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11 October 2011

  • 11th October 2011

    Gay reverend hits back at Scottish Catholic leaders 35

    The Scottish government is holding a gay marriage consultation (Photo: Ludovic Bertron)

    4:18 PM — The openly gay reverend of an Episcopal church in Scotland has hit back at anti-gay Catholic leaders. The Very Reverend Kelvin Holdsworth, Provost of the Episcopal Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin, said he was "embarrassed" by the remarks of faith leaders on gay marriage.

  • Johannesburg police dismiss ‘gay serial killer’ reports 14

    Police say there is no evidence of a serial killer

    3:44 PM — Police in Johannesburg, South Africa, say there is no evidence a serial killer is targeting gay men. According to the Star newspaper, there have been six killings of gay men over the last 18 months which bear similarities.

  • California removes surgery requirement for transgender birth certificates 29

    California's governor signed two transgender laws

    3:12 PM — California's governor Jerry Brown has signed a law to make it easier for transgender people to get a revised birth certificate Previously, transgender people had to provide proof of surgery to obtain a birth certificate in the appropriate gender.

  • Mary Portas calls Cabinet women ‘an ugly bunch’ 51

    Mary Portas: Unimpressed by Cabinet fashion

    2:12 PM — Retail guru Mary Portas has called David Cameron's female cabinet ministers 'an ugly bunch'. The lesbian presenter, who was appointed by Mr Cameron to help save small shops, said ministers including Theresa May, Baroness Warsi and Caroline Spelman need a bit of "sex and glamour".

  • Home HIV tests ‘should be legalised’ 48

    Home HIV tests are currently illegal

    1:29 PM — Almost two-thirds of people would consider using HIV home testing kits if they were legally available and regulated in the UK, a survey has found.

  • Scottish faith groups want gay marriage referendum 36

    The faith groups want a referendum on gay marriage

    1:21 PM — Two Scottish faith groups are calling for a referendum on gay marriage. Dundee-based Solas and the Free Church say voters should be allowed to choose whether Scotland allows gay couples to wed.

  • Nicole Kidman’s transgender film shelved 16

    Nicole Kidman's film company is making The Danish Girl

    11:07 AM — A Nicole Kidman film about a transgender painter has been shelved after another star pulled out. Kidman hopes to play artist Lili Elbe before and after transition in a film titled The Danish Girl.

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