6th December 2013
eBay removes listing for £500,000 Ford Fiesta because of ‘homophobic’ description 24
7:01 PM — Auction site eBay has removed a listing for a 13-year-old Ford Fiesta as it deemed that it contained offensive language.
7th November 2013
UK: Ebay apologises to lesbian couple after banning pro-gay Christmas T-shirts 10
1:59 PM — Ebay has apologised to a lesbian couple from Yorkshire after it banned the sale of Christmas T-shirts featuring innocuous rainbow scarves because they were listed as items of “gay interest”.
27th September 2013
London Assembly Member Tom Copley: Tesco Gay Best Friend inflatable doll ‘reinforces stereotypes’ 13
7:11 PM — Speaking exclusively to PinkNews, London Assembly Member Tom Copley has said that the "Gay Best Friend" doll previously listed on the Tesco website reinforces stereotypes about gay men.
Amazon and Ebay continue to sell ‘offensive’ Gay Best Friend inflatable doll 10
3:15 PM — Following criticism of Tesco for selling an inflatable “Gay Best Friend” doll – US online retailers Amazon and Ebay are facing pressure to remove the product from their websites.
16th February 2013
US: School District relaxes policy blocking student access to LGBT information websites 4
2:00 AM — A change in policy by the Clark County School District, which allows students access to information websites on LGBT issues, has been welcomed by civil rights groups.
30th January 2013
Paris Hilton auctions off perfume and donate proceeds to GLAAD 2
1:13 PM — Paris Hilton is auctioning off a personalised bottle of her perfume on eBay, and will donate all proceeds to the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.
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.
20th October 2010
eBay accused of banning gay couples from competition 18
2:06 PM — The French eBay website has been accused of discrimination after it stated that a competition prize could only be won by a heterosexual couple.