10th June 2011
30 Rock star Tracy Morgan: ‘I went too far with anti-gay jokes’ 66
5:47 PM — 30 Rock star Tracy Morgan has apologised for making anti-gay jokes at a recent gig in Nashville. The comedian said he "clearly went too far" with the remarks, which included saying he would stab his son to death if he came out as gay.
London council urges gay couples to become foster parents 113
5:09 PM — A London council is appealing for more gay couples to come forward to foster children in need of homes. Lambeth council says it particularly needs carers for teenagers, disabled children and those on remand.
Watch: Viral video shows the impact of homophobia 36
4:12 PM — A viral video by charity Albert Kennedy Trust (AKT) is raising awareness of the devastating impact homophobia can have. The film shows gay celebrities as people facing abuse, harassment, drug addiction and homelessness because of their sexual orientation.
Chloe Sevigny to play transgender assassin in British series 39
3:19 PM — Actress Chloe Sevigny will play a transgender assassin in a new British mini-series. Hit And Miss will begin filming this summer and tells the story of a trans hitwoman who discovers she fathered children before transitioning.
Canadian Catholic school bans rainbows 86
2:15 PM — A Canadian Catholic school has banned pupils from using rainbows, the symbol of the gay pride movement. St Joseph Catholic Secondary School in Ontario apparently told students holding a June 3rd anti-homophobia event that they couldn't use the colourful symbol.
30 Rock star Tracy Morgan accused of onstage anti-gay tirade 65
11:36 AM — 30 Rock star and comedian Tracy Morgan has been accused of an extreme anti-gay tirade onstage. An audience member at a recent Nashville show claimed the bawdy comic said he would kill his son if he turned out to be gay and that homosexuality is a "mistake".
Tens of thousands expected at Tel Aviv Gay Pride 11
10:34 AM — Tens of thousands of people are expected to join Tel Aviv Pride in Israel today. The day kicked off with a fair at Meir Park and will end with a party at Gordon Beach, where the march concludes.
Gay rights campaigners call for mosques to ban anti-gay speakers 127
9:56 AM — A group of gay rights campaigners has demanded that mosques in east London must ban homophobic speakers. The call follows a £100 fine for a man convicted of pasting anti-gay stickers around the area.