20th September 2013
Grindr to fight against Turkish court ban 1
6:57 PM — Popular gay dating app Grindr, which was banned by a Turkish court last week, is set to fight against the ban and get back online. The company has announced that it is working with Kaos GL, a Turkish gay-rights organisation, and campaigning group All Out to launch a petition to force the Turkish government to rescind the ban.
18th September 2013
Amnesty report shows Germany, Czech Republic and Italy poor against hate crime 5
10:43 AM — Amnesty International has launched a new report in Brussels on the state of homophobia and transphobia across the European Union.
30th August 2013
Comment: Canada is embracing gay Muslims 33
5:50 PM — Journalist Barry Dennison explores how a group of gay Muslims practice their faith during Ramadan in Canada.
29th August 2013
In Photos: Remembering Jamaican transgender teenager Dwayne Jones
4:28 PM — A collection of images from Wednesday's vigil held outside the Jamaican Embassy in London in memory of murdered Jamaican transgender teenager Dwayne Jones.
28th August 2013
Comment: Will LGBT people fall into matrimony with the arrival of equal marriage? 33
6:13 PM — Gary Powell writes on whether the signing into law of equal marriage for England and Wales will also herald in a new era of social conservatism for the LGBT community.
27th August 2013
Kaleidoscope Trust welcomes Australian Foreign Minister’s LGBT rights pledge 3
6:03 PM — The Kaleidoscope Trust has welcomed the signing of a pledge by Australian Foreign Affairs Minister Bob Carr to uphold LGBT rights on behalf of Australia’s governing Labor Party.
22nd August 2013
Amnesty documents widespread harassment of Armenia’s LGBT community 9
12:41 PM — A new report by Amnesty International has revealed an alarming culture of persecution in Armenia against the country’s LGBT community.
21st August 2013
Alice Arnold: ‘Britain’s homophobia needs to be tackled before Russia’s’ 47
12:03 PM — Former BBC Radio 4 newsreader Alice Arnold says “Britain's homophobia needs to be tackled before we turn to Russia's.”
20th August 2013
London to stage September protest against homophobia in Russia 6
2:09 PM — Another demonstration against Russia’s anti-gay laws is due to take place in central London next month two days before the G20 summit opens in the Russian city of St Petersburg.
16th August 2013
Comment: Boycotting the Winter Olympics risks allowing critics to say there’s a ‘homosexual agenda’ 85
4:41 PM — PinkNews reader Aaron Ruddock, who was a Games Maker at the London 2012 Olympics, fears boycotting the 2014 Sochi Winter Games would play into the hands of homophobes who argue their is a "homosexual agenda".
15th August 2013
Former NBA player John Amaechi: ‘The Winter Olympics shouldn’t even be in Russia’ 21
2:28 PM — Retired basketball star John Amaechi has told Gaydio the 2014 Winter Olympics “shouldn't even be in Russia” – but that a boycott of the Games isn’t practical as it would hurt the athletes.
14th August 2013
Activist: Most Ugandans support anti-gay bill but the government is worried about losing aid 22
6:44 PM — A Ugandan gay rights campaigner has told PinkNews that the Speaker of Uganda's Parliament has faced criticism from elements of the country's government who fear the Anti-Homosexuality Bill threatens aid revenue.
13th August 2013
Comment: Will Sochi haunt the Olympic movement? 17
7:09 PM — Former Spanish Junior Swimming Champion Emmanuelle Schick fears the lessons of the 1933 Berlin Olympics have not been learnt when it comes to the IOC's handling of the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics.
12th August 2013
Analysis: Why life is getting harder for LGBT Russians 6
2:22 PM — At the weekend's central London demonstration against Russia's anti-gay laws, PinkNews.co.uk spoke to PhD student Anna Grigoryeva on what life is like for her LGBT friends in Moscow.
8th August 2013
MSP James Dornan: Glasgow Pride is an opportunity to show solidarity with Russia’s LGBT community 1
2:24 PM — Scottish National Party MSP James Dornan says this weekend's Glasgow Pride is an opportunity to show solidarity with Russia's LGBT community amid widespread oppression.
7th August 2013
UK: Charity raises awareness of same-sex domestic violence following murder case 3
5:40 PM — Broken Rainbow UK has teamed up with Scotland’s police service to raise awareness of same-sex domestic violence following a high-profile murder case.
6th August 2013
Australian activists criticise draft sex education curriculum for failing to mention anti-gay bullying and HIV 5
4:01 PM — A draft national curriculum which fails to include information on challenging homophobic bullying and sexually transmitted infections has been criticised by campaigners in Australia.
Scarborough: ‘Fixers’ campaign to stop homophobic bullying in schools 6
2:56 PM — Two gay youngsters from Scarborough are leading a new campaign to tackle homophobic bullying in the town’s schools.
2nd August 2013
Ed Miliband: ‘Brighton Pride is our opportunity to speak with one voice against homophobia’ 16
6:11 PM — Labour leader Ed Miliband says "Pride is our opportunity to speak with one voice against homophobia, hate crimes and discrimination" - in a message of support for Brighton Pride.
UK: Around 100 LGBT hate crimes are recorded each week by police 21
2:00 PM — A new report by hate crime charity Galop shows that although crime rates may be dropping, LGBT people are still experiencing high levels of abuse in the UK.