Anti-gay Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum stopped a boy from using a pink bowling ball at a campaign photo opportunity in a Wisconsin bowling alley.
Former prime minister Tony Blair was left looking awkward as Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the president of Liberia defended anti-homosexual acts.
The Home Office has had to defend government proposals to allow gay marriages after the Conservative MP for Welllingborough called them “completely nuts”.
The British education secretary, Michael Gove, is under fire for recent statements regarding how faith school discuss homosexuality.
Ken Livingstone is hosting a fundraiser with celebrity guests. The event will include a raffle, acution and entertainment throughout the evening. There are limited tickets available, so book early to avoid disappointment. Tickets include a three-course meal with wine and a drinks reception.
Politicians predict same-sex marriage will be legal in Scotland within 12 to 18 months
Traditionalist Conservative MPs are planning to sabotage David Cameron’s attempt to legalise gay marriage, according to the Independent newspaper.
Former campaign aide to Ronald Regan and George Bush Snr, Fred Karger, is the latest Republican presidential candidate to hit the headlines regarding the subject of homosexuality. But this time, it’s because he is openly gay.
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum left a New Hampshire audience to a chorus of booing on Thursday, after suggesting that allowing two people of the same sex to marry would be the equivalent of allowing three or five people to marry.
Outspoken anti-gay politician Michelle Bachmann has quit the race to be the Republican party’s presidential candidate after winning just five per cent of votes in the state of Iowa.