10th April 2012
European court rules homophobic cleric Abu Hamza can be extradited to US 66
11:30 AM — The European Court of Human Rights has said the anti-gay Muslim cleric Abu Hamza al-Masri may be extradited to the US on terrorism charges.
Three admit drunken assault after anti-gay taunts 29
9:58 AM — Two women and a man have admitted drunkenly assaulting a man outside a gay pub saying they were provoked by his gestures through the window and homophobic taunts.
5th April 2012
Victim denies homophobia prompted pizza restaurant attack 8
11:18 AM — The victim of an assault denied a lawyer's suggestion she inflamed the incident by making homophobic comments to her attacker, as her assailant was jailed yesterday.
Guyana: Public consultation on removal of anti-gay laws 38
10:26 AM — Authorities in Guyana are planning a series of public consultations on whether to repeal the country's anti-gay laws.
4th April 2012
Man arrested after stabbing at Jessie J party 12
11:03 AM — A man has been arrested following the stabbing of a party-goer last night at an event hosted by bisexual singer Jessie J.
3rd April 2012
Group in Liberia ‘issues hit list’ against gays 19
3:28 PM — A group in Liberia is reportedly threatening seven men it has publicly named as part of an anti-gay campaign.
22nd March 2012
US men plead guilty to gay sex charges on Caribbean cruise 29
5:32 PM — Two men from California have pleaded guilty to charges of breaking Dominica's anti-gay laws after being spotted having sex on a gay cruise ship.
Video: Film urges reporting of anti-gay crimes in Hampshire 5
12:21 PM — Police in Hampshire have released a new film demonstrating the work of their liaison officers with the gay, bi and trans community and encouraging victims and witnesses of hate crimes to report them.
20th March 2012
Netherlands: Catholic Church ‘castrated boys as gay cures and punishments’ 47
12:30 PM — A newspaper in the Netherlands claims to have uncovered cases in which boys in Roman Catholic care over half a century ago were castrated to stop them being gay or to punish them for uncovering abuse.
16th March 2012
Tyler Clementi’s room-mate guilty on hate crime charges 56
5:56 PM — A jury has found a New Jersey university student who watched Tyler Clementi kissing another man in their room days before he killed himself guilty of 15 charges.
15th March 2012
Zimbabwe senator asks for ‘sex gadgets’ to stop prisoners turning gay 71
11:45 AM — A Zimbabwean senator has suggested giving prisoners sex toys to curb gay impulses while they are behind bars.
14th March 2012
Call to recommend gay and trans protections in new Commonwealth Charter 7
2:28 PM — Individuals and organisations are being called on to suggest specific gay, transgender and intersex protections in a new consultation on the draft Commonwealth Charter.
13th March 2012
St Petersburg governor signs ‘gay propaganda’ bill into law 46
2:36 PM — St Petersburg's governor has signed into law a bill making it an offence to 'promote' gay or transgender personal identities with commentators fearing how badly it will 'encourage hate' towards the city's gay, bi and trans people.
12th March 2012
Ken Livingstone: London ‘not on top’ of gay hate crime 32
10:33 PM — Ken Livingstone has accused Mayor Boris Johnston and the Metropolitan Police of complacency when it comes to tackling homophobic crime in the capital.
9th March 2012
Labour MP Eric Joyce fined £3,000 after attack on gay Tory in Commons bar 37
5:22 PM — Eric Joyce, Labour MP for Falkirk in Scotland, has been given a £3,000 fine and banned from pubs for three months after head-butting openly gay MP Stuart Andrew in a House of Commons bar brawl.
7th March 2012
Chile: Gay man scarred with swastikas after homophobic attack 20
5:35 PM — The cause of a young gay man in Chile who was attacked and will be left permanently scarred with swastikas on his chest has prompted an outcry for hate crime laws.
5th March 2012
Man denies burn assault at Leicester gay pub
1:09 PM — A man has appeared at Basildon Crown Court after being charged for allegedly setting two gay men alight in a pub garden.
2nd March 2012
Video: Call to boycott St Petersburg over anti-gay law 17
5:07 PM — International protest against St Petersburg's new law banning the promotion of "sodomy, lesbianism, bisexualism and transgenderism” have continued with a video highlighting the law's effect.
29th February 2012
Protesters urge St Petersburg not to enact anti-gay law 1
4:38 PM — The British Foreign Office is among a number of bodies and groups of protesters around the world urging St Petersburg not to enact the anti-gay law its legislature passed today.
Police appeal after gay teens abused in Hampshire gadget shop 48
1:18 PM — Police are seeking witnesses after a young gay couple were subjected to homophobic verbal abuse in shop in Basingstoke, Hampshire.