock ruling by the Supreme Court.
13th December 2013
Protests planned for Sunday against reinstatement of Indian gay sex ban 1
5:55 PM — A protest is being organised for Sunday against this week's shock ruling by the Indian Supreme Court to reinstate a ban on gay sex in the country.
Police search for homophobic hammer attacker of Punch and Judy puppeteer’s dog 12
4:41 PM — Police are searching for an attacker who smashed a dog in the head with a hammer, and defaced the van of a children's entertainer with a homophobic slur.
12th December 2013
MP Crispin Blunt appeals to Indian Health Minister to repeal ‘disaster’ Supreme Court gay sex ban 3
1:47 PM — Conservative MP Crispin Blunt has written to Minister of Health and Family Welfare Ghulam Nabi Azad to express his "dismay and serious concern" as India's Supreme Court ruled this week to reinstate a ban on gay sex.
11th December 2013
Indian ban on gay sex condemned by Bollywood stars 1
7:23 PM — The stars of Bollywood have spoken out to condemn the reintroduction of a law banning gay sex by the Indian Supreme Court today.
India: Former Commonwealth Human Rights Head condemns gay sex ban 7
6:25 PM — Dr Purna Sen, former Head of Human Rights at the Commonwealth Secretariat and chair of the Kaleidoscope Trust, has condemned yesterday's decision by India's supreme court to uphold colonial-era laws that ban gay sex.
Indian politicians criticise Supreme Court’s decision to ban gay sex 47
11:39 AM — India’s Supreme Court ruling against gay sex is being met with criticism from a growing number of politicians in the country.
India bans gay sex in Supreme Court shock ruling 31
9:37 AM — India’s highest court has upheld a colonial-era law which criminalises gay sex, in what activists have described as a "black day" for gay rights.
10th December 2013
US: Pastor sentenced for aiding lesbian in kidnap of daughter calls for case to be dismissed 8
6:51 PM — An American pastor who was sentenced for helping a woman flee to Central America to escape a custody battle with her lesbian partner has said the case should be dismissed as the crime did not take place in Vermont, where he was sentenced.
US: Baker says he would rather go to prison than make a wedding cake for a gay couple 43
5:54 PM — A baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple and was told by a judge if he continued to do so he could face fines and worse, has said he would rather go to prison.
Jury enters third day of deliberations in Brighton gay man murder trial
1:27 PM — The jury in the case of a man accused of murdering a Brighton gay man has retired for a third day to consider its verdict.
9th December 2013
Christian Concern: Tom Daley came out because his father died so Jamaica should keep its buggery law 89
4:30 PM — Christian conservatives in Jamaica are being urged by activists from the US and UK to resist against calls for the country to repeal its buggery law.
Jury considering verdict of South African accused of murdering Brighton gay man
2:08 PM — The jury in the case of a man accused of murdering a 62-year-old Brighton gay man have begun their deliberations.
UK: Lesbian asylum seeker due to be deported to Uganda on Thursday 8
12:22 PM — An asylum seeker who claims she is at risk of homophobic persecution is due to be deported to Uganda on Thursday.
7th December 2013
Three men jailed following self-styled ‘Muslim patrol’ harassment campaign in East London 50
7:25 PM — Three men were jailed this week for taking part in a campaign of harassment against members of the community in Tower Hamlets, East London.
US judge rules bakery owner acted illegally in refusing service to gay couple 13
3:45 PM — A judge in the US state of Colorado has ruled that a bakery owner who refused service to a gay couple because of their sexuality broke the law in doing so.