13th July 2012
New Pride House launched for London Olympics 55
12:43 PM — A new Pride House festival has been launched for the London Olympics at the last minute after a lack of sponsorship meant the original event was cancelled.
12th July 2012
Call to ban anti-gay countries from London Olympics 134
3:03 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell is calling on the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games to ban anti-gay countries from the events this summer.
30th May 2012
Gay Sports Day to return this year following London Olympics 6
3:39 PM — The Gay Sports Day will return for 2012, slipping in to the capital's summer's calendar between the London Olympic and Paralympic games on the August Bank Holiday.
8th May 2012
US gymnastics hopeful comes out as gay ahead of Olympics 23
11:07 AM — US gymnast Josh Dixon has come out during his bid to represent the US at the London Olympics this year in a move which would make him the country's first openly gay gymnast at the competition.
18th April 2012
Matthew Mitcham happy to be seen as an LGBT icon 12
11:30 PM — The Australian Olympic champion, Matthew Mitcham, has said that he's happy to be seen as an icon for the LGBT community, and did not mind the attention that would be drawn to his personal life as a result.
19th March 2012
Gay sport figures among Olympics torch-bearers 14
3:26 PM — 7,300 torch-bearers were named this morning and will carry the flame for 70 days and 8,000 through the UK in July ahead of the opening of the Olympics on 27 July.
6th March 2012
Olympics volunteers ‘quizzed on how to treat gays holding hands’ 58
5:40 PM — A quiz for Olympics volunteers which included advice on dealing with complaints about gays holding hands has been dubbed 'a bit patronising'.
21st February 2012
FA launches new anti-homophobia initiative 6
2:51 PM — The Football Association launched a new initiative yesterday to promote inclusiveness for gay, bi and trans people in football. Opening Doors and Joining In includes a six-point action plan on education, visibility, partnership, recognition, reporting and monitoring. Opening Doors and Joining In includes a six-point action plan on education, visibility, partnership, recognition, reporting and monitoring.
10th February 2012
Group apologises for ‘undesirable gays’ at Olympics comment 9
1:03 PM — The Friends of Clapham Common have apologised for saying the gay Olympics events at Pride House would draw "undesirable elements" of the community.
30th January 2012
Interview: Greg Louganis on gold medals, HIV and Matthew Mitcham 6
10:37 AM — He won his first Olympic medal at the age of 16. Four gold medals later, he came out at the 1994 Gay Games. Laurence Watts meets Greg Louganis.
24th January 2012
Group fears ‘undesirable gays’ at Olympics event 33
2:03 PM — A Clapham residents' group lodged an objection to the gay Pride House event at this year's Olympics saying it is "highly likely" to become a "magnet for undesirable elements of the gay community".
9th May 2011
US Olympic official quits over gay marriage comments 17
5:52 PM — Former Olympic gymnast Peter Vidmar has resigned as the chef du mission of the US 2012 team after anger over comments he made about gay marriage. In 2008, Mr Vidmar, a Mormon, joined the fight against California's gay marriage law.