Speaking at an LGBT Pride Month reception at the White House yesterday, President Obama acknowledged the often slow “pace of change” when it comes to legalising gay marriage.
Television watchdog Ofcom has received 14 complaints about advertisements for new Channel 5 reality show Candy Bar Girls.
A 24-year-old man who accused X Factor judge Louis Walsh of groping him in a nightclub has admitted that the accusation was false.
Seven gay couples in New Jersey plan to descend on a court in a bid to force the state to recognise same-sex marriage.
Organisers of the London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival have been informed that the festival will definitely be returning next year to the British Film Institute (BFI) on the Southbank.
Maureen Le Marinel, branch secretary of UNISON’s Lancashire Police branch, has been elected vice president of the public service union.
An East London mosque has gone back on its promise to prevent homophobic speakers from addressing its congregation.
A judge in Sao Paulo yesterday approved what is said to have been the country’s first ever gay marriage ceremony.
Tom MacMaster, the man behind Gay Girl in Damascus blog, has been accused of creating a new persona to shield him from angry posts.
New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie says the state will not be following New York’s example and legalising gay marriage.