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  • 30th December 2010

    Comment: If the BBC can’t stop offending gays, we should get a licence fee rebate, or quit paying 90

    Does the BBC deserve the LGBT community's money?

    8:19 PM — All too often, PinkNews.co.uk finds itself publishing stories relating to the BBC offending the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community. If it's not suggesting that lesbians are “munters”, allowing its highest paid presenters to continually be reprimanded by Ofcom for homophobia or hosting debates asking if gay people should be executed, it's soliciting views from abhorrent extremists on gay related issues.

  • 26th December 2010

    Video: The New York gay couple who have received hundreds of letters addressed to Santa Claus 16

    Jim and Dylan have received hundreds of letters

    1:33 PM — A gay couple living in Chelsea, New York City have received hundreds of letters from children all across New York hoping to reach Santa Claus. The couple, Jim and Dillon, have with the help of friends responded to hundreds of the letters but there remains a mystery as to where the children located their address.

  • 15th December 2010

    Video: New Zealand airline pulls ‘anti-gay’ scene from safety film 31

    Richard Kahui declines to kiss Will Coxhead

    5:00 PM — A New Zealand airline has ditched a scene from a safety video after complaints that it was anti-gay. Air New Zealand's inflight safety video features a flight full of rugby fans and some members of the All-Blacks national team.

  • 10th December 2010

    Scientists breed mice with two fathers 26

    A refined method could help gay men have children, researchers said.

    2:05 PM — Scientists have created mice with two fathers, suggesting that technology could one day be used to allow gay male couples the chance to have children with genes from both parents.

  • 1st December 2010

    Exclusive: NHS trust stops referrals for transgender treatment 104

    NHS Kent have stopped referrals for transgender treatment

    8:14 PM — An NHS trust has been criticised for temporarily stopping treatment referrals for transgender people. NHS West Kent is also ceasing referrals for gastric band surgery and couples seeking IVF but trans campaigners say people with these conditions do not have a high suicide rate, unlike trans people waiting for treatment.

  • 30th November 2010

    Need to find a condom? There’s an app for that 2

    iCondom is available in the iPhone App store

    11:00 PM — Launched ahead of World AIDS day, a new Apple iPhone application helps people find their nearest condom dispenser in two US cities. The launch of iCondom in the USA follows the launch of an app for Paris and Marseilles.

  • 19th November 2010

    Video: Prime minister David Cameron tells bullied gay kids ‘things will get better’ 39

    David Cameron recorded a message for gay teenagers

    2:44 PM — Prime minister David Cameron has added his voice to a campaign to support bullied gay, lesbian, bisexual and trans youngsters. Mr Cameron recorded a video message for gay charity Stonewall in which he urged bullied teens to talk to someone about their problems.

  • 26th October 2010

    Sesame Street’s Bert hints he’s gay but producers say no 10

    Ernie and Bert are not gay, Sesame Street executives said

    10:52 AM — Rumours have circulated for years that Sesame Street's Bert and Ernie are in a relationship and now Bert has hinted at it on Twitter. Bert, who shares a bed with Ernie, wrote on the Sesame Street Twitter feed during Pride season that his hair was "mo" - a slang word for gay.

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