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28 December 2006

  • 28th December 2006

    Honey, are we there yet? 1

    The journey to gay equality is not yet over

    12:00 AM — So, gay people can legally have sex at the same age as their straight counterparts and can register their partnerships. Section 28 is a thing of the past and making it illegal to refuse services on the grounds of sexual orientation is on the agenda. Some might think that equality has finally arrived. But has it?PinkNews.co.uk's Torsten Hojer asks key gay groups what 2007 holds for them.

  • Barrowman celebrates gay partnership 1

    Barrowman plays bisexual character Captain Jack Harkness in the Doctor Who spin off Torchwood

    12:00 AM — Gay actor John Barrowman celebrated his civil partnership this week.The Torchwood star had a civil ceremony with his partner of 16 years Scott Gill in Cardiff.The star took time out of his filming schedule as well as appearing in panto to have his relationship recognised.

  • Spanish gays may receive damages from Franco regime

    The Spanish government is considering offering damages to members of the gay community who were sent to mental hospitals, tortured or imprisoned  under the regime of General Francisco Franco

    12:00 AM — Spanish gays who were discriminated against under the Franco dictatorship may receive compensation, according to reports.The Spanish government is considering offering damages to members of the gay community who were sent to mental hospitals, tortured or imprisoned under the regime of General Francisco Franco between the 1930s and 1970s.

  • Gay community mourns Ford death 1

    In 2001, President Ford joined the advisory board of the Republican Unity Coalition, a gay-straight alliance

    12:00 AM — Gay activists have joined tributes to the late Gerald Ford who died aged 93 this week,Lobby group the Log Cabin Republicans, praised Ford's recognition of gay rights while the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force described the former President as an 'advocate for individual rights.'

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