10th February 2011
Catholic iPhone app helps you confess your homosexual sins on the go
8:15 PM — A Catholic iPhone app has been designed - that allows users to confess to homosexual sins without needing to see a priest.
Figures show 28% rise in London anti-gay hate attacks 72
5:36 PM — A month after a teenage girl was jailed for the manslaughter of a gay man, new figures have shown a rise in reported anti-gay hate attacks in London.
TV preview: Scott Mills explores homophobia in Uganda 56
5:32 PM — In a BBC Three programme to be broadcast next week, gay Radio 1 presenter Scott Mills travels to Uganda to find out about life for gay citizens.
Zoo names gay spider monkeys Elton and David 27
4:30 PM — A pair of male spider monkeys at Drayton Park Zoo have been named Elton and David by their keepers. The monkeys are "inseparable" and spend their time cuddling and kissing, the Staffordshire zoo said.
Ricky Martin honoured for promoting gay rights 23
4:04 PM — Ricky Martin is to be honoured by GLAAD for raising the profile of gay rights. The star will received the Vito Russo Award at the organisation's annual awards next month.
Polish MP sorry for ‘sexist’ lesbian joke 10
4:01 PM — A Polish MP has said sorry for a joke he made about about lesbians - although he maintains his views on homosexuality have not changed.
Mickey Rourke to watch Gareth Thomas match 13
2:33 PM — Mickey Rourke is set to watch gay rugby star Gareth Thomas play in Wales this weekend as preparation for a film about the player's life.
New reality TV show on Soho lesbian bar 9
1:38 PM — Lesbian club Candy Bar is to be the subject of a new Channel 5 fly-on-the-wall TV show. The six-part series will follow the lives of the Soho bar's staff as well as featuring gay club boss Gary Henshaw.
Shot pro-gay congresswoman begins speaking again 8
11:37 AM — Gabrielle Giffords, the Arizona congresswoman shot in the head last month, has begun speaking again. The pro-gay politician was seriously injured when a gunman opened fire on a meeting in a shopping mall.
Former newsreader Michael Buerk: ‘Don’t recruit presenters to fill lesbian or Asian quotas’ 50
11:01 AM — Former BBC newsreader Michael Buerk says presenters should not be hired just because they tick the right diversity boxes. He was speaking on ITV1's Tonight programme for a discussion on ageism at the BBC.