The Church of Scotland is still under fire after its decision to accept ministers who have gay relationships.
One half of Coronation Street’s teenage lesbian couple is set to leave the soap.
Amina Araf, an American-Syrian who blogged anonymously about the Syrian anti-government protests, was allegedly seized from the streets by armed men yesterday.
Police Constable Mark Carter, 28, carried out the alleged attack in a hotel room in 2009.
The White House has launched a website to highlight President Obama’s continuing commitment to the LGBT community.
Senator David Norris, a gay independent candidate for the Irish presidency, says his campaign has been destroyed after opponents drew attention to controversial quotes in a nine-year-old interview.
A Ugandan lesbian is likely to be returned to Uganda from Yarl’s Wood immigration centre – despite having been attacked with an iron in her home country.
Mohammed Hasnath, 18, has been convicted for conducting an anti-gay sticker campaign around Tower Hamlets.
The borough of Richmond-upon-Thames in south east London – which awarded an £89,000 contract to a homophobic Catholic charity earlier this year – is trying to placate campaigners.
American actor Julianna Margulies has confessed she was secretly thrilled with the thought of going gay for a film.