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05 November 2010

  • 5th November 2010

    Mid-term exit polls suggest a third of gay voters backed Republicans 31

    A third of gay voters surveyed said they voted Republican

    6:18 PM — Exit polls from this week's US mid-term elections suggest that almost a third of gay voters backed the Republican party.

  • Lesbian MEP accuses UKIP of homophobia 14

    Nikki Sinclaire claimed UKIP had been homophobic

    5:39 PM — A lesbian MEP for the West Midlands claims that UKIP discriminated against her on the grounds of her sexual orientation. Nikki Sinclaire was elected as a UKIP MEP last year but fell out with the party in January when she refused to sit with its EFD allies in the European Parliament.

  • Comment: When did gay men stop fighting HIV? 48

    Scott Roberts says the bigger picture on HIV is being missed

    4:34 PM — Scott Roberts argues that campaigners angry about the gay blood ban are missing the bigger picture and that the gay community should be enraged at the continuing gulf of health inequality around HIV and AIDS.

  • Mum’s defence of cross-dressing 5-year-old becomes internet hit 46

    Boo in his Daphne costume

    3:03 PM — A US mother has become an internet hit for defending her decision to let her son dress as a girl for Halloween. Missouri blogger Sarah wrote: "He's gay. Or he’s not. I don’t care. He is still my son."

  • Ian McKellen: Don’t call me ‘Sir’ 15

    Ian McKellen says he prefers not to use his title (Photo: Stefan Servos)

    2:28 PM — Veteran gay actor Ian McKellen has revealed that he does not like using his title of 'Sir', despite being knighted in 1991. The Lord of the Rings star was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Savannah Film Festival yesterday.

  • Stephen Fry returns to Twitter to say women do like sex 38

    Stephen Fry said that women do like sex

    12:18 PM — Stephen Fry, who angrily quit Twitter last week after being criticised for suggesting that women don't like sex, has returned to the blogging site. The broadcaster found himself in a storm of media attention after telling Attitude magazine that women only have sex because it is "the price they are willing to pay for a relationship".

  • Tory MP Chris Grayling named Stonewall ‘bigot of the year’ 36

    Chris Grayling was branded a 'bigot' at the award ceremony

    1:41 AM — Former shadow home secretary Chris Grayling was named 'Bigot of the Year' at Thursday night's Stonewall awards. Award winners included rugby player Gareth Thomas, The Times and actor John Partridge.

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