Enter your email address to receive our daily LGBT news roundup

You're free to unsubscribe at any time.

Entertainment

  • 25th April 2008

    Eurovision organisers meet with Serbian police to guarantee LGBT safety 3

    A record number of 43 countries will be represented at the 53rd Eurovision Song Contest

    4:29 PM — Organisers from the Eurovision song contest have met with Serbian police officials to discuss the possibility of homophobic violence at this years event.

  • Footballers launch anti-homophobia campaign in honour of Justin Fashanu 2

    Cover of Gay Times issue 154 from 1991 - Justin was the worlds first openly gay professional footballer

    10:08 AM — A campaign is being launched to help stamp out homophobia in British football. Justin is a campaign against homophobia in football that aims to, "vindicate the memory of Justin Fashanu, the world’s first openly gay professional footballer."

  • 23rd April 2008

    Persepolis

    8:07 PM — When fans of comic books want to prove to doubters that such things are not "just for kids", as so many people seem to believe, there are a few examples they always use to demonstrate the point beyond doubt.

  • The Eye

    7:57 PM — For a young actress trying to prove her mettle, appearing in a horror film can seem like a canny move. So little wonder Jessica Alba has now decided to do a horror film and, specifically, a remake of a South-East Asian horror flick.

  • Fools Gold

    7:32 PM — It wouldn't be Spring without a bit of romance in the air, yet this month sees a surprising lack of films revolving around love and relationships. What we do get, is this unusual romantic comedy.

  • Peers vote for freedom to criticise the LGBT community 27

    Religious groups will also welcome the amendment

    10:19 AM — Peers have made an amendment to the Criminal Justice Bill that will protect the freedom of speech of comics, rap artists and those who criticise other people’s sexuality.

  • 22nd April 2008

    Polish official who accused Tinky Winky of being gay resigns 3

    Tinky Winky is the largest of the Teletubbies. He is sometimes found dancing in a ballet-style tutu from time to time, which is also often worn by Laa-Laa.

    3:10 PM — A Polish official who questioned the sexuality of Teletubbies character, 'Tinky Winky' has resigned from office. Eva Sowinska last year said she would ask psychologists to investigate whether the purse-carrying character was gay and promoted homosexuality.

  • Research shows blogs more popular with LGBT community 1

    The rise in popularity of blogs is good news for advertisers

    2:27 PM — According to a recent national survey gay and lesbian adults reading more blogs than their heterosexual counterparts.

  • CNN reporter arrested in compromising situation 3

    Richard Quest is one of the most instantly recognisable members of the CNN team

    11:59 AM — A British born news anchor for American news channel CNN has been arrested for loitering and possession of an illegal substance. Richard Quest, 46, was challenged by police in New York's Central park.

  • 21st April 2008

    Derren Brown speaks of his “perfect” boyfriend 2

    Derren Brown's TV performances have been controversial

    3:11 PM — One of the UK's best-known mentalists has spoken to The Sun newspaper about his sexual orientation. Under the headline "I'm A Mind Bender" Derren Brown revealed he has a boyfriend.

  • Online gay museum opens for business

    Proud Heritage seeks to reformulate how a museum can be in the 21st Century

    1:59 PM — Museum professionals have feted the launch of the online national LGBT museum Proud Heritage. The website has its first working day open to the public today. Plans for a physical museum were discussed at the Stonewall hustings for the candidates for Mayor of London on Saturday.

  • N’Sync star speaks out for Day of Silence

    The former N'Sync star recorded the spot to promote the National Day of Silence

    10:05 AM — Proudly out former boy band star Lance Bass speaks out against gay discrimination in a new public service announcement for the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network released this week.

  • US gay couples struggle to divorce: the week in review 1

    Domestic partnership laws benefit same-sex couples but the rules surrounding divorce are not as clear cut

    9:45 AM — After years of fighting for equal treatment in regards to marriage, some gay couples are finally hearing the other shoe drop.

  • 18th April 2008

    Fight hate crime with a springtime walk in Brighton

    The Brighton Equality Walk is one of the highlights of Stonewall's year

    12:12 PM — Gay and lesbian people and their friends have been signing up for a major gay day out in Brighton during the May bank holiday. The 5th Annual Equality Walk is a demonstration of solidarity against hate crime.

  • SATC star reveals fight with breast cancer

    42-year-old Nixon said she was not surprised by the diagnosis

    10:20 AM — Actress Cynthia Nixon was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006 and underwent radiation treatment to treat the disease, the Sex and the City star revealed on Tuesday Appearing on Good Morning America. 42-year-old Nixon said she was not surprised by the diagnosis because her mother had battled breast cancer as well.

  • 17th April 2008

    Ken tours London’s gay bars with his posse 22

    Ken's whole Soho walkabout was part farce, part hard-nosed politics

    3:49 PM — It was a surreal moment in an already bizarre election; Ken Livingstone standing at the bar in Comptons, chatting happily to bears about his plans for London if he's elected for a third time as the city's Mayor. Ken's whole Soho walkabout was part farce, part hard-nosed politics.

  • A brief history of homosexuality, played out in Vauxhall

    Timberlina was described by Time Out as somewhere between Kenny Everett and Brian Cant

    1:50 PM — Billed as a shambolic evening of informative entertainment, audience participation and politics, the House of Homosexual Culture and Timberlina will present A Brief History of Homosexuality later this month.

  • US Christian celebrity comes out 5

    For a year and a half, Southworth, 21, has hosted and produced the syndicated show The Remix

    1:06 PM — Hath hell frozen over? Azariah Southworth, Nashville resident and host of the famed Christian youth show The Remix, has publicly announced he is gay. "This has been a long time coming. I'm in a place where I’m at peace with my faith."

  • Royal took drugs, court told

    The Royal Blackmail plot has excited the media around the world

    4:08 AM — The Old Bailey was told yesterday that the Royal at the centre of a gay sex blackmail plot took drugs. The court also heard a comparision to a Royal aide and the BBC Are You Being Served character Mr Humphries. The Royal can't be named due to a court order.

  • 16th April 2008

    TV duo become civil partners in Chelsea ceremony 10

    The Scottish duo have told the press several times they intend to get hitched.

    3:20 PM — Interior designers Colin McAllister and Justin Ryan have become civil partners. The Channel Five stars held a secret ceremony in London last month.Details of their nuptials at Chelsea Old Town Hall in London on February 15th have only come to light now.They first announced their intention to 'tie the knot' in January 2007. Commenting on the delay Mr Ryan, 41, said: "For some reason, we have never got round to making it legal."

Latest stories

See all