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31 March 2006

  • 31st March 2006

    McKellen criticises Brokeback gay kiss fears 7

    McKellen slammed the 25 year old actor for not considering how his remarks would be interpreted from a gay stance

    12:00 AM — Gay actor Sir Ian McKellen has voiced his disapproval of Brokeback Mountain's Jake Gyllenhaal after he admitted he was scared about kissing co star Heath Ledger in the gay cowboy movie.McKellen slammed the 25 year old actor for not considering how his remarks would be interpreted from a gay view point.

  • ‘Gay list’ editor jailed 1

    Ten libel complaints have been filed since the lists were published in February.

    12:00 AM — A second newspaper editor in Cameroon has been sentenced over a recent media gay witch hunt in the African country.Ayisi Biloa, publication director of Nouvelle Afrique, was jailed for six months and received a 4 million FCFA (6500 euros) fine after libel claims from a doctor and a government minister.

  • Bahamas bans Brokeback Mountain

    Gay group, The Rainbow Alliance, called the ban a “farce“

    12:00 AM — Brokeback Mountain has been banned in the Bahamas, prompting accusations of discrimination and censorship.The Plays and Films Control Board is being pushed by cinemas and gay groups to change its decision which blocks any theatre screenings of the award winning gay cowboy movie at the request of the Bahamas Christian Council.

  • Elton John’s gay wedding day fears

    The couple were the most famous pair to take advantage of the Civil Partnership Act

    12:00 AM — Gay singer Sir Elton John and David Furnish rushed into their civil partnership ceremony fearing a homophobic attack, it has been revealed.The couple were the most famous pair to take advantage of the Civil Partnership Act on the day it came into effect on December 21 last year.

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