3rd September 2010
T-Mobile customers complain at ‘blocking’ of gay websites 36
5:18 PM — Exclusive: Customers of T-Mobile have complained that the mobile phone network bars access to gay websites. T-Mobile, one of the UK's largest mobile phone networks, appears to block gay-related content as unsuitable for under-18s.
Miss Universe 2010 supports gay marriage 17
5:14 PM — The winner of Miss Universe 2010 has come out in support of gay marriage. Mexican beauty queen Ximena Navarrete said she had lots of gay friends and there was "no reason we should want to set them aside".
Homophobic teen who initiated murder cleared of assault
4:48 PM — A Scottish teenager who initiated the murder of a gay man was cleared of a vicious street assault this week. Alexander Kindred, now aged 18, was 15 when he claimed that council worker James Kerr, 51, had made sexual advances to him in a park.
California state won’t be forced to defend Prop 8 10
3:23 PM — California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Attorney-General Jerry Brown will not be forced to defend the state's ban on gay marriage.
UUP contender Tom Elliott says he won’t attend gay pride marches 15
2:21 PM — A contender for the leadership of the Ulster Unionist Party has said he would not attend gay pride marches or GAA games. Tom Elliott said it was a "personal issue".
Pop, dance and cabaret at Cardiff Mardi Gras 2
1:53 PM — Cardiff’s LGBT Mardi Gras takes place this Saturday at Cooper’s Field. Forty thousand people are expected to attend the event, which features more than 40 performers and musicians performing throughout the day.
Hollyoaks actress to open trans support centre 3
12:03 PM — A Hollyoaks actress who plays a trans character will unveil an innovative trans support centre. Located in Hull, GenderShift will be opened at 2.00pm on Sunday by actress Victoria Atkin, who plays 15-year-old Jasmine/Jason Costello in the soap.
Tory colleagues accuse William Hague of naivety over gay rumours 37
11:02 AM — Foreign secretary William Hague has been criticised by Tory grandees who questioned his judgment. Senior party figures Lord Tebbit and John Redwood raised concerns about him sharing a hotel room with a young male aide and also questioned the extraordinarily personal statement he released on Wednesday.