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10 November 2005

  • 10th November 2005

    Paintings of straight couples removed from Registry Office in preparation for gay weddings 5

    Civil Partnership ceremonies will take place in England and Wales from December 21st.

    12:00 AM — Liverpool is replacing the pictures that hang on the walls of its Registry Office in order to avoid offending gay couples.The city, which has over recent years become one of the most gay friendly in Britain, is removing two paintings because they are too associated with straight marriage. One is of a young bride signing the register and the other is of Romeo and Juliet on a swing.Janet Taubman, a Registrar at the office said they were "they were innocent pictures but the new paintings are less likely to offend."

  • Madonna claims she’s really a gay man 2

    The star says she's a “gay man in a woman's body”

    12:00 AM — Madonna shocked chat show legend Michael Parkinson by telling him that she's really a "gay man in a woman's body".The 47-year-old pop superstar will be the only guest on Parkinson this Saturday on ITV1.She added that she's quite a queen when it comes to her temper, "I'm a dramatic person and I probably had some spectacular tantrums.

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