8th September 2010
Gay zombie film among controversial Raindance choices 2
5:43 PM — Canadian filmmaker's LA Zombie joins Serbian horror picture and film depicting a wartime London invaded by Nazis at international festival.
French football club rejects gay player citing ‘trouble’ of sexuality 8
4:34 PM — An amateur football club in eastern France has denied a player's request to return to the team in an attempt to avoid homophobia
Australian swimmer keeps underwear deal after ‘homophobic’ comment 11
3:44 PM — The Australian Olympic swimmer who caused controversy with a comment on Twitter last week will keep her underwear deal with Davenport and Sunrice, but lose her Jaguar.
Italian Protestants agree to same-sex blessings 11
2:59 PM — New decision opens doors to LGBT couples in certain Italian churches
Court rules Moscow nightclub closure illegal 2
2:15 PM — The closing of a gay nightclub in Moscow was against the law, it emerged this week.
Australian same-sex adoption bill nears final hurdle 4
1:33 PM — Legislative Council votes in favour of new legislation, with a single Parliamentary vote left to decide the bill's fate.
T-Mobile responds to complaints of gay web content ‘blocks’ 16
12:16 PM — T-Mobile has issued a statement with regard to recent complaints that its network blocks access to gay resources online.
Comment: Why we must be fighting for full same sex marriage equality now 27
11:55 AM — Newly elected Liberal Democrat MP Stephen Gilbert speaks out in support of LGBT marriage equality and explains why LGBT rights organisations should be fighting for marriage equality now
Travel: Going gay at the Oktoberfest 2
11:27 AM — More than just the world’s biggest mug-clunking, beer-swilling and sausage gobbling festival in the world – on the first Sunday of Munich’s macho beer festival, the Oktoberfest turns a bright shade of pink when the Braurösl tent is filled to the rafters with 8,000 gay men. Most of them in scrumptiously tight-fitting lederhosen.
Former Mr Gay UK denies sex offence charges 6
10:32 AM — PC Mark Carter appeared at Leeds Crown Court yesterday to plead not guilty to five sexual assault charges relating to alleged events in December 2009.