14th November 2011
French mayor performs “militant gay marriage ceremony” 17
9:45 AM — The ceremony, before the 2012 presidential election, is the second held by a town's mayor to attract national attention, with some dismissing it as "provocative".
Thousand mourners attend funeral of Stuart Walker 112
9:24 AM — Over a tenth of the town's population arrive at the funeral of the murdered barman.
11th November 2011
Malaysian states consider new penalties for gays 49
4:03 PM — Minister for one state said some people "protect human rights, even up to the point they want to allow lesbian activities and homosexuality."
Judiciary Committee passes DOMA repeal bill into Senate 22
10:10 AM — Bill is passed to Congress' upper house, but pundits doubt it will be tabled by the Senate's leader.
10th November 2011
Reaction to amyl nitrate caused married father’s death at cruising spot 149
2:34 PM — Eric James was found dead on Clapham Common after apparently using amyl nitrate during a sexual encounter.
Killer of David Kato receives 30 year prison sentence 26
2:00 PM — Sydney 'Enock' Nsubuga was sentenced last night by the Ugandan high court.
US gay couples “quicker to enter marriage than civil unions” 12
9:40 AM — A US study analysed data from across the country and found gay married couples may "value marriage more for its social meaning".
9th November 2011
QC argues Christian hotel owners are “entitled to outdated beliefs” 174
3:48 PM — Arguments are put forward in appeal of private hotel owners who denied "unmarried" gay couple a shared room.
8th November 2011
Christian hotel owners’ appeal reaches court today 267
9:00 AM — Private hoteliers hope to prove their business can legally be run in line with their religious beliefs.
7th November 2011
Video: Michigan state senator slams anti-bullying law 38
4:11 PM — Gretchen Whitmer described it as the "saddest and sickest irony" that the law is named after a student who committed suicide.
Lifetime blood donation ban for gay men lifted today 114
9:22 AM — Ban on men who have ever had sex with men donating blood is lifted today, but 12-month deferral period remains.
4th November 2011
Gay dads cleared of breaking clinical trial rules 2
4:25 PM — Barrie and Tony Drewitt-Barlow were the UK’s first gay surrogate dads and ran Euroderm Research until 2008.
Police appeal after murder of secretive London millionaire 34
3:50 PM — William John Saunderson-Smith was found murdered in West Kensington on 21 October.
Man jailed over gay cruise cabin “apothecary” 23
1:03 PM — An American has been jailed after being found with amphetamines and a large amount of cash in his cabin on the world's largest cruise ship.
3rd November 2011
Religious civil partnerships won’t solve “blanket ban inequality” 91
1:29 PM — Announcement is welcomed by some, but warnings follow that not allowing religious gay marriages is still an "infringement of religious freedom".
2nd November 2011
Civil partnerships in religious premises “by the end of the year” 122
11:08 AM — Report published today says religious institutions will be able to apply to hold ceremonies before the end of December.
1st November 2011
Police association calls for homophobic recording of Stuart Walker murder 40
2:53 PM — Gay Police Association says failing to acknowledge a possible homophobic element at the start of an investigation may mean that evidence of homophobia never comes to light.
31st October 2011
US Christian university forces staff to declare heterosexuality 130
4:49 PM — Employees must sign a declarative Personal Lifestyle Statement, abstaining from all sexual activity prohibited by the Bible.
Glasgow council adds support to gay marriage consultation 20
3:38 PM — While religious leaders are divided on their views, Scotland's largest city council votes in favour of gay marriage proposals.
Trust which demoted Christian housing manager feared loss of gay award 61
1:48 PM — Adrian Smith's demotion and pay cut were seen by many to be too severe, as housing trust sought to protect award for supporting gay youth.