25th March 2014
Ethiopia to make homosexuality a non-pardonable offence 81
10:54 AM — Politicians in Ethiopia are set to pass a bill that puts homosexuality on a list of offences considered non-pardonable under the country's amnesty law.
19th March 2014
President of Uganda: Polygamy is part of African life – homosexuality is not 21
12:18 PM — Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni has accused the West of double standards for criminalising polygamy whilst approving of homosexuality.
17th March 2014
Malaysian Ex-Deputy Prime Minister convicted on sodomy charges denies links to captain of flight MH370 1
6:17 PM — Malaysia’s former Deputy Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim – who earlier this month was sentenced to five years in jail on sodomy charges – has criticised attempts to link him to Malaysia Airlines pilot Zaharie Ahmad Shah.
14th March 2014
BBC panel show denies censoring debate about Islam and homosexuality 9
11:34 AM — The BBC has denied accusations of censorship after it dropped a planned debate about homesexuality in Islam from a BBC3 politics show.
13th March 2014
BBC sparks anger by dropping homosexuality in Islam debate from panel show 73
8:50 PM — The BBC has come under fire for dropping a planned debate about homosexuality in Islam from a BBC3 politics show.
Biography claims Roy Jenkins was seduced by Tony Crosland 5
7:32 PM — Former Labour home secretary Roy Jenkins was seduced by a gay university friend who later became a Cabinet colleague, a new biography claims.
10th March 2014
Watch: This Utah man’s heartfelt plea for gay equality has to be seen 9
8:51 PM — Gay Utahn Justin Utley has delivered a moving plea for gay rights laws in the state, recounting how his life has been changed because of his sexuality.
29th January 2014
UKIP Weather: G-A-Y pledges £1,000 to HIV charity if ‘It’s Raining Men’ reaches top 20
4:28 PM — Owner of G-A-Y Jeremy Joseph has pledged to donate £1,000 to the Elton John AIDS foundation if 'It's Raining Men' reaches the top 20 of the singles chart this week.
Nigeria: Trial of men accused of being gay suspended due to ‘mob justice’ fears 12
12:06 PM — Two Islamic courts in Nigeria have suspended the trials of 10 men accused of breaking laws against homosexuality over fears stones will once again be thrown at the defendants.
28th January 2014
Indian Supreme Court refuses to review decision to ban gay sex 15
11:34 AM — India's Supreme Court has refused to review its decision to reinstate a 153-year-old law that criminalises homosexuality.
27th January 2014
Indian Supreme Court to consider review of gay sex ban 1
4:34 PM — India's Supreme Court has announced it will take up a petition filed against a law banning homosexuality.
Northern Cyprus votes to repeal gay sex ban 7
12:08 PM — Politicians in Northern Cyprus have voted to repeal a ban against homosexuality.
17th January 2014
Gay Ugandans cautiously welcome President Museveni’s decision to veto anti-gay law 2
11:04 AM — Campaigners have welcomed the decision of Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni not to sign the country’s Anti-Homosexuality Bill into law.
7th January 2014
Former Irish president urges Cardinal Keith O’Brien to tell life story in order to help gay people 27
12:03 PM — Ireland’s former president has strongly criticised the Catholic Church for its views on homosexuality and suggests Cardinal Keith O’Brien should share his life story in order to help gay people who have felt the need “to pretend to be heterosexual”.
6th January 2014
Scotland: School chaplain sacked for describing homosexuality as a ‘perversion’ and ‘disorder’ 14
1:24 PM — A Church of Scotland minister has been removed from his role as the chaplain of a school in Glasgow after he described homosexuality as a "disorder".
UKIP Councillor who was ‘baffled’ by lesbians and ‘queers’ says he respects ‘lifestyle choice’ 50
11:23 AM — A UK Independence Party councillor in West Yorkshire who was “baffled” by Britain’s social acceptance of homosexuality and said that he found “female homosexuality” even stranger – denies accusations of homophobia.
3rd January 2014
Indian Supreme Court defends anti-gay ruling after government criticism 12
12:27 PM — The Supreme Court of India has criticised government ministers for speaking out against last month’s decision of the court to re-criminalise homosexuality.
UKIP Councillor admits to using wrong sized condoms and being ‘baffled’ by lesbians 103
12:08 PM — A UK Independence Party councillor in West Yorkshire is “baffled” by Britain’s social acceptance of homosexuality and says that he finds “female homosexuality” even stranger, whilst also going into great detail about his sex life.
27th December 2013
Peter Tatchell urges Prime Minister to launch new probe into Alan Turing’s death and to extend pardon 18
12:47 PM — Peter Tatchell has written to David Cameron calling for a new inquiry into the death of Alan Turing, the human rights campaigner also believes the recent royal pardon granted to Turing should be extended to all men convicted under the same gross indecency law.
25th December 2013
China: Two-thirds find homosexuality ‘unacceptable’ 10
7:54 PM — Two out of three adults in China find homosexuality unacceptable, according to a survey by Shanghai Jiao Tong University released today.