1st August 2014
Comment: Despite today’s court ruling, the situation for gay people in Uganda remains bleak 2
6:38 PM — Dr Paul Johnson, Reader in Sociology at the University of York, responds to today's court ruling striking down Uganda's Anti-Homosexuality Act.
29th June 2014
Gary Oldman: I’m an A-hole for defending homophobic rant 17
6:19 PM — Gary Oldman has conceded that he is an "A-hole" for defending the use of homophobic slurs.
3rd June 2014
US: Chicago Sun-Times removes article claiming Laverne Cox is ‘not a woman’ 3
11:30 PM — The Chicago Sun-Times has removed an article claiming that transgender actress Laverne Cox is "not a woman", and issued an apology for the "oversight".
US: National Review prints article claiming Laverne Cox is ‘not a woman’ 20
6:30 PM — The National Review has published an article attacking transgender actress Laverne Cox, claiming she is 'not a woman'.
2nd November 2010
Equal Love campaign: First gay couple denied marriage 21
4:46 PM — The first of eight gay and straight couples to challenge the UK's marriage laws have been denied a marriage at a London registry office, as expected. Rev Sharon Ferguson and her partner Franka Streitzel, the lead gay couple in the Equal Love campaign, were denied permission to marry this morning in Greenwich.
20th October 2010
Ugandan newspaper publishes ‘list of gays’ and calls for executions 28
5:22 PM — A Ugandan newspaper has published the names, addresses and photographs of the country's "top" gays and lesbians. Rolling Stone, which has no connection to the US magazine of the same name, had a banner across its front page which read "hang them".
18th February 2010
Tatchell attacks PCC ruling on Jan Moir 39
6:36 PM — Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has criticised the Press Complaints Commission for rejecting complaints over Daily Mail writer Jan Moir. Mr Tatchell argued that the watchdog should be disbanded.
Comment: The PCC should not be dismantled 37
4:31 PM — The Press Complaints Commission made the correct decision about Jan Moir's article on Stephen Gately. Despite the inevitable calls for it to be dismantled and replaced with a statutory body, a free press is the watchdog of a true democracy.
PCC rejects complaint over Jan Moir’s Stephen Gately article 47
11:23 AM — The Press Complaints Commission has rejected a complaint from Stephen Gately's civil partner over a Daily Mail article about his death.
29th January 2010
Former Evening Standard theatre critic attacks newspaper’s defence of Jan Moir 28
3:41 PM — Exclusive Nicholas de Jongh, the former Evening Standard theatre critic, has attacked the newspaper for publishing an article defending Jan Moir's remarks on Stephen Gately.
25th January 2010
Gym owner apologises for ‘soy makes kids gay’ email 21
12:43 PM — The owner of a New Zealand gym franchise has apologised after including an article on soy turning children gay in his email newsletter.
4th January 2010
Trans woman wins complaint against newspaper for ‘tranny’ headline 22
1:14 PM — The Press Complaints Commission has ruled that a Belfast newspaper breached the press code of practice for calling a trans woman a "tranny". Keira McCormack complained she had been deeply insulted by the November 1st 2009 article in the Sunday Life.
31st December 2009
Ugandan tabloid prints list of ‘tycoons who bankroll homos’ 65
7:47 PM — A notorious Ugandan tabloid has run an article this week which, it claims, identifies individuals who finance the 'stinking vice' of homosexuality.
17th December 2009
Stephen Gately’s widower makes official complaint about Jan Moir column 35
5:23 PM — Stephen Gately's civil partner has made an official complaint to the Press Complaints Commission about Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir's article on his death. Andrew Cowles cited breaches of accuracy, intrusion into grief or shock and discrimination.
12th December 2009
Gay soldier Ben Rakestrow comes out on return from Afghanistan 40
12:50 PM — A 21-year-old member of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment (2RTR) has become one of the first British openly gay soldiers serving in a major conflict.