14th November 2014
Japan: School holds ‘Sex Change Day’ for students 14
2:14 PM — A high school in Japan held a 'Sex Change Day' this week - where boys dressed in skirts, and girls wore suits and ties.
Brighton Pride safe ‘until 2020′ under new license 2
1:44 PM — Brighton Pride is secure until 2020, after the council granted a six-year license for the LGBT event.
Tory MPs: Red Cross should reinstate volunteer sacked after anti-gay marriage protest 18
1:27 PM — Four Tory MPs have signed an Early Day Motion calling for the British Red Cross to reinstate a volunteer who was let go after he picketed against same-sex marriage.
Botswana gay rights group wins right to exist after court battle 1
12:59 PM — A court in Botswana has ruled that the government acted illegally when it banned a gay rights group.
Qatar: We will find ‘creative’ solutions to gays at the World Cup 14
12:09 PM — The Qatari sports minister has claimed that his country will find "creative" solutions to gay people attending the world cup despite its ban on homosexuality.
Azealia Banks defends calling Perez Hilton a ‘faggot’ because gay men are ‘more misogynistic’ 41
11:33 AM — American rapper Azealia Banks, who repeatedly called blogger Perez Hilton a "faggot" last year, has said she has no regrets because lots of gay men are "more misogynistic" than straight men.
13th November 2014
South Korea: 70% of young gay men not out to their parents
11:13 AM — A study has found that as many as seven out of 10 gay Koreans hide their sexual orientations from their parents.
12th November 2014
US: Marriage equality groups celebrate first Deep South victory in South Carolina 4
7:48 PM — Pro-gay groups are celebrating a judge's order striking down the ban on same-sex marriage in South Carolina.
Shadow equalities minister: I’m pleased Nicky Morgan has been won over on same-sex marriage 8
6:55 PM — Shadow equalities minister Sharon Hodgson has joked about the "Damascene conversion" of Nicky Morgan on same-sex marriage.
Equalities minister Nick Boles: My civil partner has been ‘insistently’ pressing me on marriage conversion 6
6:26 PM — Nick Boles, the minister with responsibility for same-sex marriage, has said his own civil partner is "insistently" waiting for their right to convert to a marriage.
Argentina: Buenos Aires Pride organisers slam city government for refusing to provide security 2
3:57 PM — Buenos Aires pride organisers have criticised the city government for not providing police security during the march planned for Saturday.
Twickenham rugby fans accused of shouting homophobic abuse at referee Nigel Owens 9
1:31 PM — Rugby fans at recent match in Twickenham have been accused of directing homohpboic slurs at referee Nigel Owens.
Anti-gay group ranks own online store #1 on ‘naughty or nice’ Christmas list 13
12:05 PM — The anti-gay American Family Association has ranked its own online store the number one destination for Christmas shoppers.
Catholic Bishop of Shrewsbury ‘clarifies’ claim that it would be the ‘ultimate failure’ to accept gays 49
11:39 AM — The Catholic Bishop of Shrewesbury, who claimed it would be an 'ultimate failure' for the Church to accept gays, has attempted to clarify his comments.
Zachary Quinto: ‘Tremendous complacency’ has led to a rise in HIV infections 13
10:29 AM — Actor Zachary Quinto has criticised the gay community for "tremendous complacency" and "laziness" towards AIDS.
11th November 2014
Made in Chelsea’s Ollie Locke to take part in ‘post-gay’ debate 15
5:34 PM — Bisexual Made in Chelsea star Ollie Locke is set to take part in a panel discussion on sexual orientation with controversial journalist Julie Bindel and gay entrepreneur Ivan Massow.
Ugandan minister confirms planning of new anti-gay law that cannot be challenged 29
4:23 PM — Uganda plans to introduce a new anti-gay law that will withstand any legal challenge, a government minister confirms.
Louis Tomlinson blasts ‘laughable’ reports claiming he supported Tim Cook with rainbow Apple t-shirt 33
10:23 AM — One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has blasted reports claiming he showed support for Apple's newly-out CEO Tim Cook.
10th November 2014
US: No hate crime charge for man caught on camera attacking ‘queers’ 7
7:15 PM — A man who was caught on camera attacking "queers" in Dallas Fort Worth airport is facing two minor misdemeanour charges.
Scottish Tory leader: Teens need to understand anti-gay slurs are not okay 6
6:52 PM — Openly gay Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson has reacted to a report showing that homophobic bullying is still prevalent in schools.