26th January 2010
Terrence Higgins Trust to warn gay men of other ways of HIV transmission 12
7:19 PM — HIV/AIDS charity Terrence Higgins Trust is launching a new campaign to warn gay men that HIV can also be caught through their penises. The initiative hopes to counter the myth that HIV can only be caught if men are "bottoms".
US police officer to sue after being sacked over gay porn film 8
6:53 PM — A gay police officer who was sacked after failing to disclose he once acted in a porn film has said he will sue for discrimination.
Obama expected to mention military gay ban in State of the Union address 12
6:24 PM — US President Barack Obama will mention the country's ban on gays serving openly in the military in his State of the Union address tomorrow, a senior lawmaker said.
Boyzone star Keith Duffy suffering panic attacks after Stephen Gately’s death 19
5:54 PM — Boyzone singer Keith Duffy has revealed he has been suffering from panic attacks since the death of his bandmate Stephen Gately.
Tatchell ‘surprised’ at third of British people who still believe homosexuality is wrong 24
5:23 PM — Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has expressed surprise at the results of a survey into social attitudes, saying he expected a greater change in the numbers who accepted homosexuality.
Gay Daily Mail journalist to write ‘out and proud’ column 20
4:35 PM — Andrew Pierce, the former assistant editor of the Daily Telegraph, has revealed he will write a column for the Daily Mail reflecting his "out and proud" outlook.
Gays have political power, US Prop 8 trial hears
3:14 PM — The US trial on Proposition 8 entered its tenth day yesterday, with lawyers for gay marriage opponents opening their case.
Ex-gay mother given 30 days to appear before court
2:42 PM — An American woman who refused her former lesbian partner access to their child has been ordered to appear before court within 30 days.
Government will consider religious civil partnerships 19
1:27 PM — The government has agreed to consider allowing civil partnerships to be held in religious premises after a debate in the House of Lords last night.
Social attitudes survey finds far greater acceptance of homosexuality 40
11:37 AM — A government-backed survey has found that people have become much more tolerant of homosexuality in the last 30 years.
Government defeated in 3 votes over the ability of churches to deny jobs to gay people 52
12:31 AM — The Government tonight lost three votes in the House of Lords over legislation that would have restricted the ability of churches to deny jobs to LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgenered) people.