29th August 2013
Russian artist who painted Putin in women’s underwear flees to France for political asylum 18
5:35 PM — The artist behind a painting of Russian President Vladimir Putin wearing women's clothes which was seized by police earlier this week, has fled Russia seeking political asylum.
22nd August 2013
Brighton: Suspect accused of male rape bailed by police
11:18 AM — A man arrested on suspicion of raping a 20-year-old man on Brighton beach has been bailed.
21st August 2013
Man arrested on suspicion of raping another man on Brighton beach
4:30 PM — A 32-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of raping another man on Brighton beach.
17th August 2013
US: New York Police releases sketch of suspects who violently attacked gay couple for holding hands 3
1:28 PM — New York Police Department has released two new sketches of the suspects involved in a homophobic attack in Chelsea on Tuesday night.
9th August 2013
Armenia: Authorities withdraw proposal to ban discussion of gay and lesbian relationships 4
12:42 PM — Armenian police proposed a ban on the discussion of gay and lesbian relationships last week, but just days after its submission, officials in the country have said they are withdrawing the bill due to "shortcomings".
8th August 2013
Armenia: Police seek to ban discussion of gay and lesbian relationships 9
1:55 PM — Armenia has become the latest former Soviet state to seek to ban discussion of "non traditional sexual relationships".
Russian Foreign Ministry: Anti-gay laws do not violate any ‘international obligations’ 24
12:11 PM — A senior Russian Foreign Ministry official has defended the recent controversial passing of anti-gay laws in Russia, saying they do not breach any "international obligations", and that any claims they violate human rights are "groundless".
6th August 2013
Brighton: Lesbian couple subjected to anti-gay abuse by boy dressed as a monkey 2
11:51 AM — A lesbian couple say they were subjected to homophobic abuse by a boy dressed as a monkey in Brighton.
5th August 2013
Police: 40 arrests at Brighton Pride 4
11:55 AM — Sussex Police say 40 arrests were made during Brighton Pride – the same figure as last year.
30th July 2013
Russian police in Sochi beat and rape man with a crowbar over Winter Olympic housing job pay dispute 24
3:41 PM — Police in the Russian city of Sochi, which is due in 2014 to host the Winter Olympics, allegedly beat and raped a construction worker over a pay dispute amounting to around £400.
29th July 2013
Police launch drugs crackdown ahead of Brighton Pride
3:07 PM — Three men were arrested last week in Brighton as part of a crack-down on drug dealers by Sussex Police in the run up to Saturday's Pride festival.
25th July 2013
Reading: Two men robbed in homophobic attack 4
5:33 PM — A gang attacked and robbed two gay men on Sunday evening in a suburb of Reading, as they walked home from a party.
23rd July 2013
New York: 4 charged over homophobic assault on Long Island 6
10:49 AM — Four young men have been charged in connection with a homophobic attack on Long Island, New York.
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.
5th July 2013
South African Human Rights Commission condemns murder and sexual mutilation of lesbian 3
6:19 PM — South Africa’s Human Rights Commission has condemned the recent murder and sexual mutilation of Duduzile Zozo.
4th July 2013
Video: Homophobic street preacher arrested in London 138
3:09 PM — A Christian street preacher has been arrested and questioned about his beliefs after saying that “fornication” and homosexuality are a sin.
3rd July 2013
MEPs condemn transphobic police crackdown in Greece 14
2:06 PM — MEPs are worried by reports Greek police have started to systematically harass transgender women.
2nd July 2013
Russia: Four gay rights activists detained for unsanctioned rally 7
4:49 PM — Moscow city police on Tuesday afternoon detained four gay rights activists for staging an unsanctioned rally in the downtown area of the city.
1st July 2013
Lesbian former army officer becomes president of Unison 6
3:13 PM — Unison, one of Britain's largest trade unions, has elected its first openly gay woman as its new president.
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.