12th September 2008
Doncaster urged to embrace the pink pound
4:13 PM — The Yorkshire town of Doncaster is "sitting up and taking notice of the opportunities" that being gay-friendly can bring.
Queer festival to challenge Serbia’s far right 2
3:52 PM — Cabaret, street performance and film will all be on show at next week's Queer Beograd X5 in Belgrade. The festival begins on Thursday.
Preacher spared trial over gay street sermon 15
2:50 PM — A Christian preacher who was arrested and charged with offending gay people during a sermon in a Birmingham street will not face trial.
UN urged to push for ban on execution of children 8
2:01 PM — A human rights group has called for action on executions for crimes committed by children. The vast majority of executions of juvenile offenders take place in Iran.
REVIEW: Dykes to watch out for 1
1:32 PM — Were there any lesbians around before New Labour and Bill Clinton? Why, yes. Before the glitz and glamour of The L Word, before But I'm a Cheerleader there was Alison Bechdel.
Macedonia should recognise same-sex couples says rights commissioner
1:15 PM — The Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights has published a report into the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people in Macedonia.
Cliff: “rumour-mongers don’t have any power over me” 18
12:52 PM — Pop star Sir Cliff Richard has spoken out after a wave of speculation about his sexuality.
Asia’s largest gay festival begins in Taipei
12:26 PM — The Taiwanese gay community will be celebrating during the coming month as the 2008 Taipei Gay Carnival began today.
Gay Governor’s former wife will not sue for marriage fraud 1
12:12 PM — The ex-wife of a US politician who came out while Governor of New Jersey has decided not to pursue a claim of fraud against him.