17th August 2013
Swedish athlete at Moscow Athletics Championship advised to change her rainbow painted nails 35
4:36 PM — The Swedish high jumper who painted her fingernails in the colours of the rainbow to campaign against anti-gay laws in Russia has been told she could be in violation of the code of conduct at the world championships.
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.
The 20 most shocking anti-gay news stories from Russia so far 36
11:18 AM — In recent weeks, the situation of anti-gay violence and ‘gay propaganda’ laws in russia has drawn widespread public attention in the media. However these attacks and others like them have had a longstanding history.
7th August 2013
Ex-Chelsea footballer: ‘Homosexuality is a disease that should not be promoted’ 75
3:15 PM — Former Chelsea player Mateja Kežman has criticised Dutch football manager Louis van Gaal for taking part in last weekend's Amsterdam Pride.
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
In Photos: Uganda Beach Pride 2013 6
6:34 PM — Here is a collection of photos taken from the weekend's annual Uganda Beach Pride event.
Uganda: LGBT activists bravely stage pride parade in Kampala 20
10:57 AM — LGBT activists staged a Pride parade in Uganda at the weekend - despite the country being known for its widespread and violent homophobic and transphobic persecution
4th August 2013
US: Gay couple told to sit at the back of a bus for holding hands in public 37
5:27 PM — A gay couple have said that a bus driver in the US state of New Mexico told them to sit at the back of the bus because they were holding hands.
3rd August 2013
Amsterdam Pride marchers: ‘Gay Pride for Russia’ 37
6:59 PM — Professional footballers and ministers were among the tens of thousands to take to the streets and canals of Amsterdam to celebrate Pride today.
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.
Tel Aviv: Gay orthodox Jewish man is one of Israel’s few religious drag queens 4
2:46 PM — An Orthodox Jewish man reveals how he has come to accept himself as a gay person living in Israel, starting living life closeted in his early adulthood married to a woman, to becoming one of the few religious drag queens working in Tel Aviv's downtown circuit.
31st July 2013
Ministry of Defence LGBT Network: Biphobia and transphobia are ‘new frontiers’ for workplace equality 2
4:28 PM — A Human Resources professional for the Ministry of Defence LGBT Network has said that although workplace equality has come a long way since the ban of gay people in the military, ‘B’ and ‘T’ still represent significant hurdles for full LGBT acceptance.
30th July 2013
Canada: Vancouver unveils permanent rainbow crossings to celebrate pride week 5
11:20 AM — The city of Vancouver has unveiled rainbow street crossings amid this week's Pride Week celebrations, and unlike similar crossings in Sydney earlier this year which were later removed, the local council says they are permanent.
29th July 2013
Canada: Vancouver Mayor attacks Russia over anti-gay laws ahead of Winter Olympics 10
11:41 PM — The mayor of Vancouver has spoken out to heavily criticise the recent introduction of Russian anti-gay laws ahead of the Winter Olympics to be held in Sochi in 2014.
27th July 2013
28 arrested after protesters throw eggs at Baltic Pride 15
4:25 PM — A group of protesters defied the large police presence at today's Pride march in the Lithuanian capital, throwing eggs at participants and attempting to storm a stage.
26th July 2013
Row between Glasgow Pride and Glasgow City Council softens 5
4:59 PM — Following a dispute the organisers of Glasgow Pride have welcomed the decision of Glasgow City Council to provide a discount on park hire and infrastructure charges.
24th July 2013
Pride chief executive tells Glasgow City Council ‘don’t fly the rainbow flag’ 14
6:27 PM — The chief executive of Glasgow Pride has asked Glasgow City Council not to fly the rainbow flag from its main building because he claims the council has failed to support the event.
Montenegro: Anti-gay demonstrators cause violence at first ever pride event, and chant ‘kill the gays’ 6
1:38 PM — Rocks and bottles were thrown by dozens of anti-gay protesters at Montenegro's first ever pride event on Wednesday.
23rd July 2013
US: County Office causes controversy by refusing to allow rainbow flags during gay pride 6
4:37 PM — A county office has come under heavy criticism for refusing to allow rainbow flags to be flown from its building during the city's gay pride week.
Lithuania Supreme Court makes binding decision in favour of Baltic Pride 4
3:14 PM — Lithuania's Supreme Court has once again ruled that Baltic Pride can take place this weekend.