10th September 2012
Alan Turing Monopoly board unveiled 6
12:08 PM — A special edition Monopoly board commemorating the life of gay codebreaker Alan Turing has been launched by the Bletchley Park Trust.
11th July 2012
Video: Anti-gay American Family Association ponders Google ban 31
11:36 PM — The American Family Association is pondering whether to boycott all Google products in response to the internet giant's Legalise Love campaign. Google's campaign, unveiled at the weekend, will push for the decriminalisation of homosexuality around the world.
8th July 2012
Google launches ‘Legalise Love’ gay rights campaign 10
9:18 PM — Google has launched a campaign called 'Legalise Love', aimed at pushing for gay rights in countries with anti-homosexuality laws.
23rd June 2012
Google celebrates 100th anniversary of gay war hero’s Alan Turing’s birth with Doodle 27
11:15 AM — Google has celebrated the 100th anniversary of the birth of Alan Turing, the gay mathematical genius and codebreaker who not only was the effective inventor of the computer but also a key driver behind the victory over the Nazis.
15th June 2012
Google marks LGBT pride through a rainbow curtain underneath search-bars 5
9:28 PM — The search giant Google is marking LGBT pride this year by displaying its search results with a rainbow-patterned curtain underneath its search bars.
8th June 2012
New guide for gay employees overseas published 5
4:34 PM — Stonewall has released a new guide for global employers with gay staff working on overseas assignments.
14th February 2012
Video: Gays among unusual couples in Google Valentine doodle 35
11:21 AM — A gay couple features alongside a cat and a dog, an astronaut and an alien, a princess and a frog, an elderly couple and a cookie embracing a carton of milk in the search engine's Valentine's Day animation.
19th October 2011
Facebook, Twitter and Google+ to mark ‘Spirit Day’ for bullied gay teens 18
11:43 AM — Facebook will mark 'Spirit Day' tomorrow by turning several pages purple and encouraging employees to learn about the event. Spirit Day, which was created last year by Canadian teenager Brittany McMillan, encourages people to wear purple on October 20th to remember LGBT teenagers who killed themselves after being bullied.
6th October 2011
Google removes ‘Is my son gay?’ app 28
2:14 PM — An Android app which claims to be able to tell anxious mothers whether their sons are gay has been pulled from Google's online store. The app asks 20 stereotypical questions, such as ‘Does your son like to dress well?’ and ‘Does he like musicals?’
14th July 2011
Video: Google+ allows users to hide gender 17
12:50 PM — Google's new social network Google+ is offering an option to hide gender for people who don't want to be identified as male or female. The site, which is currently invite-only, included the option after feedback from early users.
20th June 2011
Google celebrates LGBT pride with a gay rights rainbow on results 10
6:50 PM — Google has continued its now annual tradition of celebrating LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) pride on certain results during what is termed "pride month."
5th June 2011
Video: Google releases UK version of ‘It Gets Better’ Chrome TV ad 28
2:34 AM — Following on from its ground-breaking TV advert for its Chrome browser that showcases the 'It Gets Better' YouTube campaign to support gay teens, Google has released a UK specific version in association with Stonewall.
4th May 2011
Video:Google uses TV advertisement during Glee to showcase ‘It Gets Better’ campaign 44
11:05 PM — Google has aired a television advertisement for its Google Chrome browser that showcases the 'It Gets Better' YouTube campaign to support gay teens.