30th May 2013
Clare Balding takes aim at ‘uncool’ Lord Tebbit over his ‘lesbian queen’ remarks 43
1:28 PM — Clare Balding has criticised Lord Tebbit after he warned Britain could be ruled by a lesbian queen if equal marriage is legalised, she says the remarks are "insulting to every surrogate parent".
28th May 2013
Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska to star in adaptation of groundbreaking lesbian love story
4:42 PM — Film producers the Weinstein Company have acquired the rights to 'Carol', an adaptation of the novel by Patricia Highsmith, which will star Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska.
27th May 2013
Steven Spielberg: I was ‘privileged’ to see lesbian drama win at Cannes 10
3:27 PM — Famed director Steven Spielberg, has commented on the winner of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, a lesbian drama, which raised eyebrows for its graphic sex scenes, saying they were not an issue, and that it was a "great love story" he felt "privileged" to have seen.
24th May 2013
US: Lesbian teenager charged for relationship with younger girl, rejects plea deal 10
5:04 PM — A florida lesbian 18-year-old, has rejected the plea deal she was offered, after being charged with felony offences for having a relationship with a girl four years younger than her.
23rd May 2013
Florida: Lesbian teen expelled from school and charged over same-sex relationship 25
6:52 PM — Campaigners have condemned the arrest and expulsion of a lesbian high school pupil for having a same-sex relationship with a younger student.
20th May 2013
Brittney Griner: University basketball coach told me not to come out 1
5:42 PM — Recently out, openly lesbian US basketball star Brittney Griner, has spoken out to say that her college basketball coaches asked her not to come out, in case it damaged the reputation of the team for prospective recruits.
16th May 2013
Stonewall Housing marks 30 years of supporting LGBT people at risk of homelessness 6
2:53 PM — UK organisation Stonewall Housing mark their 30th year of operation from this month, but their leaders say there is too much work still to do to celebrate.
15th May 2013
Star Trek actor Zoe Saldana: ‘I might end up with a woman raising my children’ 3
2:30 PM — Actor Zoe Saldana has spoken out about her liberal upbringing, and alluded to the fact that she might be bisexual, as she said she accepts the possibility that she could "end up with a woman raising [her] children".
13th May 2013
Isle of Man Chief Minister: Homophobic landlord who banned lesbian couple shows the law needs to change 15
7:21 PM — The Chief Minister of the Isle of Man has criticised a landlord for preventing a lesbian couple from renting a flat due to their sexuality.
Northern Ireland: 80% of homophobic crime is not reported 4
12:15 PM — Eight out of 10 people who experienced homophobic discrimination in Northern Ireland do not report the crime, a report by the Northern Ireland Equality Commision revealed.
11th May 2013
New Zealand: B&B owner says ‘not in my home’ to lesbian couple 56
10:47 PM — A lesbian couple were told to sleep in separate beds or move on to other accommodation by a bed and breakfast in New Zealand.
8th May 2013
The New Yorker unveils Mothers’ Day cover art featuring lesbian parents 3
2:08 PM — The New Yorker magazine in the US has unveiled its latest cover, which features an image by a graphic artist, of a lesbian couple waking up on Mothers' Day to gifts from their children.
3rd May 2013
US radio host: Ohio school had “no option but to fire” teacher for being gay 17
2:53 PM — A US radio host has spoken out about the recent sacking of a lesbian teacher in the US state of Ohio, because she named her partner in her mother's obituary, to say the school had "no option but to fire her".
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.
New Jersey: Lesbian detective seeks $2.5 million in damages in homophobic discrimination claim 4
2:05 PM — A New Jersey lesbian detective claims a supervisor sexually harassed her by making homophobic comments and is seeking $2.5 million in damages.
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.
29th April 2013
Daughter of anti-gay marriage Tory MP makes ‘Misérable Lesbians’ equal rights movie 9
2:04 PM — The daughter of an anti-equal marriage Conservative MP has produced a film in support of gay rights called Misérable Lesbians.
27th April 2013
Iceland: World’s first openly gay prime minister quits politics 38
3:16 PM — General elections will be held in Iceland today as the country's prime minister, Johanna Sigurdardottir, stepped down from politics yesterday.
26th April 2013
London: Exhibition of LGBT stories told through the barber’s chair 7
6:19 PM — A Camden-based hairdresser is running an exhibition to tell the stories of LGBT clients who open up to her while sitting in the barber's chair.
Yvette Cooper: ‘Parliament does not have enough openly gay and lesbian MPs’ 9
6:06 PM — Labour's Yvette Cooper has called on British businesses and the world of politics to do more to celebrate diversity and not merely to “tolerate” LGBT staff.