30th July 2013
Comment: What shall we say to the homophobic preacher? 93
1:52 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Adrian Tippetts says sceptical thinking is the only protection against theocracy, even if our religious allies may be offended by that discourse,
Owen Jones: Cameron was courageous on equal marriage but it could have happened under Labour 43
11:39 AM — In an exclusive PinkNews interview, gay columnist Owen Jones praises David Cameron’s “courage” on equal marriage, claims the reform would have happened under Labour, and delivers some tough words to Ed Miliband on Labour's communication strategy.
29th July 2013
Comment: The Russian vodka boycott is an example of passive gay activism 125
6:24 PM — Richard Smith believes we are living in an era of "passive gay activism" - and he points to the much-publicised boycott of Russian vodka by some in the LGBT community as proof.
Nigerian foreign minister denies saying that gay diplomats would be accepted 6
5:50 PM — Nigeria’s Foreign Affairs Minister, Olugbenga Ashiru, has rejected claims that he’d previously said gay diplomats and their same-sex spouses would be accepted in the country.
28th July 2013
Cameroon: Three held for questioning in connection with murder of LGBT rights activist 6
9:43 PM — Three people were held for questioning on Saturday in relation to the recent murder of a Cameroonian LGBT rights, and human rights activist.
26th July 2013
Archbishop Tutu: South Africa must reject homophobic discrimination 15
2:36 PM — Archbishop Desmond Tutu has called on South Africa to reject homophobic discrimination as part of a new LGBT United Nations campaign.
25th July 2013
Alice Arnold praises David Cameron for his ‘heartfelt and moving’ equal marriage speech 11
4:47 PM — Former Radio 4 newsreader Alice Arnold has described yesterday's equal marriage speech by David Cameron at the annual Downing Street LGBT reception as "heartfelt and moving".
Comment: When it comes to LGBT equality the next big battle is sport 25
2:46 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Chair of LGBT+ Liberal Democrats Adrian Trett says he is "bitterly ashamed" in the way that LGBT people are not treated as mainstream in the area of sport.
23rd July 2013
Cameroon: Lawyer criticises court after pair convicted of breaking anti-gay laws 1
6:18 PM — A court in Cameroon has been criticised by human rights lawyer Alice Nkom for convicting two men under the country's anti-gay laws.
Italy: Lower House of the Italian Parliament to debate anti-homophobia bill 15
11:29 AM — The Lower House of the Italian Parliament is set to begin debating a bill that would make homophobic discrimination a criminal offence.
22nd July 2013
Russia: 4 Dutch citizens quizzed by police over ‘gay propaganda’ 10
5:31 PM — Four Dutch nationals have been questioned by police in Russia over alleged "gay propaganda" offences.
Tributes to murdered HIV and LGBT campaigner ahead of London vigil 3
1:59 PM — Further tributes have been made to Eric Ohena Lembemb, ahead of tomorrow’s west London vigil for the murdered LGBT and HIV Cameroonian campaigner.
Street art showing Obama wearing pro-equal marriage T-shirt appears outside London restaurant 11
11:50 AM — An image showing President Obama wearing an iconic red equal marriage T-shirt has appeared on the wall of a north London restaurant.
18th July 2013
Comment: Here’s why equal marriage in Scotland is taking longer than in England and Wales 43
7:00 PM — With the passage of same-sex marriage legislation now complete in England and Wales, Tom French from the Equality Network explains what’s happening with Scotland’s equal marriage bill.
US: Fox Host who previously defended equal marriage now says it could legalise polygamy 32
6:15 PM — Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who previously said that there is no persuasive argument against equal marriage, on Wednesday said that if same-sex marriage were a constitutional right, then "pluralists" could also leagalise polygamy.
Ireland updates travel advice for LGBT citizens travelling to Russia due to passing of anti-gay laws 20
5:52 PM — The Irish Government has updated its advice for citizens travelling to Russia following the recent passing of several homophobic laws.
UN officials condemn killing of LGBT and HIV campaigner in Cameroon
4:42 PM — The killing of an LGBT rights campaigner in Cameroon has been condemned by the UN’s main HIV/AIDS agency.
Kaleidoscope Trust: Equal marriage could make ‘life worse’ for gay people in developing countries 29
2:52 PM — LGBT rights charity the Kaleidoscope Trust has warned that gay rights in the West, including the recent Same Sex Marriage Act, could lead to an erosion of LGBT freedoms in the developing world.
David Cameron explains what equal marriage means to him 10
12:16 PM — The passing of equal marriage for England and Wales cements the UK's position "as the best place in Europe for LGBT equality", Prime Minister David Cameron has said.
17th July 2013
Murdered Cameroonian gay rights activist mentioned during UK Parliament equal marriage debate 2
5:58 PM — The plight of a murdered gay rights activist in Cameroon was raised in the House of Commons during Tuesday’s same-sex marriage debate by Labour MP Diane Abbott.