3rd August 2010
Exclusive: Andy Burnham supports gay marriage but won’t change mind on lesbian IVF 34
6:50 PM — Andy Burnham, currently third in the race to become Labour leader, tells PinkNews.co.uk he was the first candidate to support gay marriage but does not agree with lifting the blood donation ban or removing the 'need for a father' from IVF laws.
BBC Trust rejects complaints about ‘should gays be executed?’ online debate 25
6:49 PM — The BBC Trust's editorial standards committee has rejected complaints made significant numbers of people about a BBC Online debate entitled 'Should homosexuals face execution?' saying that while the language was "stark", the apologies made by the BBC resolved the issue.
Gay MP speaks at Leeds Pride 1
1:10 PM — Newly-elected Tory MP for Pudsey Stuart Andrew was one of the speakers at Leeds Pride on Sunday. Mr Andrew told crowds at the city's Millennium Square that the new coalition government was committed to tackling homophobic bullying and led the party's gay group LGBTory in the parade.
Police warn gay cruisers of danger on Clapham Common 21
12:05 PM — Police have been visiting Clapham Common after dark to warn gay men meeting for sex that they may be attacked or robbed. There have been increased reports of robberies and assaults on gay cruisers in the area.
Trans man Thomas Beatie gives birth to third child 65
10:28 AM — Thomas Beatie has given birth to his third child, reports say. Mr Beatie, who was born female, had his first child in 2008 because his wife Nancy was unable to conceive.
Gay Leeds man knocked unconscious in homophobic attack 9
10:23 AM — A gay barman was knocked unconscious in a homophobic attack the day before Leeds' fifth Pride festival. Dane Holdsworth, 21, from Leeds, said he was attacked by two men as he walked home from work early on Saturday morning on York Road.