4th September 2014
US: Wisconsin and Indiana same-sex marriage bans ruled unconstitutional 1
9:47 PM — A three-judge panel has unanimously ruled that same-sex marriage bans in Wisconsin and Indiana are unconstitutional.
US: Plaques to honour LGBT heroes riddled with spelling errors 9
7:42 PM — Bronze plaques placed in San Francisco's Castro district to honour the lives of 20 LGBT heroes are riddled with spelling errors.
US: NOM president to attend anti-gay training session in France 13
5:55 PM — The president and co-founder of the National Organisation for Marriage will travel to France next week to participate in an anti-gay conference and training session.
US: Duke University debuts new LGBT-inclusive college application
5:10 PM — Duke University will debut a new LGBT-inclusive application this fall, making it the fourth college or university in the US to provide such an application.
Ricky Martin planning to have a baby girl by 2015 1
3:07 PM — Pop icon Ricky Martin has revealed that he plans to add a baby girl to his family in 2015.
Bahamas pride weekend cut short following death threats 1
1:59 PM — Pride weekend in the Bahamas was cut short after a series of death threats.
Ecuador recognises same-sex unions on national ID cards 4
8:48 AM — Same-sex couples in Ecuador have taken another step toward equality, as civil unions will now be included on national identification cards.
3rd September 2014
US: New York St Patrick’s Day parade ends ban on gay groups 14
5:12 PM — New York's St Patrick's Day parade will allow gay groups to march next year for the first time.
2nd September 2014
US: Michael Sam reportedly in talks to join the Dallas Cowboys 7
11:12 PM — Openly gay football player Michael Sam could be joining the Dallas Cowboys practice squad.
US: Public school district cut ties with Gordon College over anti-gay stance 2
10:21 PM — A Massachusetts public school district has cut ties with Gordon College after the college demanded an exemption from LGBT anti-discrimination laws.
US: Black LGBT activist arrested after distributing literature on voter’s rights 4
9:47 PM — A black LGBT rights activist and former state Senate candidate was arrested in North Carolina Monday for distributing literature on voting rights on parked cars.
US: Former Vermont governor recounts same-sex marriage veto in memoir 6
7:12 PM — Former Vermont governor Jim Douglas recounts vetoing a same-sex marriage law in his new memoir.
NFL player: ESPN is to blame for Michael Sam being a free agent 3
5:16 PM — An NFL player posted to Twitter that ESPN is to blame for Michael Sam not getting picked up by another NFL team.
Sam Smith reveals the man who inspired his hit album… was straight 34
5:14 PM — Singer Sam Smith says the inspiration behind his first album is a straight man who he fell in love with.
Lance bass gets engaged to his boyfriend for a second time 4
3:26 PM — N*SYNC star Lance Bass has proposed to his boyfriend for the second time, after their first engagement in September 2013 was called off.
UK: Bail hearing for Jamaican bisexual asylum seeker 2
1:29 PM — A bisexual asylum seeker who is fighting deportation to Jamaica will have a bail hearing on Thursday, campaigners say.
1st September 2014
US: Pennsylvania transgender teen takes own life 34
4:05 PM — A 17-year-old transgender boy in Pennsylvania has taken his own life.
Video: Twins come out to their parents at the same time 9
12:35 PM — A pair of twins have released a video of them coming out to their parents at the same time.
31st August 2014
Brazil: Presidential hopeful drops ‘mistaken’ same-sex marriage pledge 12
12:50 PM — A Presidential hopeful in Brazil has dropped a pledge to defend same-sex marriage, and claims it was included in her manifesto by mistake.
30th August 2014
Rufus Wainwright: I’m glad I don’t have more gay fans, gay men have terrible taste in music 115
12:57 PM — Rufus Wainwright has said that he is glad that he doesn't have a large gay fanbase.