6th April 2011
5,000-year-old ‘transgender’ skeleton discovered 114
4:26 PM — Archaeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old skeleton which they believe may be the remains of a transgender person. The male skeleton was found in a suburb of Prague and is buried in a manner previously only seen for female burials.
Hawaii moves forward with workplace transgender protection bill 3
4:02 PM — A bill to protect trans people from discrimination at work is moving forward in Hawaii. It has already been passed in the House and was approved by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday.
Lesbian and bisexual women urged to have cervical screening 2
2:42 PM — The Lesbian and Gay Foundation is urging lesbians and bisexual women to go for cervical smear tests. The charity says some lesbian and bi women may not be aware they could be at risk of cervical cancer.
Hungary gay groups to protest against new constitution 22
1:50 PM — Gay rights groups in Hungary are to protest over the country's new draft constitution, which they say includes a ban on same-sex marriage.
New version of novel ‘From Here to Eternity’ to contain gay references 2
12:57 PM — A new version of the novel 'From Here to Eternity' will contain the gay references originally included by author James Jones. The book inspired one of film's most famous heterosexual kisses, between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr.
Court backs Wal-Mart sacking of anti-gay Christian worker 61
10:38 AM — A court has backed US retail giant Wal-Mart for sacking an anti-gay worker who claimed she was a victim of discrimination for being a Christian.
New biography claims Malcolm X had bisexual affair with white man 73
9:43 AM — A new biography of black radical activist Malcolm X has repeated claims that he was bisexual. According to 'Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention', he had a relationship with a white businessman.
Civil partnerships legal on Isle of Man 16
9:11 AM — Gay couples on the Isle of Man can now apply to have a civil partnership. A new law came into force today and the first ceremonies can take place next week.