9th November 2008
Explore Barack Obama’s America with a trip to multi-racial Miami 2
8:45 PM — We woke up to a new America on Wednesday, and interest in visiting the country has rocketed. There were many Europeans who felt uncomfortable spending their Euros in the US.
7th November 2008
Stonewall stars hail Barack Obama’s election as US President 5
5:22 PM — Well-known faces from the worlds of media, television, music, politics and the arts were all full of hope about Barack Obama at last night's annual Stonewall Awards.
Celebs split over trans protest at Stonewall Awards 34
4:56 PM — The annual Stonewall Awards at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London last night had their first protest in their three year history.
It is time to take back the church says Stonewall’s Hero of the Year, Bishop Gene Robinson 7
3:47 PM — Gene Robinson, the Bishop of New Hampshire, was Stonewall's Hero of the Year at their annual awards ceremony last night.
Manchester’s gay radio station granted five-year FM licence
2:50 PM — A radio station for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans communities in Manchester has been awarded a five-year community radio licence.
The Simpsons accused of homophobia after “that’s so gay” dialogue 19
1:48 PM — TV cartoon show The Simpsons has been criticised by a gay advocacy group after a character used the word 'gay' to mean 'bad' or 'rubbish.'
“Gay cure” MP Iris Robinson voted Bigot of the Year at Stonewall Awards 29
12:41 AM — Northern Ireland politician Iris Robinson has been named as the Bigot of the Year at the Stonewall Awards.
6th November 2008
Trans protest at Stonewall Awards faces feminist counter-demo 21
4:50 PM — The decision to nominate Guardian journalist Julie Bindel for a Stonewall Awards has angered some in the trans community, and a picket of tonight's ceremony has been widely trailed on the internet.
Ian McKellen to support gay teen runaways at Village Drinks charity event 1
2:25 PM — Sir Ian McKellen is to share an exclusive evening with members of Village Drinks, the UK's leading community group for gay professionals, organisers have confirmed.
5th November 2008
US TV show Grey’s Anatomy drops lesbian character 1
3:41 PM — Actress Brooke Smith has said she is "surprised and disappointed" at the decision of ABC TV executives to axe her character from hit show Grey's Anatomy.
4th November 2008
Minister and leading MPs turn out for gay festival launch 3
12:46 PM — All three major political parties were represented at the launch of G-Fest at the House of Commons yesterday.
Oscar buzz surrounds Sean Penn’s portrayal of gay politician Harvey Milk
12:12 PM — The critics have heaped praise upon actor Sean Penn's performance in the biopic Milk, leading Hollywood watchers to suggest he may be nominated for an Oscar.
3rd November 2008
Borat’s gay alter-ego Bruno crashes vote Prop 8 rally 2
1:10 PM — British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen has taken part in a rally opposing gay marriage, in the guise of his character Bruno, an camp Austrian fashionista.
Tory leader attacks BBC as ‘out of touch’ and bloated 6
12:54 PM — David Cameron has said the BBC is bloated with over-paid executives and the corporation has "lost touch with the values of the people who support it through the licence fee."
Celebs raise funds for THT at supper club 2
12:32 PM — An ecelectic bunch of names turned out for this year's Terrence Higgins Trust Supper Club fundraiser.
Holyoaks Spoilers: Hannah and Elliot share a kiss
5:20 AM — Nancy starts off the week pretty upset that she might have blown things with Ravi. But she'll never admit that she might have been a bit rash in accusing him of being a pawn in one of Warren's shady drug deals. Will he forgive her?
2nd November 2008
Preview: Stephen Fry In America – Mountains And Plains 3
5:35 PM — Stephen Fry travels the entire length of America, a country that could nearly have been his home, as his road trip across all 50 States continues. He travels from the northern to southern borders, where he sees the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains and the prairies – "America's Breadbasket".
1st November 2008
Widdecombe defends constituency against homophobia charge 33
2:50 PM — Comedian Alan Carr has caused local upset in Kent after he claimed the town of Maidstone is both racist and homophobic.
31st October 2008
Singapore’s first gay protest postponed to allow for bigger event
5:49 PM — A small outdoor protest for gay rights due to take place in Singapore next month has been postponed because of the positive response from the gay community.
Gay School Musical to help homeless gay teens 1
3:37 PM — A new musical comedy "in a league-table of its own" will be performed next month in aid of a charity that supports gay young people who are homeless.