23rd June 2013
Bulgaria: Homophobia blights planned date of Sofia Pride, now postponed 18
1:18 PM — The sixth LGBT Pride march due to take place in Bulgaria's capital yesterday was cancelled as anti-corruption protests swept the city.
21st June 2013
New York mayoral hopeful apologises for approach to voter who called his rival a ‘dyke’ 7
3:40 PM — Anthony Weiner, who is a hopeful in the New York City mayoral race, issued an apology on Thursday after a reporter published a conversation he had with a voter during which she called his rival Christine Quinn, a "dyke".
20th June 2013
Russia: MP calls for law allowing gays to be whipped in public squares 111
3:22 PM — Russian MP Alexander Mikhailov has reportedly called for the right of marines to whip gay people in public.
18th June 2013
Gay former police officer accuses the Met of ‘institutional racism and homophobia’ 9
4:18 PM — The Metropolitan Police has a policy of “cover-up and containment” that punishes officers who complain of racism and homophobia within its ranks, a gay mixed race ex-police officer has said.
17th June 2013
Poland’s only gay MP attacked after Equality Parade 3
12:07 PM — Poland's first gay MP has revealed that a man attacked the group he was socialising with after Warsaw's Equality parade, before turning on the MP himself.
14th June 2013
Milton Keynes: Woman victim of homophobic assault has her face dragged against a wall 3
4:04 PM — A woman in Bletchley was subjected to homophobic abuse by a man on a bike, who proceeded to push and drag her face against a wall.
13th June 2013
Former BP CEO Lord Browne to write new book on homophobia in business 4
7:01 PM — Drawing on his own experiences, Lord Browne, the former chief executive of BP, is writing a new book entitled ‘The Glass Closet’ on the need to end homophobic discrimination in the work place and in corporate life.
12th June 2013
Isle of Man Chief Minister: Discrimination case against lesbian couple makes Equality Bill ‘high priority’ 7
3:45 PM — Following the refused tenancy of a lesbian couple in May, Isle of Man Chief Minister Allan Bell weighs in on the "distressing" lack of legislation protecting the rights of same-sex couples.
11th June 2013
Mother of murdered gay teen Michael Causer hopes to raise £1 million in order to open LGBT hostel 10
1:24 PM — The mother of gay teenager Michael Causer who was killed in 2008 says she hopes to raise £1 million in order to open a hostel for vulnerable LGBT young people aged between 16-25.
9th June 2013
Prince Harry praised for saving soldier from homophobic attack 42
11:25 AM — Prince Harry has been praised as an account of him intervening in a homophobic attack on a gay solider has come to light.
27th May 2013
Comment: Homophobia in the Democratic Unionist Party 22
2:48 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Gary Spedding reflects on homophobia in Northern Ireland, and the attitude of the Democratic Unionist Party towards gay rights.
Italy: Deputy responds to letter of suicidal gay teen 17
1:07 PM — A gay teenager in Italy who wrote an impassioned letter published in a newspaper has been invited to Parliament by the President of the Chamber of Deputies.
24th May 2013
UK: Card Factory accused of homophobia for selling offensive ‘fag’ birthday card 162
1:54 PM — The mother of a PinkNews.co.uk reader has spoken of her disgust after coming across an allegedly homophobic greeting card sold in a branch of Card Factory in Essex.
22nd May 2013
Czech president makes U-turn and grudgingly honours gay academic with title 11
5:32 PM — Czech President Milos Zeman has now agreed to honour a gay academic with a title after facing claims he snubbed the candidate because of his sexuality.
21st May 2013
UKIP Councillor: ‘Most gays are heterophobic’, and ‘have no rights to marry in church’ 37
5:08 PM — A newly elected UK Independence Party Councillor has been discovered to have posted homophobic and xenophobic comments on Facebook prior to being elected, including claims that "most gays are heterophobic", and that gay people have "no rights to marry in church".
19th May 2013
New York: Police say man shot in Greenwich Village was victim of homophobic hate crime 1
12:01 AM — The shooting of a man in New York City's Greenwich Village early on Saturday has been called an anti-gay hate crime by the police commissioner.
17th May 2013
Sunderland Football Club flies rainbow flag in support of IDAHOT 4
5:50 PM — Sunderland Association Football Club has flown a rainbow flag in favour of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia (IDAHOT), and the city's mayor has celebrated the decision.
Interview: Anna Grodzka on life as Poland’s only openly trans MP 11
12:49 PM — In an exclusive interview with PinkNews.co.uk, Anna Grodzka, currently the only serving openly transgender MP in Poland, and the world, talks of the struggles that the trans community face in her native country.
William Hague marks International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia 9
11:22 AM — Foreign Secretary William Hague has released a statement of support to mark International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia.
Comment: The legacy of Lord Wolfenden who helped decriminalise homosexuality 10
10:30 AM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk on International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia, Sir David Bell reminds us about the legacy of Lord Wolfenden who helped decriminalise homosexuality in Britain.