3rd March 2010
Gay magazine back on WHSmith shelves 12
5:47 PM — Gay magazine Attitude has returned to the shelves of WHSmith after commercial negotiations were concluded. The magazine was missing from the high street stores for two weeks after what was thought to be a dispute over stocking fees.
Three men assaulted in Cornwall ‘homophobic’ attack 12
5:30 PM — Police are treating an attack on three men in Padstow, Cornwall, as a hate crime because one of the men was trans. The friends, who were on holiday from the Plymouth area, had gone out on Saturday night and were attacked as they returned to an address on Broad Street.
Gay couples in DC begin applying to marry 8
4:21 PM — Gay couples in Washington DC were expected to descend on the city hall today to apply for marriage licences after a same-sex marriage law came into power.
Lesbian love scenes for Desperate Housewives 13
3:33 PM — US comedy Desperate Housewives is to get its first lesbian relationship. Highly-strung Katherine Mayfair will be seduced by her new flatmate after dreaming about sleeping with her.
European court rules Poland discriminated against gay man 17
3:03 PM — The European Court of Human Rights ruled yesterday that Poland discriminated against a gay man for refusing to treat him and his partner in the same way as a straight married couple.
‘Conscientious objection’ amendments to gay rights withdrawn 28
12:59 PM — Two amendments to the Equality Bill giving the right to "conscientious objections" to gay equality measures were withdrawn in the House of Lords last night.
Daniel Radcliffe addresses gay rumours 31
12:13 PM — Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has again addressed rumours that he is gay. The 20-year-old star is becoming known as a gay rights activist for his support of the Trevor Project, a helpline for suicidal LGBT people.
Lords back religious civil partnerships for gay couples 49
9:22 AM — The House of Lords has approved an amendment to the Equality Bill giving gay couples the right to have civil partnerships in church. The measure, proposed by out gay peer Lord Waheed Alli, was passed 95 votes to 21, a majority of 74. A free vote was allowed.