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10 October 2005

  • 10th October 2005

    Italian Health Minister Condemns Ban on Gay Men Donating Blood

    12:00 AM — Italy's health minister has condemned a decision by one of the country's biggest hospitals to stop a gay man from giving blood.

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  • Isle of Man Plans to Reduce the Gay Age of Consent

    12:00 AM — The Isle of Man's Council of Ministers has announced that the state will be looking to equalise the age of consent for gay and straight sex.The Isle, which has its own legal system, but is a British Crown dependency, is currently the only place in the British Isles where the age of consent is unequal

  • Poll Shows Americans Support Gays in the Army

    12:00 AM — A poll conducted by the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life found that 58% of Americans support allowing gays and lesbians to serve openly in the U.S. military, up from 52% in 1994.The percentage of those who strongly opposed allowing open service fell from 26% in 1994 to 15% in 2005.

  • Christian Group Blames Katrina on Gays 2

    12:00 AM — An organization of Christian fundamentalists has stepped forward with claims the destruction brought on by Hurricane Katrina is God's judgment against New Orleans for holding festivals like the gay Southern Decadence party, which was scheduled for the state's Labour Day weekend and has since been cancelled.

  • Gay Marriage Challenge in Maryland, USA

    12:00 AM — The American Civil Liberties Union has asked a Maryland circuit court to strike down a state law than bars same-sex couples from marriage and the hundreds of family protections afforded to married couples."The Maryland constitution requires that the state treat all Marylanders equally," said Ken Choe, a Senior Staff Attorney with the ACLU's Lesbian and Gay Rights Project who argued the case.

  • Gay Fund for Hurricane Katrina Victims

    12:00 AM — In response to the trail of destruction that Hurricane Katrina blazed throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Rainbow World Fund (RWF) is launching a Hurricane Katrina Relief Campaign.

  • California Votes to Legalise Gay Marriages

    12:00 AM — California's Senate has defied the US President George Bush by voting to legislate for gay marriages.Although many areas in the USA do offer some form of Gay marriage, this is the first time that a State Senate has passed a bill legalising same-sex marriages. The bill passed with 21 votes compared to 15 votes from those opposing moves.

  • Gay Cruising Row Over EU Summit Policing

    12:00 AM — Gay Men who use Gosforth Park a popular open space in Newcastle for cruising, have been warned to stay away next week.European Interior Ministers (Home Office Ministers) are due in the area to join the British Home Secretary, Charles Clarke (pictured) in debating issues such as terrorism and asylum.

  • US Supreme Court Slams Anti-Gay Judges

    12:00 AM — Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is up in arms about judges who he claims are deciding moral issues not addressed in the Constitution, including gay rights, abortion and the death penalty.

  • Canadian Woman Granted Divorce from Cheating Gay Husband

    12:00 AM — A Canadian woman has appealed and won a legal battle which allows her to divorce her husband for having an affair with another man. A court had earlier ruled that the woman she could not file for an immediate divorce because her husband's actions did not legally constitute adultery.

  • Manchester Parties to Gay Pride

    12:00 AM — 200,000 people turned out in Manchester to watch the city's annual August bank holiday Gay Pride parade. An attempt by extremists to sabotage the event failed when only five members bothered to turn up.The Demonstration that was organised by the rightwing extremist group, the National Front, ended up in humiliation when their five protestors were outnumbered by fifty Unite Against Fascism counter protestors.

  • Adam Steve- Book Review

    12:00 AM — Chris Witwer discusses Craig Chester's new novel

  • Gay Sex Prisoners Released From Fijian Jail

    12:00 AM — Two men who were sentenced to two years in a Fiji jail for consensual gay sex have been freed after a Fijian High Court Appeal.

  • Breasts, The Obsession I Share with Straight Men 1

    12:00 AM — Laura Vess considers why her friends are always teasing her about a particular trait that I seem to share with straight men all over the world.

  • Good Date, Bad Date, Was That a Date?

    12:00 AM — Cam Lindquist ponders his recent dating activities

  • Football Fan Arrested for Anti-Gay Abuse

    12:00 AM — A British football fan was arrested over the weekend for harassing players and shouting homophobic chants during a game between Hull City and Brighton.

  • Eternal- Film Review

    12:00 AM — Set in modern-day Montreal and Venice, Eternal is a sensual, psychological thriller that focuses on Raymond Pope (Conrad Pla), a tough Montreal vice detective of questionable morals.When Pope sets out to determine the whereabouts of his frequently wayward wife, his path crosses that of the wealthy and enigmatic Elizabeth Kane (Caroline Néron) and her servant Irina (Victoria Sanchez).

  • Princess Margaret’s Gay Affair -Channel 4 Drama

    12:00 AM — The late Princess Margaret, sister of the Queen will be portrayed as a drug taking bisexual in a new drama from the often controversial Channel 4.The drama, 'The Queen's Sister' will show Margeret kissing another woman, smoking a suspect cigarette and unzipping the trousers of her then fiancé Anthony Armstrong-Jones at a party.

  • Princess Margaret’s Gay Affair -Channel 4 Drama

    12:00 AM — The late Princess Margaret, sister of the Queen will be portrayed as a drug taking bisexual in a new drama from the often controversial Channel 4.The drama, 'The Queen's Sister' will show Margeret kissing another woman, smoking a suspect cigarette and unzipping the trousers of her then fiancé Anthony Armstrong-Jones at a party.

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