16th May 2012
Video: Short film ‘Homophobia’ made available free online ahead of IDAHO 16
12:59 PM — A short film set in the Austrian army has been released free online ahead of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia tomorrow.
11th May 2012
Video: ‘Insanely homophobic’ public hearing on anti-discrimination in Lincoln, Nebraska 143
8:34 PM — A startlingly homophobic and inaccurately graphic video of a woman testifying at non-discrimination ordinance hearings in Lincoln, Nebraska, has gone viral in the LGBT blogosphere, within a day of its being put online.
3rd May 2012
Tennis stars Elena Baltacha and Anne Keothavong sign anti-homophobia Sports Charter 3
5:42 PM — British tennis champions have signed up to the government's Sports Charter on tackling homophobia and transphobia in sport.
2nd May 2012
Anti-bullying charity reports 95 percent success in improving pupils’ LGBT views 10
1:44 PM — Diversity Role Models, a charity launched last year to tackle homophobic bullying in schools, announced today 94.5 percent of students who took part in a workshop with a positive role model said they would treat LGBT people better as a result.
25th April 2012
Joe McElderry victim of ‘Twitter homophobia’, again 26
5:18 PM — X Factor star Joe McElderry, who came out as gay following his Twitter account being hacked, has become a victim of homophia on the social network once again.
24th April 2012
Comment: Acting on homophobia with Pink Triangle Theatre 2
2:43 PM — Paul Burgess, founder of Pink Triangle Theatre, writes about the group's work tackling homophobia in schools, colleges, universities, libraries, theatres and prisons.
23rd April 2012
Cutting Edge Consortium: Faithful, secularists and humanists resolve to confront religious right 22
12:36 PM — Adrian Tippetts reports from the Cutting Edge Consortium's meeting in London this weekend, where the Bishop of Salisbury and Angela Eagle MP were among those discussing religion and homophobia.
12th April 2012
Comment: The ex-gay ads prove public homophobia still remains acceptable 97
9:56 PM — The commercial agency responsible for selling advertising on London's transport system thought it fit to run a deeply offensive and homophobic ad on London buses. Does this prove again, Balaji Ravichandran asks, that homophobia remains the most accepted and acceptable form of public prejudice?
Video: Vote to decide new anti-homophobia campaign ad 17
5:07 PM — The Lesbian & Gay Foundation is appealing for votes to decide which of these eight videos it will use to promote its Enough is Enough campaign against homophobia this year.
10th April 2012
Devon police appeal for witnesses to driver’s homophobic comments 7
12:42 PM — Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an incident in Gold Street in the Devon town of Tiverton.
Three admit drunken assault after anti-gay taunts 29
9:58 AM — Two women and a man have admitted drunkenly assaulting a man outside a gay pub saying they were provoked by his gestures through the window and homophobic taunts.
9th April 2012
Capriles recovers from homophobic smear campaign in Venezuelan elections 9
5:26 PM — Henrique Capriles, the 39-year-old Venezuelan opposition candidate who was the recent victim of a homophobic smear campaign, has risen in the polls, and is now one per cent below President Hugo Chavez, whose campaign has been affected by his cancer treatment.
Study: Homophobes probably harbour same-sex attraction 187
12:02 AM — The claim that homophobic people are in secret attracted to members of their own sex, though they refuse to admit as much, will receive support from a series of psychological studies to be published later this month.
8th April 2012
Anti-gay MSP Bill Walker expelled from SNP over abuse claims 31
6:18 PM — Bill Walker, the member of the Scottish Parliament who once compared gay rights campaigners to Nazis, and has been an outspoken opponent of government proposals for marriage equality, has been expelled from Scottish National Party (SNP) over allegations of domestic abuse.
5th April 2012
School district will let student wear anti-homophobia t-shirt on Day of Silence 15
3:19 PM — A high school student in Cincinnati, Ohio will not be barred from wearing an anti-homophobia t-shirt on the National Day of Silence this year while a law suit proceeds.
Victim denies homophobia prompted pizza restaurant attack 8
11:18 AM — The victim of an assault denied a lawyer's suggestion she inflamed the incident by making homophobic comments to her attacker, as her assailant was jailed yesterday.
3rd April 2012
German football club bans fans for anti-gay sign 7
10:19 AM — A German football club has banned fans who displayed a homophobic banner from the stands during a league match.
1st April 2012
Comment: Why can’t gay couples feel safe enough to hold hands everywhere in the UK? 110
5:39 PM — Ethan Bourne asks why in a supposedly tolerant country like the UK, being visibly gay seems only to be acceptable in certain areas.
Gay people in South West of England ‘living in daily fear’ 23
5:00 PM — Many gay and lesbian people in South West England are living in constant fear of discrimination and abuse, according to a regional survey by a local LGBT charity.
29th March 2012
Welsh vicar resigns over Church’s homophobic attitudes to gay couples marrying 32
9:47 AM — A vicar in Monmouthshire, Wales, has stepped down from his position over what he says is the Church's homophobia surrounding gay couples marrying.