11th November 2008
Brian Paddick to appear in ITV reality show I’m A Celebrity 3
6:14 PM — Former senior police officer Brian Paddick is to appear on ITV1 show I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here.
Interview: Blowing the whistle on being gay, in love and on Gaydar 2
4:01 PM — Matthew Todd, playwright, journalist, Attitude editor and environmentalist, spoke to PinkNews.co.uk last week about the latest London production of his play Blowing Whistles.
Pensioner jailed for knife attack in Manchester gay village 9
3:33 PM — A pensioner who stabbed a man in the neck in a Manchester city centre attack has been jailed for seven years.
Jamaican star Capleton’s Basel concert cancelled after Swiss gay groups protest 25
3:21 PM — A reggae star who has gone back on a promise not to perform songs encouraging violence against lesbian and gay people has had a concert in Switzerland cancelled.
Comment: Proposition 8 broke our hearts, but it did not end our fight 4
2:16 PM — You can’t take this away from me: Proposition 8 broke our hearts, but it did not end our fight. Like many in our movement, I found myself in Southern California last week.
Lindsay Lohan defies lesbian classification 2
1:33 PM — Actress Lindsay Lohan has spoken about her relationship with DJ Sam Ronson and revealed she does not want her sexuality to be classified as lesbian, bisexual or straight.
California state politicians oppose ban on same-sex marriage 3
1:14 PM — More than a third of the members of the California State Legislature have filed a "friend of the court" brief in the state Supreme Court backing legal challenges to Proposition 8.
Bulgarian leader’s anti-gay comment targets Prime Minister
12:42 PM — A 'war of words' between the leader of Bulgaria's popular GERB political party and the country's Prime Minister has escalated.
Stonewall defends FIT and plans a DVD copy for every school 4
12:11 PM — A play that tackles homophobic bullying is appropriate for its 11 to 14 year old target audience and a vital tool in tackling the problem, according to Britain's leading gay equality organisation.
FIT playwright on why we must fight homophobia in schools 1
11:35 AM — "I'd put entertainer," Rikki Beadle-Blair says with a grin, when I ask him what he puts down as his occupation when he fills in official forms.
Schools play about homophobia attacked by rightwing press 13
11:28 AM — In an echo of the 1980s, broadsheet and tabloid newspapers have carried lurid stories this morning about a play aimed at secondary school kids that urges them to confront homophobia.
Moscow assures gays they will be safe at Eurovision 3
10:52 AM — A leading Russian gay rights activist has accused the Moscow authorities of "pure hypocrisy" after an official gave assurances about the safety of gay people attending next year's Eurovision Song Contest.