The Church of Scotland yesterday voted to remove a two-year-old ban on the ordination of openly gay ministers.
The Minnesota legislature has voted to add to the November 2012 ballot the option to vote for or against banning same-sex marriage.
The Church of Scotland will decide today whether to keep a ban in place forbidding gay ministers from being ordained.
Gay rights activists in the US are asking companies to drop adverts for Fox News because of the homophobic attitudes of some of its presenters and guests.
Two Florida schoolgirls have been banned from holding hands and threatened with suspension.
Moscow authorities have once again banned the city’s Pride celebration, which was due to take place on 28 May.
The first set of figures relating to hate crime prosecutions in Scotland has been released.
Newt Gingrich, the Republican candidate for the US presidency, was showered with glitter by a gay rights campaigner during a visit to Minnesota.
David Laws, the former Lib Dem treasury minister banned from parliament for fiddling expenses, reveals he is ashamed of hiding his same sex relationship.
Sir Elton John visited Downing Street yesterday to tell the Prime Minister about the work of the star’s charity, The AIDS Foundation.