22nd November 2012
Video: David Cameron releases World AIDS Day message 3
12:27 PM — David Cameron says more needs to be done to increase HIV testing and has paid tribute to HIV/AIDS care and prevention workers in his annual World AIDS Day message.
21st November 2012
Irish gay parents to receive greater legal protection 7
7:19 PM — Ireland’s Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) has welcomed comments made by Justice Minister Alan Shatter on the need to improve legal provision for gay parents.
London: G-A-Y to stage HIV testing event for World AIDS Day 14
1:31 PM — G-A-Y hopes to break last year’s world record for the number of HIV tests carried out in 8 hours as part of next month’s World AIDS Day.
Documentary follows trans teen during Miss England competition 12
1:28 AM — A trans teenager is the focus of a new BBC documentary, which follows her though the heats of a beauty pageant, the prestige of which she wants to use to become a role model for young trans people.
20th November 2012
US: Judge suspends gender reassignment order for trans woman prisoner, denies electrolysis 2
7:53 PM — A judge has suspended a previous order made in September, which ruled that a trans woman prisoner should receive gender reassignment surgery in treatment for gender dysphoria.
Labour MP backs petition against gay ‘cure’ treatments 25
4:52 PM — Labour MP Diana Johnson is encouraging people to sign and help distribute a paper parliamentary petition currently in circulation, calling for an end to gay conversion therapy.
19th November 2012
US: Trans prisoner requests electrolysis, and for court to refer to her as female 5
9:49 PM — A trans woman prisoner incarcerated in an all male prison has requested electrolysis hair removal, and for the court to refer to her as female during ongoing proceedings, resulting in an appeal from prison officials.
Boris Johnson announces support for national HIV campaign 47
1:59 PM — London Mayor Boris Johnson is backing a major HIV testing campaign in the run up to World AIDS Day on 1 December.
18th November 2012
New Zealand: Employment Authority to decide on ‘dirty homosexual’ slur 6
7:41 AM — A New Zealand caregiver who quit his job after being called a "dirty homosexual" by a colleague, has accused his former employer of failing to adequately support and protect him.
17th November 2012
US: Influx of donations aim to save LGBT youth rescue centre destroyed by Superstorm Sandy 4
12:36 AM — A rescue centre for homeless LGBT youths in New York City, which was destroyed by Superstorm Sandy, is on the way to being rebuilt after a social media campaign was launched to save it.
13th November 2012
Malta: Anti-gay politician selected for EU health job 18
2:31 PM — LGBT-supporting members of the European Parliament are challenging Malta's nominee for the EU's top health job because of his previous opposition to gay and women’s rights.
Gay ‘cure’ therapy is harmful says UK government 29
1:13 PM — Culture Secretary Maria Miller has responded to a parliamentary question on gay conversion therapy by instructing Health Minister Norman Lamb to outline the government’s official position.
12th November 2012
UK: Terrence Higgins Trust launches World AIDS Day campaign 11
8:43 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust is calling on the gay community to get behind its World AIDS Day campaign.
10th November 2012
Brighton: HIV cases on the rise 41
12:21 AM — For the first time ever more than half of all new HIV cases in Brighton and Hove are being attributed to heterosexual men.
7th November 2012
UK: LGF receives safer sex campaign award 4
10:01 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) has won an award for its condom initiative.
1st November 2012
Ian Thorpe: I can do nothing more about the gay rumours 36
2:09 PM — Australian swimmer Ian Thorpe has claimed that people are "obsessed" with his sexuality, despite once again stating that he is not gay.
Comment: Why it’s vital that gay men test for HIV 167
1:07 AM — Mark Tyson, a community development worker for Yorkshire MESMAC, has welcomed news of this month’s HIV Testing Week for England. In a comment piece for PinkNews.co.uk, he shares his thoughts on the need to increase testing for gay and bisexual men.
30th October 2012
London: Second man dies following gay sauna incident 32
7:59 PM — The Metropolitan Police have launched an appeal for information following the death of two men after they collapsed in a London sauna.
29th October 2012
Terrence Higgins Trust to launch new HIV testing campaign 101
4:22 PM — England's first National HIV Testing Week will take place next month as part of a strategy designed to tackle high rates of HIV infection among gay and bisexual men.
London: Police investigate death at gay sauna 47
12:24 PM — The Metropolitan Police have launched an investigation after a man died at a gay sauna in central London during the weekend.