7th April 2006
Brokeback star reveals child plans
12:00 AM — Brokeback Mountain's leading gay cowboy, Heath Ledger, has openly expressed his heterosexuality through a desire to father around half a dozen children.The Oscar nominated, Australian actor, who currently has one daughter called Matilda, revealed that six children would be an ideal "magic number."
Bishop calls for universal gay marriage opposition 1
12:00 AM — A senior US bishop has called on all Roman Catholics to oppose gay marriage by supporting a marriage amendment law.Bishop William Skystad, president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops said a law protecting marriage was the only way to ban gay unions in the constitution.
Football manager faces ban over gay remarks
12:00 AM — Former Brazil coach, Wanderley Luxemburgo is facing a possible one year ban from football management after allegedly making gay remarks towards a referee.Luxemburgo, currently managing Santos in Brazil, is being investigated for making inappropriate comments about a match official in his team's 3-1 defeat to Sao Paulo.
New calls for anti-gay Ford boycott 2
12:00 AM — An anti gay group is leading a new protest against the Ford motor company because of the manufacturers support for homosexuality.The founder of the American Family Association, along with 28 other pro-family groups, has announced a one-year boycott of Ford over the automaker's support of homosexual-rights groups that promote gay marriage.
Fall in public HIV awareness
12:00 AM — The public's knowledge of HIV has fallen despite growing numbers of infections, according to the Nationals AIDs Trust (NAT.)The National AIDS Trust, launched the results of an Ipsos MORI poll today revealing that, despite growing numbers of people infected with HIV, people are often less aware of how HIV is transmitted than they were five years ago.
Anti homophobia event to be launched 2
12:00 AM — The International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO) will be formally launched this evening, amongst cross party support.IDAHO was inaugurated last May to commemorate the World Health Organisation's removal of homosexuality from its list of mental disorders.