Poland’s Minister for Equality, Elzbieta Radziszewska, has announced that she is pushing for the government to provide help for gay couples who wish to marry overseas.
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gilliard is facing a revolt from within her own party after a number of Labour backbenchers have come out in support of a Green Party bill supporting gay marriage.
U.S. Congressman Trent Franks has said that he’d support impeaching President Obama over his decision on gay marriage.
Sergeant Caroline Graham, erstwhile girlfriend of Captain Karen Tait – the army officer who is suing the Ministry of Defence for homophobic discrimination – is said to have been involved with military policewoman Kerry Fletcher, who was involved in a sexual harassment case of her own three years ago.
Meredith Baxter, who starred in popular 80s US TV show Family Ties, made an appearance on Oprah to discuss her decision to come out as gay.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that the homophobic Westboro Baptist Church should be permitted to picket the funerals of gay soldiers.
A former MEP for the UK Independence Party, who had previously established a case against her former party, may have the chance to be reheard.
Model and It girl Daisy Lowe has confessed to having an eye for the ladies.
Karen Tait, 29, was sent back from Afghanistan only half way through her tour due to allegations of a relationship with another female officer. She is now suing the Ministry of Defence for discrimination.
Rutgers University – the biggest university in New Jersey, USA – has bowed to pressure from gay students and will provide ‘gender neutral housing’ for its students starting this autumn.