30th March 2015
Employer cancels $40 million expansion in Indiana in protest against ‘religious freedom’ law 15
3:27 PM — Angie's List, an American listings website, has cancelled an headquarters expansion in Indiana worth $40 million.
14th April 2014
Firefox names new interim CEO, after anti-gay marriage donations row 3
9:03 PM — Mozilla has named a new interim CEO, just 11 days after Brendan Eich resigned over his donations to anti-gay marriage campaigns.
12th November 2013
US: Student asks Apple to change dictionary defining gay as ‘foolish and stupid’ 16
11:52 AM — A student in Sudbury, Massachusetts, has launched a campaign asking Apple to remove an offensive definition of the word "gay" from its online dictionary service.
18th March 2013
US: Same-sex health benefits bill passes initial vote in Vermont House
4:09 PM — The House in the US state of Vermont has voted in favour of a bill which requires out-of-state companies to offer equal healthcare benefits to same-sex couples as they offer to opposite-sex couples.
27th October 2010
Gay priest ice cream ad banned for ‘mocking Catholics’ 46
11:50 AM — An ad for ice cream which showed two priests about to kiss has been banned after it was ruled offensive to Catholics. The Advertising Standards Authority said that the ad, for Antonio Federici ice cream, was likely to cause "serious offence".
22nd October 2010
eBay says sorry for competition gay ban 21
11:15 AM — eBay has apologised for barring gay couples from a competition. The French version of the auction site was accused of discrimination this week after it stated that a competition prize could only be won by a male and female couple.
28th January 2010
US dating website eHarmony agrees to cater for gays and lesbians 11
6:05 PM — American dating website eHarmony has settled a three-year lawsuit by agreeing to become more "welcoming" to gays and lesbians.
12th January 2010
China’s first gay pageant to be held this week 3
11:41 AM — Eight contestants will fight to the chance to be crowned Mr Gay China when the country's first gay pageant gets underway this week. China only decriminalised homosexuality in 1997 and it was seen as a mental illness until 2001.