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  • 30th December 2010

    Exclusive- BBC: Gay execution supporter interview was required to ‘balance’ Elton John baby coverage 147

    Stephen Green is well known for his homophobic outbursts

    4:33 PM — The BBC has mounted a defence of its decision to include an interview with a supporter of state sponsored execution of gay men in its coverage of the birth of Sir Elton John and David Furnish's first child. A spokesman for the corporation told PinkNews.co.uk that the interview with a right-wing Christian fundamentalist allowed the BBC News at Six to reflect a genuine debate over the issue of surrogacy for gay couples.

  • Video: Taiwan TV animates Sir Elton and David’s baby’s birth, complete with bondage gear 27

    Sir Elton and David Furnish are featured in their underwear

    11:39 AM — Cult Taiwanese news programme, Next Media Animation (NMA), has given its own slant on the news that Sir Elton John and his partner David Furnish are celebrating the birth of their son, Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John. The animation features the couple in what appears to be some sort of bondage outfit playing with their child.

  • 29th December 2010

    Exclusive: Why did BBC call on Christian who supports execution of gays to comment on Sir Elton’s baby? 139

    Stephen Green speaking to the BBC last night

    3:46 AM — The BBC's flagship News at Six on BBC One featured a right-wing fundamentalist Christian who had previously supported the execution of gay people to comment on the birth of a surrogate son to Sir Elton John and his civil partner David Furnish. Incredibly, the BBC did not seem to realise that the same preacher had faced bankruptcy after losing an attempted private prosecution for blasphemy against the director general of the BBC after the character of Jesus described himself as "a little bit gay" in 'Jerry Springer: The Opera'.

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