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  • 20th February 2006

    Internet rumours “name” bisexual football star 39

    The News of the World's photograph of the “bisexual“ stars

    12:00 AM — The internet has today been rife with rumours surrounding the identity of two leading Premiership footballers, filmed in a gay orgy and viewed by a reporter at the News of the World.The tabloid newspaper said that the footballers, who can not be named for legal reasons, were caught on camera in an orgy with well a known music industry figure. The newspaper claimed that one player engaged in sexual acts using a mobile phone as a sex toy.

  • Internet rumours “name” gay football star 23

    The News of the World's photograph of the “gay“ or “bisexual“ stars

    12:00 AM — The internet has today been rife with rumours surrounding the identity of two leading Premiership footballers, filmed in a gay orgy and viewed by a reporter at the News of the World.The tabloid newspaper said that the footballers, who can not be named for legal reasons, were caught on camera in an orgy with well a known music industry figure. The newspaper claimed that one player engaged in sexual acts using a mobile phone as a sex toy.

  • 19th February 2006

    Tottenham Hotspur to ban homophobic fans

    Offenders may be ejected from stadiums

    12:00 AM — Tottenham Hotspur are to become the first Premiership football club to ban homophobic chanting on the terrace. The club have warned fans that offenders may be ejected from premisses and risk having their season tickets voided.The club have instituted the rules following a series of homophobic chants directed at Tottenham's former captain, Sol Campbell during their recent home win over Charlton.

  • Brokeback Mountain rides away with four BAFTAs

    Jake Gyllenhaal, won the best supporting actor award for his portrayal of Jack Twist

    12:00 AM — The gay cowboy romance, Brokeback Mountain emerged as the victor at the BAFTAs, held in London this evening. The film scored best film whilst Ang Lee, received the best director award.Jake Gyllenhaal, won the best supporting actor award for his portrayal of Jack Twist. Speaking after the ceremony, he said: "It's just a pleasure to be a part of this movie and I can't even believe I've got this for it."

  • 17th February 2006

    Complaints over lesbian FCUKing ad 3

    two women are shown kissing and tearing each other's clothes off in between exchanging kicks and punches

    12:00 AM — A new French Connection advertising campaign has received over 60 complaints since its launch this week.Controversial designers, are looking to launch a fashion or style debate through the adverts which featuring raunchy lesbian scenes.In the fashion label's latest television and cinema ad campaign, two women are shown kissing and tearing each other's clothes off in between exchanging kicks and punches.

  • 16th February 2006

    Brokeback Mountain stars become “gay action figures” 1

    They come equipped with two horses, a campfire, a dog, a tent, a liquor bottle and a tree.

    12:00 AM — The stars of gay cowboy movie Brokeback Mountain are to be transformed into action figures.The Mirror reports that a fan has turned Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhall into dolls based on their characters in the hit film.They come equipped with two horses, a campfire, a dog, a tent, a liquor bottle and a tree.

  • Elton John wins damages for “rude” slur

    Sir Elton famously described a group of Tawianesse journalists and photographers as “ “rude, vile pigs”

    12:00 AM — The gay pop star Sir Elton John has accepted an undisclosed sum and an apology from the Sunday Times over an article which described him as "rude".Sir Elton, who famously described a group of Tawianesse journalists and photographers as " "rude, vile pigs" took offence at an article titled "Rock royals get too grand" which described his AIDS Foundation Summer Ball.

  • 15th February 2006

    Country singer releases gay cowboy song 2

    Willie Nelson features on the soundtrack of Brokeback Mountain with the song He Was A Friend of Mine

    12:00 AM — Country music singer Willie Nelson has written a song about a gay cowboy romance to coincide with hit film Brokeback Mountain's visit to the Oscars.The song, released on Valentines Day, is called Cowboys Are Secretly, Frequently (Fond of Each Other), it was originally written in 1981. It was played for the first time yesterday on US radio.

  • Singapore allows film fans to see Brokeback Mountain 5

    Promotional material for Brokeback Mountain in Singapore will carry a consumer advisory saying “mature theme, sexual scenes”

    12:00 AM — Cinemagoers in Singapore will be allowed to watch gay cowboy romance Brokeback Mountain without censorship from tomorrow.The Guardian reported that despite the island's strict homosexuality laws and definition of gay sex as gross indecency, film fans over 21 will be able to watch the highly acclaimed movie.

  • Fashion ad to feature lesbian kiss 3

    French Connection previously gained great success as well as condemnation for the suggestive FCUK logo, which stood for French Connection United Kingdom

    12:00 AM — Controversial designers, French Connection have attracted more controversy over a series of adverts featuring raunchy lesbian scenes.In the fashion label's latest television and cinema ad campaign, two women are shown kissing and tearing each other's clothes off in between exchanging kicks and punches.

  • 14th February 2006

    Gay bars not ready for smoking ban 1

    The research showed that the ban may have more of an impact on the customers

    12:00 AM — Research conducted by PinkNews.co.uk has revealed that gay venues in London are unprepared for a possible ban on smoking in public places.The city's top pubs and clubs were phoned and asked how much of an impact a ban would have on their trade. Some places had little idea about the legislation and others felt it would make no difference.

  • Heath Ledger in new gay role

    The Australian actor is favourite to land the role of the closeted actor, who died of an AIDS-related illness in 1985

    12:00 AM — The star of Brokeback Mountain, Heath Ledger, who won accolades for his performance as a gay cowboy, looks set to play a gay man again.He is rumoured to be lined up for the role of gay icon, Hollywood actor Rock Hudson.Movie site AintItCoolNews.com claims the Australian actor is favourite to land the role of the closeted actor, who died of an AIDS-related illness in 1985.

  • 13th February 2006

    NFL accused of homophobia

    Roy Simmons played for the New York Giants and is one of three NFL players to have ever come out

    12:00 AM — One of only three NFL players to ever publicly reveal his homosexuality says the league discriminated against him by refusing to let him into the Super Bowl earlier this month.Former New York Giants offensive lineman Roy Simmons said he wasn't granted media access to the game because he is gay and HIV positive, and because he has said other pro football players are closeted homosexuals.

  • Princess Diana’s home opened for gay weddings

    Gay couples will be able to consummate their marriage in the bedroom once shared by the Princess and her former husband, Prince Charles.

    12:00 AM — Earl Spencer, the brother of the late Diana, Princess of Wales has been accused of cashing in on his late sister's memory by opening up her ancestral home for gay weddings.Althrop House, where the late wife of Prince Charles was brought up, can be rented out for £50,000 as a luxury wedding venue for gay and straight couples.

  • 12th February 2006

    Gay star hits out at “old fashioned” Hollywood

    “The film industry is very old fashioned in California,“ Sir Ian said yesterday

    12:00 AM — Sir Ian McKellen, the openly gay star of the Lord of the Rings has criticised Hollywood's attitude to homosexuality during a speech at the Berlin Film Festival.Sir Ian who was receiving a lifetime achievement award said that it was very hard for gay actors in America to be open about their sexuality."The film industry is very old fashioned in California," he said.

  • “Bisexual football stars in gay orgy”- tabloid claims 23

    The newspaper claims that one player engaged in sexual acts using a mobile phone as a sex toy

    12:00 AM — A tabloid newspaper has today claimed that two leading Premiership footballers are bisexual and have engaged in a gay orgy.The News of the World, said that the footballers who can not be named for legal reasons were caught on camera in an orgy with well known music industry figure.The newspaper claims that one player engaged in sexual acts using a mobile phone as a sex toy.

  • 10th February 2006

    Good Night, And Good Luck

    12:00 AM — Considering that George Clooney's career started off with a pile of awful nonsense like Return to Horror High and Return of the Killer Tomatoes, and that his return to the big screen after finally getting famous with TV hospital drama ER was blighted by the disastrous campness of Batman and Robin and tedious nonsense of The Peacemaker, his successes of the last few years are nothing short of amazing.Not content with reviving both his own and director Steven Soderbergh's careers with a wonderfully charming performance in 1998's rom/com crime caper Out of Sight, he has gone on to turn in some genuinely great performances in a succession of modern classics.

  • Aeon Flux 1

    12:00 AM — In 1991 MTV introduced a new adult-themed cartoon to its Liquid Television series, a dialogue-free short packed with stylishly frenetic action and centred around a girl in a leather bikini who got killed every episode on some kind of impossible mission. By 1995, this short cartoon had been expanded into a series of half-hour shows, now with dialogue and with the fetish gear-clad heroine actually managing to survive.

  • The Fog

    12:00 AM — In 1980, writer/director John Carpenter scared the bejeezus out of everyone with his zombie ghost story The Fog - where a coastal town is terrorised by a strange mist and the loping masses of long-dead, cursed sailors. Its simplicity was a large part of its charm - it had no pretences to be anything other than a zombie horror B-movie, yet, by the standards of the time, its pacing and atmosphere were perfectly accomplished.

  • Casanova

    12:00 AM — Fresh from a much-lauded and award-nominated turn as a rugged and secretly gay cowboy coming to terms with his love for another man in Brokeback Mountain, Heath Ledger here returns to more familiar territory, proving both his rampant heterosexuality and his great comic timing. After all, how better to demonstrate that just because you've played a gay cowboy doesn't mean you're gay than by taking on the role of the most infamous seducer of women in history?

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