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Since announcing my pilgrimage of repentance for homophobia two weeks ago, I've been delighted, excited and humbled to receive so many messages of encouragement and support.
Four same-sex couples and four mixed-sex couples have begun a legal challenge to secure equal rights to marriage and civil partnership in the UK.
Following a manslaughter conviction this week, human rights groups have warned that homophobic hate crime continues to be a serious problem in the UK.
A Christian writer and activist has announced that he plans to walk from Birmingham to London as a pilgrimage of repentance for his former homophobic attitudes.
When I became a Christian, I mistakenly accepted homophobic views and campaigned against same-sex relationships. I'm appalled that I did this. Now I'm planning to walk from Birmingham to London as a pilgrimage of repentance.
A legal challenge over same-sex marriage has come a step closer after two men in Greenwich became the latest couple to be refused permission to marry.
A lesbian couple say they were treated offensively when refused the right to hold a civil marriage at Petersfield Register Office in Hampshire.
Lesbian and gay Christians have condemned a recent vote by members of the UN to remove sexual orientation from a resolution calling for protection of life.
A heterosexual couple have been refused the right to hold a civil partnership at Bristol Register Office. They are part of the Equal Love campaign.
The UN has voted to remove sexual orientation from a list of characteristics that make people particularly vulnerable to prejudice-motivated murder.