1st July 2008
Rosie O’Donnell denies breakup and “outs” gossip columnist
10:43 AM — Big gay Rosie O’Donnell gave original gossip girl, 90-year-old Cindy Adams, a taste of her own medicine. And she didn’t chase it with a spoonful of sugar!
25th June 2008
Gay rights foe accuses Obama of “distorting the Bible” 2
11:44 AM — Where there’s smoke, there’s usually Focus on the Family's James Dobson, and as Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama continues his outreach to evangelical voters, Dobson is accusing the Illinois Senator of distorting the Bible.
10th June 2008
Beauty without boldness
8:42 PM — It’s nice to be able to keep up with current trends in home furnishings and interiors but we also have to live in our homes, and while this season’s chocolate and mocha seem inviting, the similarly trendy fuchsia and aqua shades could prove a little irksome after time.
Travel: Indiana Jones style Latin America
8:12 PM — As heroic adventurer Indiana Jones gets set to return to the silver screen this year in the film Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull you might be left wishing you could have an adventure of your own.
7th June 2008
We never said Clinton had sex with actress claims Vanity Fair
4:51 PM — Magazine Vanity Fair has come underfire from both former US President Bill Clinton and gay and lesbian icon Gina Gershon for an article alleging her friendship with him might have gone to the next level.
5th June 2008
3:28 PM — Everyone likes a good prison break, as the producers of the American TV show of the same name can happily attest, now that they’re on their fourth series – despite the titular escape having successfully happened at the end of the first.
3rd June 2008
Actress denies affair with Bill Clinton
11:13 PM — Gay and lesbian icon Gina Gershon is smokin' mad about a new Vanity Fair article alleging her friendship with former President Bill Clinton might have gone to the next level.
27th May 2008
COMMENT: Gay students abandoned by parents enter ‘postcode lottery’ 1
3:42 PM — Two years ago at the age of 19, James left home after his stepfather repeatedly beat him because he was gay. As a result, he ended up spending a year living on the streets.
22% of American gays have no health insurance 1
11:29 AM — Nearly one in four gay and lesbian adults in the US lack health insurance and are nearly twice as likely as their heterosexual counterparts to have no health insurance coverage.
Ballot measure could threaten gay marriage in California
11:10 AM — Human Rights Campaign, America's largest gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender civil rights organisation, has pledged an initial contribution of $500,000 to protect marriage equality in California.
14th May 2008
Hillary vows to continue her fight after West Virginia win 1
11:16 AM — Despite trailing democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama in overall delegates, Hillary Clinton says she's "more determined than ever" after winning West Virginia by more than 40-percent.
9th May 2008
One in five US gays and lesbians writes a blog 1
10:22 AM — According to a recent survey of Americans conducted by Harris Interactive, gay and lesbian adults online are reading and writing more blogs than their heterosexual counterparts.
25th January 2006
USA votes with Iran to deny gay rights representation at the UN 1
12:00 AM — The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force has denounced the United States' vote against two gay rights organizations' applications to join the United Nations Economic and Social Council.The United States joined the repressive, anti-gay regimes of Iran, Zimbabwe, China, Cameroon and others in voting against even granting a hearing to the application of the International Lesbian and Gay Association (ILGA) and the Danish Association of Gays and Lesbians (Landsforeningen for Bosser og Lesbiske — LBL).
22nd October 2005
Authors support USA school challenged for studying gay book
12:00 AM — A private school in Texas recently returned a three million dollar donation rather than submit to the donor's request that a controversial book be removed from the school's reading list.A group of teen book authors was so impressed by the school's actions that they gave themselves a name, Authors Supporting Intellectual Freedom (or AS IF!), and are now all donating signed copies of their books, which the school will display in a planned 'Freedom Library'.
10th October 2005
Gay Vicars To Defy Archbishops on Celibacy
12:00 AM — Gay members of the clergy within the Church of England are reportedly planning to defy the body's call for celibacy among gay civil partners, according to recent reports in the Daily Telegraph.
US Supreme Court Slams Anti-Gay Judges
12:00 AM — Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is up in arms about judges who he claims are deciding moral issues not addressed in the Constitution, including gay rights, abortion and the death penalty.
Gay Fund for Hurricane Katrina Victims
12:00 AM — In response to the trail of destruction that Hurricane Katrina blazed throughout Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Rainbow World Fund (RWF) is launching a Hurricane Katrina Relief Campaign.
Gay Marriage Challenge in Maryland, USA
12:00 AM — The American Civil Liberties Union has asked a Maryland circuit court to strike down a state law than bars same-sex couples from marriage and the hundreds of family protections afforded to married couples."The Maryland constitution requires that the state treat all Marylanders equally," said Ken Choe, a Senior Staff Attorney with the ACLU's Lesbian and Gay Rights Project who argued the case.
US Court Makes Landmark Decision Over Gay Parental Rights
12:00 AM — The Supereme Court of Pennsylvania has affirmed a lower court ruling awarding custody of twins to Patricia Jones, a lesbian mother, ruling that Jones would provide a better home than her ex-partner, Ellen Boring (the children's biological parent).
Poll questions US Army’s approach to gays 1
12:00 AM — Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN) has questioned the results of a new poll exploring the impact of the military's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' ban on the decision of potential recruits to enlist.Similar polls conducted in Canada and Britain prior to the repeal of gay bans in those nations predicted dire consequences if gays were allowed to serve openly, yet those predictions never materialized after the fact, the group said this week.