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  • 5th April 2006

    MTV launches gay mobile channel

    MTV has launched a phone service aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.

    12:00 AM — An MTV channel has launched a phone service aimed at the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.Logo has formed a partnership with Amp'd mobile to provide access to gay shows and advice on gay friendly places to visit.

  • 4th April 2006

    Aguilera buys lesbian Queen Victoria painting

    The painting was bought by Aguilera on a visit to a London art gallery

    12:00 AM — Singer Christina Aguilera is reported to have purchased a £25,000 painting which portrays Queen Victoria as a lesbian.The artwork is created by British graffiti artist, Banksy, it shows Britain's longest serving monarch, dressed in stockings and suspenders, sitting on the lap of another woman.

  • Gay film festival returns to the North

    The festival runs from April 28 to May 7

    12:00 AM — The 5th anniversary of Queer Screen will be celebrated at the end of this month when the Commonwealth Film Festival (ComFEST) returns to Manchester and the North West.Taking place over the second week-end of the festival, Queer Screen is a showcase of Gay and Lesbian documentaries, features and shorts from all over the world.

  • Keep Not Silent

    12:00 AM — This film explores the difficult subject of orthodox Jewish women living in Israel who try to reconcile their deep religious belief with (the forbidden) homosexual practice. The genre was more fly on the wall documentary than feature film and focused mainly on the real life stories of two lesbian women living in the ultra orthodox religious communities in Jerusalem.The first, a single woman, seeking understanding tolerance and acceptance from her family and permission from her rabbi to live as a lesbian women and practice her religion

  • Gay Disney World due in 2009 1

    Mickey Mouse may need to work his magic if the gay community flocks to this new park

    12:00 AM — Mickey Mouse may no longer be the big cheese in the theme park world as animatronic gay emperors and Cinderfella look set to take centre stage in a gay amusement resort.Due in 2009, the adults only destination, named Tongziland, has been given the go ahead by the Malaysian Authorities and will be built in Johor Bahru, aimed at affluent gay travellers.

  • Get a free meal at TGI Friday’s 4

    Get a free meal at TGI Friday's

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk is delighted to offer its readers that Friday feeling with a two for one meal coupon at American style bar and restaurant TGI Friday's.Stepping into TGI Friday's is like finishing work at the end of the week, everyday. Happy waiters greet you offering an abundance of drinks, fresh food, entertainment and comfort.

  • Website portrays gay ‘faggot’ Jesus 68

    The crucified Christ is labelled a “faggot“ in a painting by Becki Jayne Harrelson

    12:00 AM — A gay and lesbian themed website has been set up to focus on the idea of a queer Christ, in reaction to bans and attacks on exhibitions portraying Jesus as a woman or a gay man.The site, JesusInLove.org, displays a sign saying "faggot" on the cross above Jesus Christ, and looks at Christian events, such as Easter, from a gay context.

  • Hair straighteners star alongside Sharon Stone’s lesbian Basic Instinct romps

    Sharon Stone's character uses HA-Hair irons in the film

    12:00 AM — Hollywood star Sharon Stone is back as man-eater Catherine Tramell in Basic Instinct 2: Risk Addiction, and uses a pair of exclusive HA-Hair straightening irons to keep her luscious blonde locks styled to perfection throughout the film.HA-Hair irons are the most exclusive straightening irons on the market. They are stylishly designed, lightweight, and have their own temperature control system, which no other hair straightening brand offers.

  • 3rd April 2006

    FA reports homophobic abuse 1

    Todor Batkov, president  of Levski Sofia, called Mr Riley a homosexual after he sent off one of his side's strikers

    12:00 AM — The Football Association (FA) has complained to the Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) after a Bulgarian team president called British referee Mike Riley a "homosexual."Todor Batkov, president of Levski Sofia, called Mr Riley a homosexual after he sent off one of his side's strikers in an eventual loss to German club Schalke in the quarter finals of the European competition.

  • Celebrity support for gay charity night

    MPs and peers from all political parties attended, along with other well-known faces including film and stage star Sir Ian McKellen

    12:00 AM — Stonewall's eighth Equality Dinner, its highest profile annual fundraising event, raised over £216,000 at the Dorchester Hotel last week.Sponsored by UBS, it was one of their most successful annual dinners and the money raised will help Stonewall's ongoing campaigns, such as Education for All which tackles homophobia and homophobic bullying in schools.

  • Leicester keeps gay pride despite funding issues

    The festival, which attracts an estimated 10,000 visitors, will be scaled down due to a luck of sufficient funding.

    12:00 AM — Leicester Pride, the one day festival celebrating Leicester's gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities has been confirmed for Saturday 24th June 2006, despite financial difficulties.The festival, which attracts an estimated 10,000 visitors, will be scaled down due to a luck of sufficient funding.

  • Big Brother winner attacked

    Since leaving the Big Brother house the former dancer has released a keep fit DVD and appeared in panto.

    12:00 AM — Gay icon, Anthony Hutton, winner of Big Brother 2005, received minor facial injuries after being attacked in Manchester in the early hours of Sunday morning.The reality TV star, had hospital treatment for facial injuries after the incident which occurred after he left the Baby Grand nightclub in Manchester.

  • 31st March 2006

    Bahamas bans Brokeback Mountain

    Gay group, The Rainbow Alliance, called the ban a “farce“

    12:00 AM — Brokeback Mountain has been banned in the Bahamas, prompting accusations of discrimination and censorship.The Plays and Films Control Board is being pushed by cinemas and gay groups to change its decision which blocks any theatre screenings of the award winning gay cowboy movie at the request of the Bahamas Christian Council.

  • McKellen criticises Brokeback gay kiss fears 7

    McKellen slammed the 25 year old actor for not considering how his remarks would be interpreted from a gay stance

    12:00 AM — Gay actor Sir Ian McKellen has voiced his disapproval of Brokeback Mountain's Jake Gyllenhaal after he admitted he was scared about kissing co star Heath Ledger in the gay cowboy movie.McKellen slammed the 25 year old actor for not considering how his remarks would be interpreted from a gay view point.

  • ‘Homosexual’ referee lost cup game 1

    Mr Riley was blamed after sending off Levski player, Sedrik Bardon, which led to a surrender of their 1-0 lead

    12:00 AM — A Bulgarian football team lost a UEFA cup match because of a "homosexual" referee, according to the Levski Sofia team president.Todor Batkov called Mike Riley a homosexual after he sent off one of his side's strikers in an eventual loss to German club Schalke in the quarter finals of the European competition.

  • Gay star may be banned from US

    George Michael admitted the incident was his “own stupid fault,”

    12:00 AM — Gay star George Michael could face a ban from entering the US after being cautioned for drugs possession this week.A US immigration spokesman said the sentence could cause a problem for the former WHAM! front man if he ever wants to travel to America.

  • Church launches pro gay TV ad

    In addition to television spots, the UCC is purchasing internet ads and blogads as a way to boost the church's overall exposure during the three-week run

    12:00 AM — The United Church of Christ (UCC) will launch a gay inclusive TV commercial today, telling viewers "God doesn't reject people, neither do we.""Ejector seat," the UCC's newest television commercial, will begin airing nationally on April 3, just in time for Easter.

  • 30th March 2006

    Gay star gets drugs caution 5

    The former WHAM! member was taken into custody at the end of February

    12:00 AM — Gay singer George Michael has been given a police caution for drugs possession after he was found slumped at the wheel of his car in Hyde Park, London, last month.The former WHAM! member was taken into custody at the end of February when police arrested him on suspicion of possessing class C drugs and being unfit to drive.

  • Lesbian and Gay film festival rides into town

    Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal will appear  in a screening of award winning gay cowboy movie Brokeback Mountain

    12:00 AM — The 20th London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival was launched in the West End last night by former Friends star Lisa Kudrow.Leicester Square welcomed the comedy actress who played dipsy Phoebe in the sitcom, along with director Don Ross, who wrote Happy Endings, starring Kudrow, which was shown last night.

  • Busta Rhymes accused of homophobic attack 4

    Busta Rhymes allegedly shouted at a gay fan

    12:00 AM — The American rap star, Busta Rhymes allegedly lashed out at a young gay fan outside a gay night club in Miami earlier this week.The New York Post claims that the singer has been on edge since his bodyguard, Israel Ramirez, was shot dead last month in Brooklyn while guarding Rhymes' jewellery."The restaurant was packed with transvestites, gay men and drag queens, which obviously made Busta a little edgy," eyewitness Thomas Barker told the Post.

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