22nd June 2007
Online Marketing Manager, Financial services organisation
11:15 PM — A great opportunity to join one of the world's leading financial services organisation and make a real difference to their online business.
Product Manager, Online Banking
11:15 PM — An experienced Product Manager, you will be highly commercial with solid analytical skills in competitor analysis, forecasting and PL ideally gained in a financial services, e-commerce environment.
Customer Retention Manager, Major Financial Services Provider
11:15 PM — A Global financial services business with over 4 million customers in the UK seeks enthusiastic, tenacious and gifted marketer to devise and implement retention strategies.
Gay contestant evicted from Big Brother 3
11:15 PM — Since Tuesday, the public have been voting to decide whether bisexual Carole, Jonathan or the gay contestant Seány should be the second housemate to be publicly evicted from the Big Brother house.During tonight's programme, Davina McCall announced live to the house that the next person to be evicted would be Seány. He received 44.5% of the total votes cast.On hearing the news, Seány and the other housemates looked stunned.
Supreme Court rules Moscow Pride ban was legal
5:37 PM — Organisers of a banned Pride event today received a decision of Russia's Supreme Court on the appeal their appeal against a lower court.Senior judges sided with the arguments of Tverskoi district court of Moscow that the march ban was lawful.The case was considered in the first instance on 26 May 2006, one day before the scheduled date of the Pride parade.
Gays pitch their tent at Glastonbury 1
4:50 PM — NYC Downlow makes its debut at the one of the UK's largest music festival today, bringing some gay sensibility to the muddy fields of Somerset.The gay-subculture tent will be a haven in a sea of heteros over the weekend, and organisers say they want to recreate the look and feel of a 1970s Manhattan gay bar.No-one will be admitted without a moustache, though fake ones can be purchased at the door.
Paisley refuses to apologise for gay remarks 27
3:00 PM — A junior minister in the government of Northern Ireland has stood by his comments that gay people are repulsive.Ian Paisley Jnr rejected calls for him to apologise. He is a junior minister in the Northern Ireland Executive, headed by his father Rev Ian Paisley."What is done is done, I've said those comments why should I try and hide what I've done," Mr Paisley told the local politics programme Let's Talk last night.
EU’s stand against gay executions 1
1:35 PM — The Intergroup on Gay and Lesbian Rights welcomed news that the European Commission intends to mark the 10th October of every year as the European Day Against the Death Penalty.Several nations retain the death sentence as punishment for homosexuality.In July 2005 two gay teenagers were publicly executed in Iran for the "crime of homosexuality."
Nationwide project for Irish gay youth
1:10 PM — The Irish government is working with gay community workers to establish a network of LGBT youth groups across the country.The Health Service Executive (HSE) is developing the programme with Belong To, a Dublin project that has been running for the past four years.The project's national co-ordinator said that numbers of young gay people between 14 and 23 attending the group has doubled every year.
Japanese lesbian candidate excites foreign attention
12:40 PM — Kanako Otsuji, Japan's first openly lesbian politician and candidate in the upcoming Upper House election, held a press conference at Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan on 20 June.While the Japanese media has paid attention almost only to Otsuji's sexuality, foreign journalists are more interested in her campaign in itself.If elected she will be the first openly LGBT politician in parliament.
Bush poll ratings at record low
11:45 AM — In 19 months, George W. Bush will leave the White House for the last time.The latest Newsweek poll suggests that he faces a steep climb if he hopes to coax the country back to his side before he goes.In the new poll, conducted on Monday and Tuesday nights, the President's approval rating has reached a record low.
Homophobic politician outed on national TV 2
11:35 AM — Gay rights activist Nicolas Alexeyev told a live TV audience yesterday that a member of the Russian State Duma is gay.Speaking on the talk show K baryeru Mr Alexeyev outed the conservative MP Alexander Chuev.Mr Chuev is one of the most outspoken opponents of gay rights, and has introduced proposals to the Duma to outlaw the "promotion" of homosexuality and ban "gay propaganda."