10th April 2014
UK: Teen on trial for attempted murder denies stabbing gay man in chest
1:18 PM — A teenager on trial for the attempted murder of a 35-year-old gay man denies he is homophobic and says cocaine makes him “stupid not aggressive”.
31st March 2014
UK: Gloucester man ‘boasted’ after attempted rape of gay woman, court hears
6:59 PM — A man accused of attempted rape of a gay woman 'boasted' after the alleged attack took place, jurors in Gloucester have been told.
US: Lesbian New York chef wins $1.6m payout from ‘homophobic’ boss
6:31 PM — A lesbian chef in New York has been awarded $1.6m (£961k), after suing her boss who told her to "marry a man and have children", and that gay people were "going to hell".
26th March 2014
Zimbabwe: Man who claimed stab victim was gay acquitted of attempted murder 9
12:52 PM — A man in Zimbabwe has reportedly been acquitted of stabbing a man who he says is gay.
21st March 2014
US: Judge strikes down Michigan’s ban on same-sex marriage 16
9:58 PM — A judge has declared a ban on same-sex marriages in Michigan unconstitutional.
10th March 2014
US: Gay vice principal ‘fired for getting married’ sues Catholic school 7
10:00 PM — A gay former vice principal at a Catholic school is suing his former employer, after they fired him for getting married.
31st January 2014
US: Hawaii court rejects Republican’s bid to end same-sex marriages 5
3:55 PM — A Hawaii court has thrown out a constitutional challenge by a Republican representative attempting to stop same-sex marriages in the country.
24th January 2014
UK: Six relatives who tried to kidnap sister’s lesbian partner await sentencing
1:38 PM — Six members of a family, who admit to attempting to kidnap their sister's lesbian partner await sentencing in Preston.
15th January 2014
Chester man due in court next week over manslaughter of gay grandfather Ronald Hayes
12:00 PM — A 26-year-old man will appear in court next week charged with the manslaughter of a gay man in Chester.
10th December 2013
Jury enters third day of deliberations in Brighton gay man murder trial
1:27 PM — The jury in the case of a man accused of murdering a Brighton gay man has retired for a third day to consider its verdict.
9th December 2013
Jury considering verdict of South African accused of murdering Brighton gay man
2:08 PM — The jury in the case of a man accused of murdering a 62-year-old Brighton gay man have begun their deliberations.
5th December 2013
Jury retires to consider verdict of South African accused of murdering Brighton gay man
1:50 PM — A jury has retired to consider its verdict in the trial of a South African national accused of murdering Michael Polding, a gay man who lived in Brighton.
4th December 2013
US: Court hears discrimination case after bakery refused to make wedding cake for gay couple 6
3:59 PM — A judge in the Colorado Civil Rights Commission is today hearing arguments in a case filed against a bakery which refused to make a wedding cake for a gay couple.
28th November 2013
Greece: Bishop threatens to excommunicate officials who support gay civil partnerships 31
6:29 PM — A bishop in Greece has threatened to excommunicate any officials in his diocese who support measures to legalise same-sex civil partnerships.
27th November 2013
Former sex worker accused of killing Brighton gay man breaks down in court
4:13 PM — Ricardo Pisano, the man accused of murdering gay 62-year-old Michael Polding, broke down in tears as he recalled the moment he found him dead.
26th November 2013
Oregon: Lesbian lawyer wins federal healthcare discrimination case
4:16 PM — A federal law clerk in Oregon who was denied healthcare benefits for her same-sex domestic partner was discriminated against and must be compensated, judges have ruled.
22nd November 2013
Man accused of murdering Brighton gay man feared deportation to South Africa
4:59 PM — A man accused of murdering a Brighton gay man fled the scene of the crime because he feared deportation to South Africa, a court has heard.
13th November 2013
UK: Court told bisexual former Lib Dem MP’s phone hacked repeatedly
2:32 PM — The phone of bisexual former Liberal Democrat MP Mark Oaten was hacked 10 times by a private investigator, the Old Bailey has heard.
7th November 2013
European Court of Human Rights rules against Greece’s ban on gay civil unions 21
3:04 PM — Greece’s ban on same-sex couples from entering civil unions violates the European Convention of Human Rights, a European court has ruled.
6th November 2013
Man accused of killing Brighton gay man worked as rent boy
6:57 PM — The man accused of murdering a 62-year-old gay man in Brighton previously worked as a rent boy, a jury has heard.