7th July 2014
Wikipedia holds Pride ‘edit-a-thons’ to improve LGBT-related content 3
1:01 PM — Wikipedia launched a campaign this year to encourage the further development of LGBT information across their website.
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.
12th January 2012
Potential parents invited to UK’s first gay adoption week 6
9:38 AM — Gay men and women across the UK are being invited to attend an event in the country’s first-ever LGBT Adoption and Fostering Week, from 20 to 26 February.
30th December 2011
Amazon continues to sell “homophobic” calendar in the UK 151
12:58 PM — An American calendar by a Christian cartoonist which employs images of stereotyped gay men is still on sale today through Amazon in the US and the UK, after it was pulled by Barnes and Noble in the US.
20th December 2011
Prison staff “refused to display” Stonewall posters for young offenders 93
10:37 AM — Prison staff at the Feltham Young Offenders Institute in London refused official recommendations to display positive images of gay and bisexual relationships to inmates, according to a report released today.
12th December 2011
Anti-gay US politician’s ‘secret life’ as sperm donor to lesbian couples 26
4:44 PM — An American politician who has campaigned against gay marriage has been accused of having a "secret life" as a sperm donor to lesbian couples. Bill Johnson, a 2009 conservative Christian candidate for governor of Alabama, has spent the last year in Christchurch, New Zealand, helping relief efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake.
1st December 2011
Study finds 30% of UK adults “need more information about HIV” 19
2:25 PM — Almost a third of UK adults have said they need more information about HIV, according to a new survey. 34% of men and 26% of women believe they do not know enough about the virus in answers to questions posed online by Durex.
2nd November 2011
Sacked London mayoral aide insists his innocence on indecent image charges
5:04 PM — Simon Walsh, a senior aide to the Mayor of London sacked as a result of allegations that he viewed an indecent photograph of an underage male insists he is innocent.
1st November 2011
Essex students claim teacher advised “act less gay” to avoid bullying 54
3:47 PM — The teacher's comments, which were reported after a student conference, will be among the outcomes used to form new anti-bullying guidelines for Essex schools.
25th October 2011
Murdered gay barman ‘may have been sexually assaulted’ 89
10:23 AM — Police have said that a gay barman may have been sexually assaulted before he was murdered. Stuart Walker's body was found at 5am on Saturday near an industrial estate in Cunnock, Ayrshire.
24th October 2011
Police investigate ‘horrific’ death of gay man 128
10:31 AM — Police are investigating the brutal killing of a gay man in Ayshire, Scotland. Stuart Walker, 28, from Cumnock, was found dead with "horrific injuries" close to Caponacre Industrial Estate, Cumnock, just before 5am on Saturday.
20th October 2011
Gay couple subjected to anti-gay abuse on London train 136
10:36 AM — A gay couple were subjected to a torrent of offensive anti-gay abuse on a London Overground train earlier this month. The incident happened just before 6pm on the 17:38 Hampstead Heath to Stratford service on Saturday October 1st.
21st September 2011
CCTV shows vicious anti-gay attack in central London 109
4:48 PM — Police have released CCTV footage of a vicious homophobic attack on two men in Charing Cross, London. The film shows the victims, aged 22 and 25, walking in the direction of Tottenham Court Road at around 1.30am on August 9th.
15th September 2011
Advertiser promotion: Want to be called mum or dad? 2
1:45 PM — Advertisement: Same-sex broody couples, single gay men and lesbians dreaming of starting a family, as well as those who already have kids, will be flocking down to the Alternative Families Show on Saturday September 17th in London.
9th September 2011
London charity for older LGBT people seeks volunteers 33
2:09 PM — Opening Doors London, the charity for older LGBT people, is seeking donations and volunteers. The service, run by Age UK, offers information, help, 'befrienders' and social activities for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people over the age of 50.
2nd February 2011
Police launch new hate crime website 8
11:40 AM — A new website to encourage people to report hate crime has been launched. True Vision gives information on what hate crime is and how to report it.
30th January 2011
Ugandan lesbian’s asylum appeal rejected because she didn’t read gay magazines 75
1:54 AM — A lesbian asylum seeker who was granted a last-minute reprieve from deportation to Uganda was denied the right to remain in the UK because she didn't own magazines or other literature relating to her sexuality, it has been revealed.
28th January 2011
London anti-hate crime charity opens drop-in service 2
4:10 PM — London charity Galop is offering a new drop-in service for LGBT people affected by hate crime, discrimination and domestic abuse. The service will also offer LGBT people the chance to talk to a sexual abuse caseworker in confidence about incidents, whether recent or from childhood.
26th January 2011
G-A-Y founder has HIV test to raise awareness 17
5:07 PM — G-A-Y founder Jeremy Joseph is shown having an HIV test and discovering the results in a photo diary for Boyz magazine. The promoter said he took the test publicly to raise awareness of safer sex information for gay men.
13th January 2011
Public bodies asked to find out about gay and trans staff 17
2:05 PM — Large public employers are being encouraged to find out how represented lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people are in their organisations. As part of the Equality Act, all public bodies will be required to publish information about the diversity of their staff from April but the government will not set diversity targets.