31st March 2014
UK: Christian ‘anti-gay’ preacher accepts £13k compensation for wrongful arrest 20
1:20 PM — A Christian street preacher who told teenagers that God 'hates' homosexuality because it is a sin has accepted £13,000 compensation for wrongful arrest.
24th June 2013
Sweden: Forcibly sterilised transgender people to sue government for compensation 3
4:38 PM — Swedish transgender people who were forced to accept sterilisation, for legal recognition of their gender identity, under a now defunct law, have launched a lawsuit against the state.
21st June 2013
Canada: Ruling upheld against comedian for discriminatory tirade against lesbian 8
10:57 PM — A Supreme Court judge in British Columbia has upheld a tribunal ruling which awarded CAD$22,500 ($14,000) to a lesbian who was insulted by a comedian at a restaurant.
13th June 2013
US: Gay Jewish activist wins $3.5M lawsuit against cousin for ‘brutal’ childhood abuse 11
4:30 PM — The Brooklyn Supreme Court has awarded $3.5 million (£2.2 million) to a gay activist who accused his cousin of carrying out "brutal" sexual abuse against him as a child - but he says it was "never about the money".
24th April 2013
Ireland: Hotel manager sacked for opening gay sauna awarded unfair dismissal compensation 3
4:09 PM — A former hotel leisure centre manager, who was sacked after he opened a gay sauna, has been awarded over 25,000€ (£21,000) in compensation.
21st December 2011
Lesbian couple sues Hawaii B&B which turned them away for being gay 19
12:37 PM — A gay couple from the US are suing a hotel for discrimination, saying the owner denied them a room because of their sexuality. The case bears several similarities to the ongoing dispute in the UK regarding two Christian private hotel owners who refused a gay couple a room because they were unmarried.
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QC argues Christian hotel owners are “entitled to outdated beliefs” 174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.
25th January 2011
Christian hotel owners to appeal ruling 324
6:14 PM — The Christian hotel owners who refused to let a gay couple share a room are appealing against the ruling. Peter and Hazelmary Bull, who own the Chymorvah Private Hotel near Penzance, were found to have acted unlawfully when denying civil partners Martin Hall and Steven Preddy a room.
19th November 2010
Gay man wins £13,000 after being bullied at work 13
4:03 PM — A gay man has been awarded more than £13,000 in compensation after a tribunal found he had been bullied at work for his sexuality. Steven Bain said his colleagues at The Lighthouse in Glasgow, an architecture and design centre, asked him if he found the words "poof" and "queer" offensive and whether he had ever dressed as a woman.
24th February 2010
Man wins discrimination claim against London’s oldest gay pub 16
3:34 PM — A gay man who worked in a London pub has won thousands of pounds in compensation after a tribunal found he was discriminated against.