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  • 1st March 2012

    Over 30,000 Gaydar users opt in to STI notifications 9

    More than 31,000 members have signed up

    1:29 PM — Backers of a new service which asks online dating site users to opt-in to receive updates from former partners who are diagnosed with sexually transmitted infections have welcomed the take-up among the gay community.

  • 14th February 2012

    Gaydar’s £300,000 fraudster must repay £2 this month 9

    Bishop has no assets so must only pay a nominal £2 charge

    10:58 AM — A man who was jailed after trawling Gaydar to steal from gay men must immediately repay only £2 of the £300,000 he acquired and forfeit any future windfalls when he leaves prison.

  • 28th September 2011

    Gaydar fraudster jailed for four years 21

    Mark Bishop has been jailed for four years and three months

    4:59 PM — A man who trawled Gaydar to find victims to steal from has been jailed for four years and three months. Mark Andrew Bishop, 37, of no fixed abode, stole £300,000 from one of his nine known victims, although police say he may have targeted many more men.

  • 20th July 2011

    Gay men ‘unaware of HIV symptoms’ 53

    HIV experts say gay men need to be aware of HIV symptoms so they can get early treatment

    5:30 PM — Sixty per cent of gay men are unaware of the symptoms of early HIV infection, a large-scale survey has found. According to the research by National AIDS Trust, most of the men surveyed could not name the ‘triad’ of a sore throat, rash and fever as the most common symptoms occurring together.

  • 24th June 2011

    Women’s gaydar ‘better during ovulation’ 22

    Ovulating women have better gaydar, the study claimed

    4:27 PM — A small-scale study suggests that women's ability to tell whether men are gay improves during the most fertile phase of their menstrual cycle. According to researchers at the University of Toronto, women who are ovulating are better at deciding which men are gay than women who are not.

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