12th January 2015
Lesbians kicked out of Vienna café for kissing 16
10:03 AM — If being kicked out of a café in Vienna for kissing wasn't enough, this lesbian couple were told by the owner that such behaviour belonged "in a brothel".
11th January 2015
Portugal: Opposition party to table same-sex adoption bill 5
8:23 PM — Portugal's opposition Socialist party plans to table a bill which would allow same-sex couples to adopt children and access fertility treatment.
Mexico: Same-sex couple forced to cancel wedding, told they are too insane to marry 9
7:03 PM — A same-sex couple who were set to become the first in Baja California to marry have been forced to postpone their wedding - after a counsellor claimed they 'suffer from madness'.
Labour wants to stop this man having sex, and 6 other stories you might have missed 5
6:29 PM — PinkNews brings you a roundup of news from the past seven days.
‘God Hates Fags’ church targets gay Christian singer, but her response is amazing 50
5:18 PM — The Westboro Baptist Church has protested a Christian conference, over the performance of openly gay singer Vicky Beeching.
Australian: ACT to expunge historic gay sex convictions 7
4:31 PM — The Australian Capital Territory is to expunge the records for historic gay sex convictions.
Ireland: Government to consider relaxing gay blood ban 2
3:38 PM — The Irish Department of Health is currently examining a policy paper that looks at a range of options surrounding the country's ban on gay men donating blood.
Comment: Everyone is Charlie Hebdo. Everyone is gay 12
2:47 PM — Chief Executive of the Human Dignity Trust Jonathan Cooper writes for PinkNews on the Charlie Hebdo shootings earlier this week.
Thousands rally in Paris and London after Charlie Hebdo killings 4
2:44 PM — Thousands of people are today attending rallies in Paris and London, after 17 people were killed across three days of terrorist attacks in France.
Soldier in Queen’s Guard makes homophobic bullying complaint 6
1:36 PM — A member of the Queen's Household Cavalry has made a formal complaint after suffering years of vicious homophobic bullying.
Scotland: Same-sex couple banned from marrying 64
12:09 PM — A same-sex couple in Scotland were heartbroken to discover they remain banned from marrying.
Armed forces to ask new recruits if they are gay 36
11:45 AM — The British armed forces are to begin monitoring the sexuality of new recruits, in order to help tackle homophobia.
10th January 2015
US: ‘Gay cure’ group plans to sue DC over therapy ban 12
8:05 PM — A Christian group that claims to cure homosexuality plans to sue the District of Columbia - after it banned 'ex-gay' conversion therapy.
US: Court smacks down Idaho Governor’s bid to halt same-sex weddings 7
6:45 PM — A court has denied a bid by the Governor of Idaho to halt same-sex weddings - months after couples started marrying.
European human rights commissioner attacks Russian law banning transgender drivers 24
3:41 PM — The Council of Europe Commissioner for Human Rights has attacked a new Russian law which bans transgender people from obtaining driver's licenses.
Australian politician finally apologises for anti-gay sticker… a decade later 44
12:10 PM — A former Australian councillor has finally apologised for a sticker which claimed "the only rights gays have is the right to die".
David Cameron: Same-sex marriage was one of my proudest achievements in 2014 25
11:44 AM — Prime Minister David Cameron has hailed the introduction of same-sex marriage as one of his proudest achievements in 2014.
9th January 2015
Bishop who performed exorcism over same-sex marriage to bless Arizona legislature 40
6:40 PM — A bishop who tried to exorcise the Governor of Illinois over his support for same-sex marriage will open the new session of Arizona's state legislature.
Comment: I understand how Leelah Alcorn must have felt, by Emily Brothers 4
6:17 PM — Out transgender Labour Parliamentary Candidate Emily Brothers writes for PinkNews on her own experiences of contemplating suicide and on the suicide of trans teen Leelah Alcorn.
Police kill two top suspects in Charlie Hebdo shootings 33
4:39 PM — French police have stormed two sites at which hostages were being held, and two suspects in the Charlie Hebdo shootings this week are believed to have been killed.