25 May 2010
BBC praised over documentary on homophobia in sport
Last night's BBC documentary on homophobia in the sporting world, called Inside Sport - The Last Taboo, has been praised by the Justin Campaign.
15 March 2010
Gareth Thomas and Nigel Owens support Cardiff Mardi Gras
Gay rugby legend Gareth Thomas and referee Nigel Owens are supporting Cardiff Mardi Gras.
5 March 2010
Gareth Thomas ‘threatened with outing’ at 2007 World Cup
Gareth Thomas played in the 2007 Rugby World Cup fearing he could be outed by the press any day, he said this week.
24 February 2010
Plaid Cymru launches LGBT group
Welsh party Plaid Cyrmu has launched PlaidPride, an affiliated group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.
22 February 2010
Gareth Thomas ‘wicked’ for supporting LGBT History Month
Rugby player Gareth Thomas has been accused of "promoting" gay sex to young children for his patron role in LGBT History Month.
11 February 2010
Welsh rugby star sorry for gay joke
A Welsh rugby star and national teammate of Gareth Thomas apologised yesterday for making an off-colour gay joke on his Twitter account.
4 February 2010
Gareth Thomas’ ex-wife has no regrets over marriage
Jemma Thomas, the ex-wife of gay star Gareth Thomas, has said she does not regret their marriage.
4 February 2010
Gay referee Nigel Owens to discuss coming out
Nigel Owens, the Welsh referee who came out in 2007, is to discuss his decision in a television documentary.
29 January 2010
New service for homophobic hate crime victims in Wales
A partnership between Victim Support and Stonewall Cymru has launched a new service to help victims of homophobic and transphobic hate crimes.
19 December 2009
Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas reveals he’s gay
Gareth Thomas, the former Wales Rugby captain has come out as gay in an emotional interview with the Daily Mail.
1 December 2009
Carwyn Jones appointed as Welsh Labour leader
Carwyn Jones has been named as the new Labour leader in Wales, replacing incumbent Rhodri Morgan.
2 October 2009
Raped trans woman ‘harassed in public and on the internet’
A trans woman who was raped has said she was forced to move house after her identity became public.
1 October 2009
Welsh man who raped trans woman jailed for eight years
A Welsh man found guilty of raping a trans woman has been jailed for eight years.
11 September 2009
Man found guilty of raping trans woman
A Welsh man has been found guilty for raping a trans woman earlier this year.
9 September 2009
Welsh man accused of raping trans woman
A man from the Welsh town of Llanelli is on trial for the rape of a trans woman.
1 September 2009
Welsh first minister sends message of support to Cardiff Mardi Gras
Rhodri Morgan, the first minister of Wales, sent a message of support to revellers at this year's Cardiff Mardi Gras.
13 August 2009
Former councillor claims he was banned from joining Labour Party because he is gay
A former town councillor in the Welsh town of Llanelli has claimed he was barred from joining his local Labour Party because he is gay.
24 July 2009
Comment: They’re at it again
Around this time last year, the Presbyterian Church of Wales made national news after paying out a record sum to a gay employee who had endured ‘grotesquely’ discriminatory conduct and sexual harassment.
18 May 2009
Gay MP Chris Bryant forced to move house after homophobic attacks
Chris Bryant, the openly gay Labour MP for Rhondda, has said the reason he 'flipped' his second home was to escape homophobic thugs who daubed lewd messages on his main constituency property.
5 May 2009
Trans woman joins Welsh police force to tackle transphobia
A Welsh police force has taken on a trans woman to help train officers about hate crimes.