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10 October 2005

  • 10th October 2005


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  • More Gay Fun for Doctor Who? 1

    12:00 AM — Doctor Who's bisexual friend, Captain Jack Harkness will be returning for more mischief in series three of the popular revival.

  • Gay Cruising to Be Safe Say Police

    12:00 AM — The head of policing in Barnet in North London, has called on the gay community to help him solve a spate of homophobic attacks

  • Gay HIV Rates Rise Due to Crystal Meth

    12:00 AM — Crystal Methamphetamine users are shown to be at least three times more likely to be infected with HIV than those who don't use the drug, according to a new US government-sponsored study.

  • Westlife and V Singer Reveal They Are Gay Lovers 4

    12:00 AM — Westlife singer Mark Feehily has revealed he is gay. The singer in the leading Irish band told the Sun that he's gay and "very proud of who I am".

  • Jimi Hendrix Played ‘Gay’ Card to Ditch Army

    12:00 AM — According to a new biography on rock God Jimi Hendrix, the man worshiped across the globe for his wild ways with women and guitars wasn't always so straight — in fact, for one American institution, he was downright gay.

  • Australian Gay Magazine Offends Hindus

    12:00 AM — DNA Magazine, Australia's top gay publication, has censored their latest cover in an effort to quell outrage from the Hindu community. The cover, features male fitness star Matt Walch wearing a Roberto Cavalli brief that is screen printed with an image of the Hindu goddess Laxmi.

  • I’m the Only Gay in the Top Trump Set!

    12:00 AM — Daffyd, the only gay in the village of Llanddewi Brefi is to join the other characters of the hit comedy sketch show, Little Britain in a brand new set of Top Trumps.The 1980s classic kid's game is being brought up to date with the charcters immortalised by David Walliams and Matt Lucas.

  • Oz MP Resigns After Gay Affair Leaked

    12:00 AM — South Australian Liberal MP Mark Brindal has announced he is officially withdrawing his name as a candidate for the state seat of Adelaide at next year's election on the heels of revelations he had an affair with a 24-year-old man earlier this year.

  • Scotland Will Perform First Gay Marriage

    12:00 AM — While Brighton in England may have bid for the first civil partnerships in the UK by opening its town hall doors just after midnight on December 21st, a more low-key celebration is set to ring the new Civil Partnerships laws in.

  • Gay Vicars To Defy Archbishops on Celibacy

    12:00 AM — Gay members of the clergy within the Church of England are reportedly planning to defy the body's call for celibacy among gay civil partners, according to recent reports in the Daily Telegraph.

  • Brighton Pride Shines Through

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  • Registrars May Boycott Gay Weddings

    12:00 AM — It has emerged that Registrars who are opposed to civil partnerships (often called Gay Marriages) may plead a "conscientious objection" to the relationship and as such refuse to officiate over the ceremonies when they begin in December of this year.

  • Party Not Gay Rights at London’s Annual Soho Pride 1

    12:00 AM — Thousands of party goers ignored the poor weather to enjoy Soho's annual and free gay pride event.

  • Uganda Under Fire For Gay Stance 1

    12:00 AM — The human rights group. Amnesty International has voiced concern over the continuing intimidation of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) rights activists in Uganda.

  • NYC Sued Over Gay Partners Policy

    12:00 AM — In court papers made public in state court in Nassau County, Lambda Legal named the New York State Department of Civil Service as a defendant in its case against Uniondale Union Free School District for refusing to extend spousal medical benefits to a retired gay couple who were legally married in Canada last year.

  • Sexless Marriages for Gay Vicars

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  • Arrests at Latvia Pride

    12:00 AM — Latvian police arrested a number of protesters Saturday during the city's first gay pride march.

  • Terrorist Threat Does Not Hamper Big Gay Out

    12:00 AM — Thousands of revelers braved the rain and the recent terrorist attacks to attend Big Gay Out, held in Finsbury Park on Saturday.

  • Gays Lesbians at Greater Risk for Mental Illness, Study Says

    12:00 AM — A study by a group of New Zealand medical students has found that gay and lesbian youth throughout the country are at greater risk of mental illness than their straight peers, a finding LGBT community and welfare advocates say is "unsurprising" and likely paralleled throughout the world.

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