31st January 2012
Comment: The story of LGBT History Month 10
4:22 PM — Sue Sanders writes about the background to the annual LGBT History Month, which was first celebrated in 2005 and begins its eighth national incarnation tomorrow.
Glee’s gay troublemaker role ‘drew death threats’ 20
3:14 PM — Grant Gustin said he was told on Twitter: "If you break up Klaine, I will find you and I will kill you."
Cynthia Nixon: My bisexuality was not a choice, my gay relationship is 73
2:20 PM — In a statement given to the American gay magazine The Advocate, Cynthia Nixon has addressed the confusion which followed her comments on sexuality.
Gay footballers film boosts BBC3 audience by 50% 55
12:47 PM — Britain's Gay Footballers, the BBC3 documentary shown last night examining the lack of openly gay players in the British game, drew 2.8% of the viewing audience.
Comment: The Canadian rule which bans transgender flight 39
11:48 AM — Jane Fae examines the rules, introduced last July but only now coming to light, which state that an air carrier “shall not transport a passenger if [...] the passenger does not appear to be of the gender indicated on the identification he or she presents”.
Upstairs Downstairs to return with lesbian romance 10
11:29 AM — BBC period drama Upstairs Downstairs will feature a lesbian plot line when it returns this spring, one of the show's writers has revealed.
Comment: Archbishop Sentamu has no right to block gay civil marriages 49
10:59 AM — Peter Tatchell argues that Archbishop Sentamu has no right to block gay civil marriages, the clergyman's demand for discrimination against gay couples is itself dictatorial and Anglican leaders are divisive, intolerant and out of touch.
German trans girl ‘to be institutionalised’ 70
10:31 AM — News that an 11 year old trans girl in Berlin, Germany, is about to be committed to a mental institution by local authorities – following intervention by her absent father – has prompted grave concern by the International LGBTQ Youth and Student Organisation.
Rebel alliance slams Star Wars game over gay characters 32
10:04 AM — It could be described as a period of uncivil war, the Family Research Council striking from a hidden base in Washington, DC, attempting to win their first victory against the Bioware gaming empire. Only in this case, the empire seems to be doing good.