15th November 2013
Lithuania: Homophobic politician delivers trousers with anal zip to LGBT group 72
11:28 AM — A pair of sexually provocative trousers, featuring a zip directly where a male's buttocks would meet, has been delivered to an LGBT group by a Lithuanian Member of Parliament who equates homosexuality with paedophilia.
29th September 2013
Serbia: Hundreds of LGBT activists gather to defy gay pride ban in Belgrade 4
12:35 PM — Gay rights activists in Serbia held their first Pride march in three years on Saturday, despite officials banning the ceremony over threats of violence from right-wing extremists.
25th August 2013
France: Far-right mayor refuses to officiate at same-sex wedding 53
2:03 PM — A far-right mayor in the south of France has refused to officiate at the wedding of a lesbian couple, despite the government's recently passed same-sex marriage law.
17th June 2013
Serbia: Right-wing group promises to spy on new LGBT centre 6
1:44 PM — Serbian capital Belgrade's first LGBT community centre has become the target of surveillance by nationalists, who claim they are out to protect the neighbourhood from "prostitution".
8th June 2013
France: Five held over death of Clement Meric 15
3:25 PM — Five suspects are being held in connection with the death of a teenage left-wing protester and gay rights activist in Paris.
28th May 2013
English Defence League rally in London gay bar 143
6:07 PM — As part of their Bank Holiday weekend demonstrations, the English Defence League (EDL) arranged a rally in London's HalfWay to Heaven gay bar and were happy to find a "lot of lads" were present.
8th April 2013
US: Electronic Arts notes anti-gay campaign as reason for ‘Worst Company in America’ award 12
3:21 PM — Video games company Electronic Arts (EA) is a highly likely contender to win the award for the Worst Company in America, for the second year running, and the company's COO said he thought an anti-gay campaign was partly to blame, but said he was "proud" of the company for supporting issues such as equal marriage.
20th July 2012
Liverpool: Right-wing politician ‘to sue for wrongful arrest’ after rainbow flag complaint 53
4:40 PM — A right-wing candidate who stood for mayor of Liverpool and was arrested by police after complaining about their rainbow flag has said he will sue for wrongful arrest.