7th April 2011
Scottish parliament elections: Labour and Lib Dems promise gay rights action 18
4:18 PM — The Scottish Labour and Liberal Democrat parties have made manifesto promises on marriage equality ahead of May's election. Labour - which is on an equal footing with the SNP in polls - says it will consult on the issue while the Lib Dems offer a firmer commitment.
Travel: Warm welcomes and good food in India 8
3:16 PM — After a 2009 court ruling decriminalising homosexuality, Sam Feller finds that India has plenty to offer gay travellers, including great food and welcoming people.
Study says 3.8 per cent of Americans are gay, bisexual or transgender 43
2:39 PM — A study suggests that 3.8 per cent of Americans are openly gay, bisexual or transgender. However, the number of those who say they have engaged in same-sex relationships or sexual behaviour is twice as high as 8.2 per cent - or 19 million people.
Gay man attacked at London cruising spot 198
12:23 PM — Police are investigating after a man's nose was broken in a homophobic attack on Clapham Common. The 42-year-old victim was at the popular cruising spot on Sunday April 3rd shortly before midnight when he was approached by three men who attacked him.
Video: Anti-gay Catholic archbishop slapped in face with custard pies 213
11:09 AM — A Belgian Catholic archbishop who said HIV is "justice" for gays has been hit in the face with custard pies. Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard, the head of the country's Catholic Church, was targeted on Tuesday while speaking at a university near Brussels.
Video: Christina Aguilera’s ‘Beautiful’ voted most gay-empowering song 28
10:19 AM — 'Beautiful' by Christina Aguilera has been voted the most empowering song of the last decade for gay, lesbian and bisexual people.
Smashing stereotypes with Pink Collar Boxing 110
9:27 AM — Gaydar Radio news editor Scott Roberts is preparing to fight in London's first ever Pink Collar Boxing show next week.
Prop 8 judge speaks for the first time about being gay 14
9:05 AM — The judge who struck down California's ban on gay marriage has spoken publicly for the first time about the fact he is gay. US District Judge Vaughn Walker, now retired, was outed during the course of last year's trial by a newspaper which said his sexuality was an open secret.