The first Pride parade since India’s Supreme Court recriminalised homosexuality has taken place in Delhi. Hundreds of protestors took to the streets with flags, banners and balloons on Sunday amid chants of “I’m gay, that’s okay” and “freedom”.
Apple stores worldwise are turning their iconic logo red today, to mark World AIDS Day.
The runner-up in the World’s Strongest Man competition has revealed that he is gay. Rob Kearney, who won second place in the 2014 competition is the first Strongman to come out at a professional, international level.
A Catholic boys’ school has withdrawn its permission to be used as a location to shoot LGBT rights film, Freeheld, starring Ellen Page and Julianne Moore.
A transgender woman from Wyoming, has secured a Democratic nomination to run for the Wyoming House of Representatives.
The largest newspaper in Minnesota, the Star Tribune, has published a full-page anti-transgender ad, paid for by the Minnesota Child Protection League, an anti-LGBT group, according to Cosmopolitan.com.
A new law in the Indonesian province of Aceh has made gay sex punishable by 100 lashes with a cane.
Hundreds of gay activists made their way through downtown Belgrade for gay pride in a peaceful march under the protection of Serbian riot police.
Transport for London have installed a ‘rainbow crossing’ outside Arsenal Underground station to raise awareness of Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces 2014 campaign.