4th November 2005
Gay Bishop in talks with the Archbishop of Canterbury 29
12:00 AM — The Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, met the American gay Bishop, Gene Robinson, in London yesterday.The Archbishop's spokesman described the meeting as "friendly but candid".The spokesman added, "The encounter came as part of the Archbishop's commitment to listening to the voices of all concerned in the current challenges facing the Anglican Communion."
Little Britian star David Walliams wishes he was gay 6
12:00 AM — David Walliams the star of hit comedy sketch show, Little Britain has revealed that he wishes he was gay.In an interview with lads magazine, Loaded, he claims that his lifewould be so much easier if he fancied men."I must admit my life would be a lot simpler if I was just gay, but we can't choose these things. I'm going to have a sex change when I'm 70 for the last ten years of my life."
Racist and anti-gay magazine publishers given jail sentences 1
12:00 AM — Five white supremacist homophobes were jailed today for their producing and distributing 'Stormer', a magazine that published instructions on making bombs and aimed to initiate a "racial holy war.Articles included a tribute to David Copeland, who murdered three people in a series of nail bombs targeting members of ethnic minorities and the gay community in London. The bombing of the Admiral Duncan pub on Old Compton Street, Soho, in 1999 killed three people including a pregnant woman, her husband's best man and a her close friend.
Gay Bishop says Church will eventually accept gays and lesbians 29
12:00 AM — Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Anglican Bishop, said today that he believed that the Anglican Communion will eventually come to embrace gay men and women, although it is unlikely to be in his lifetime.He told the BBC, "I believe that the acceptance of gay and lesbian people into the life of the Church is something that is going to happen. It may not happen in my lifetime, but that is all right. It will happen in God's own time."
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