11th May 2013
Russia: Possible homophobic killing spikes concerns of gay community 11
9:42 PM — The death of a man in a possible homophobic attack in Russia has concerned activists, who say prejudice is becoming more concentrated due to anti-gay laws.
Scottish Trades Union Congress debating homophobia in the workplace
6:08 PM — For the second year, an annual gathering of Scottish trade unions will include a committee to discuss LGBT rights in the workplace.
5th May 2013
Eight professional footballers reputed to be out to PFA, but won’t go public for fear of fan reactions 21
12:27 PM — At least eight professional footballers have come out as gay within the Football Association, but most say they fear going public because they anticipate a massive backlash.
Canada: Property agent fired for distributing homophobic leaflets 5
10:18 AM — A Canadian property agent has been fired for distributing leaflets that attack same-sex marriage and gay parents.
3rd May 2013
UKIP candidate who published homophobic and biphobic flyers defeated in Staffordshire contest 21
4:01 PM — UKIP candidate David Nixon, who distributed leaflets claiming legalising same-sex marriage would lead to explicit “Homosexual Sex Education”, has failed to be elected as the councillor for Stone Rural in Staffordshire.
2nd May 2013
South Africa: Married lesbian couple told to split up or face their son being expelled from school 16
3:59 PM — A married South African lesbian couple have been told they should split up and walk away from their "lifestyle", or remove their son from his Christian school.
Gay NBA player Jason Collins received Twitter death threats after coming out 9
2:29 PM — The first openly gay player in a major US team sport, Jason Collins, who came out on Monday, has been subject to a tirade of abuse on the social networking site Twitter, including a number of death threats.
1st May 2013
South Korea: Court grants Ugandan lesbian refugee status after family killed due to her sexuality 7
8:51 AM — A 27-year-old Ugandan woman has become the first person to be granted refugee status in South Korea due to their sexuality.
30th April 2013
UKIP LGBT group: ‘We really need more candidates from the socially liberal side of society’ 94
5:11 PM — UKIP's affiliated LGBT group has once again criticised several members for making offensive remarks – and say they plan to contact UKIP leader Nigel Farage.
Comment: Remembering the Admiral Duncan nail bomb attack 16
11:50 AM — Tuesday 30 April is the fourteenth anniversary of the nail bomb attack on the Admiral Duncan pub in Soho, central London. In a PinkNews comment piece, first published last year, Mark Healey reminds us why its importance to remember the events of 1999.
29th April 2013
New Zealand: ‘Homophobic’ beer advert causes controversy 32
3:27 PM — A brewery in New Zealand has responded to controversy caused by a billboard containing an advert for one of its beer brands, which has been described by some as "homophobic".
UKIP LGBT group: ‘Extremely angry and disappointed’ by the ‘obnoxious beliefs’ of David Nixon and John Sullivan 86
11:57 AM — UKIP’s affiliated LGBT group has condemned two of the party’s local election candidates for their alleged public displays of homophobia and biphobia.
26th April 2013
Staffordshire: UKIP election leaflet mocks bisexuals and warns of explicit ‘Homosexual Sex Education’ 223
5:23 PM — The name of a UKIP candidate has appeared on an election leaflet that mocks bisexuals, blasts the government’s same-sex marriage bill, and warns that it will lead to explicit “Homosexual Sex Education”.
24th April 2013
Ireland: Hotel manager sacked for opening gay sauna awarded unfair dismissal compensation 3
4:09 PM — A former hotel leisure centre manager, who was sacked after he opened a gay sauna, has been awarded over 25,000€ (£21,000) in compensation.
23rd April 2013
Comment: The story of a gay man and his dad 7
3:28 PM — Paul Burgess shares the powerful story of the journey his late father Cyril went on when it came to accepting his son’s sexuality.
22nd April 2013
World’s only transgender MP to give Kaleidoscope Trust lecture 5
1:20 PM — Polish MP Anna Grodzka is to give the annual Kaleidoscope Trust lecture to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
19th April 2013
T-Pain slams ‘homophobic idiots’ on Twitter 8
1:31 PM — Rapper and music producer T-Pain slammed "homophobic idiots" on his Twitter account earlier this week, condemning people for misjudging his gay assistant.
18th April 2013
US: Senator claims the media has ‘bamboozled’ the public into thinking gay relationships can be happy 30
1:53 PM — A Republican Senator in Iowa surprised colleagues by using time set aside for free discussion to declare that society, and in particular children, were "bamboozled" by portrayals of fulfilling gay relationships in the media.
French President Francois Hollande condemns anti-gay attacks 17
12:56 PM — President Francois Hollande has condemned displays of homophobic violence in France.
France: 4 people detained over gay bar attack 8
12:00 PM — France’s Interior Ministry says four people have been detained on suspicion of carrying out an attack at a gay bar in Lille.