27th June 2013
Sunderland: Homophobic attack report may have been false, say police
1:07 PM — Police investigating last week's reported homophobic crime attack on two women in Sunderland say the incident may have been falsely reported.
25th June 2013
Sunderland: Teen arrested following homophobic attack in chip shop
4:52 PM — Northumbria Police say a 15-year-old boy has been arrested in connection with a homophobic attack in Sunderland.
Sunderland: Two women suffer homophobic attack by gang of youths 3
12:19 PM — Police are appealing for information after a homophobic attack in Sunderland.
24th June 2013
Ghana: Church minister suspended over gay sex claims 4
6:02 PM — A church minister in Ghana has reportedly been suspended over claims of engaging in “homosexual acts” with seven young men aged between 20 and 28.
19th June 2013
First LGBT centre set to open this weekend in Carlisle 2
2:15 PM — Carlisle's first LGBT centre is set to open its doors this weekend.
Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans re-arrested on new indecent assault allegations
12:10 PM — The Deputy Speaker of the House of Commons, the openly gay Conservative MP Nigel Evans, has been arrested on suspicion of three more counts of indecent assault.
18th June 2013
Gay former police officer accuses the Met of ‘institutional racism and homophobia’ 9
4:18 PM — The Metropolitan Police has a policy of “cover-up and containment” that punishes officers who complain of racism and homophobia within its ranks, a gay mixed race ex-police officer has said.
13th June 2013
UK: Jailed women in sexual ‘fraud’ case freed by Court of Appeal 22
1:05 PM — An 18-year-old woman jailed for three years on the grounds of obtaining the sexual consent of another woman “by fraud” has been freed by the Court of Appeal after serving 82 days in prison.
11th June 2013
Russia: Protesters detained as lawmakers look set to pass law banning ‘gay propaganda’ 2
2:24 PM — The State Duma in Russia looks set to give final approval to a law which would ban "homosexual propaganda" to minors, and includes harsh punishments including jail time and fines.
10th June 2013
Police investigate explosion at gay MP’s constituency office 3
11:57 AM — Lincolnshire Police has launched an investigation following a minor explosion at the constituency office of gay Conservative MP Nick Boles.
5th June 2013
Israel: Police make arrests in connection with 2009 LGBT teen centre shooting 9
9:31 PM — Israeli media are reporting that police have arrested three suspects in connection with a shooting at a gay community centre in 2009.
Ex-Coronation Street actor says he ‘dabbled with homosexuality’ but denies abuse allegations
4:45 PM — Former Coronation Street actor Andrew Lancel told police he had "dabbled" with homosexuality when he was younger but categorically denied having any sexual relations with "minors or children", a court has heard.
31st May 2013
US: Teen charged for hate crime shooting of trans woman 1
5:44 PM — A 16-year-old has been arrested for robbing and shooting a 22-year-old transgender woman in an attack she says was motivated by him finding out about her gender identity.
26th May 2013
France: 200,000 expected for anti-equal marriage rally 29
1:21 PM — Hundreds of thousands are expected to turn out today in Paris to protest against the recently signed law, which allows equal marriage and adoption for same-sex couples.
23rd May 2013
US church blames Woolwich suspected terror killing on UK acceptance of gay people 66
1:41 AM — The adamantly homophobic US Westboro Baptist Church (WBC), also known as the God Hates Fags church, has posted an image online, suggesting that the murder in Woolwich today, was God's judgement for the UK's acceptance of gay people.
20th May 2013
China: 18-year-old IDAHOT activist detained for 12 days
2:32 PM — It has emerged that one of four LGBT marchers detained in the Chinese city of Changsha following Friday's IDAHOT events remains in prison, and has been sentenced to 12 days in jail.
18th May 2013
Georgia: Prime Minister denounces violence against IDAHOT rally 5
2:23 PM — Georgia's Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishili has condemned violence against a peaceful LGBT rally yesterday in Tbilisi, and called for tolerance, respect, and the right to freedom of expression for all.
14th May 2013
Russia: Family and friends of male rape beer bottle murder victim say he wasn’t gay 23
12:47 PM — The parents of a man who was killed and raped with beer bottles in Russia say the victim was not gay.
11th May 2013
New York: Two arrests follow homophobic attack
8:39 PM — A brutal attack on two gay men in New York City has led to two arrests, but police say they are still searching for three more suspects.
9th May 2013
Former police chief Lord Dear: Same-sex marriage will provoke backlash against gays 91
10:28 PM — The former Chief Constable of West Midlands Police, Lord (Geoffrey) Dear, Baron of Willersey in the County of Gloucestershire, has told the House of Lords that introducing same-sex marriage could "create such opposition to homosexuals in general that the climate of tolerance and acceptance in this country that we have all championed and supported and seen flourish over recent years could well be set back by decades."