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US Supreme court rues gay marriage is legal nationwide
26.06.2015
US Supreme court rues gay marriage is legal nationwide
The US Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is a legal right across the United States. In a landmark 5-4 decision, Justice Anthony Kennedy writing for the majority ruled that marriage is a constitutional right for all. "No union is more profound than marriage,'' he wrote, backed by the court's four more liberal justices. It is unclear how soon marriage licences will be issue ... READ MORE
Hidden 'scandal' of LGB and T hate crime exposed
23.06.2015
Hidden 'scandal' of LGB and T hate crime exposed
Fear of how they will be treated is leading to thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people (LGB and T) not reporting hate crimes. As a result perpetrators are evading justice, a new report published today reveals. Evidence nationally suggests around 35,000 cases of hate crime committed against people because of their sexual orientation go unreported every year. The work is supported by ... READ MORE
Ireland votes yes in same-sex referendum
23.05.2015
Ireland votes yes in same-sex referendum
Early results suggest the Republic of Ireland has voted to legalise same-sex marriage in a historic referendum. More than 3.2m people were asked whether they wanted to amend the country's constitution to allow gay and lesbian couples to marry. Government ministers have said they believe it will pass, while prominent "no" campaigners have conceded defeat. Counting started at 09:00 BST on ... READ MORE
Football v Homophobia event accused of transphobia
23.05.2015
Football v Homophobia event accused of transphobia
Organisers of a football tournament aimed at tackling homophobia have been accused of discriminating against a transgender man who wanted to play. Matches were due to take place at the University of Nottingham as part of the Football v Homophobia tournament. Luke Hutchinson said he was prevented from playing unless he paid for medical tests to prove his affirmed gender. The university said everyone wa ... READ MORE
Wolverhampton Homes mark IDAHoT day with hate crime input
18.05.2015
Wolverhampton Homes mark IDAHoT day with hate crime input
Staff at Wolverhampton Homes are rallying behind its ‘Proud To Be Me Network’ to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia(IDAHoT day).  The day is being completed with a hate crime training input by the chair of West Midlands Police LGBT Network, PC Gary Stack. Up until 25 years ago, being gay was still classed by the World Health Organisation as a ment ... READ MORE
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