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  • 25th February 2010

    Beverly Hills denounces anti-gay beauty queen 26

    Lauren Ashley was rejected by Beverly Hills city. (Photo: YouTube)

    11:25 AM — The city of Beverly Hills has rejected Lauren Ashley, the beauty queen who said that God wanted gay people dead. Ms Ashley, a contestant in the Miss California pageant, claimed to hold the title of Miss Beverly Hills, but a statement from the city says there is no such role.

  • 24th February 2010

    Would-be Miss California says God wants gays dead 64

    Lauren Ashley gave her views on gay marriage (Photo: YouTube)

    11:56 AM — A contestant for the 2010 Miss California pageant has given her views on same-sex marriage, saying that the Bible is "pretty black and white" on what should happen to gays.

  • 19th February 2010

    Jesus was gay, says Elton 57

    The star claimed Jesus was gay

    12:20 PM — Elton John has said that Jesus was a "super-intelligent" gay man In a magazine interview, in which he also discussed his former drug addiction, the singer spoke his mind about the son of God.

  • 17th February 2010

    Anti-gay cure group to protest outside Christian convention 53

    A similar protest in April (Photo: Nicolas Chinardet)

    6:38 PM — Gay campaigners are to protest outside a gay cure conference in Northern Ireland this weekend. Christian group Core Issues is holding a conference with the Rev Mario Bergner, who claims to have been turned away from homosexuality by God.

  • 16th February 2010

    London’s Lesbian and Gay Film Festival to open next month 2

    The film festival begins next month

    6:21 PM — The 24th Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is to take place in London next month at the British Film Institute. The event will be held between 17th and 31st March 2010 at the BFI Southbank.

  • 2nd February 2010

    NHS ‘paying for ex-gay therapy’ 101

    Some doctors are apparently referring patients to ex-gay therapists

    12:37 PM — The National Health Service is paying for people to have therapy to turn them straight, it has been claimed. According to an investigation by the Independent, some GPs are referring people to 'reparative' therapists to help them change their sexual orientation.

  • 29th January 2010

    Protests over Super bowl ads for anti-gay Christian group 7

    The Super Bowl is on Sunday

    7:19 PM — A gay group is protesting over the decision of US television network CBS to show an advert by Focus on the Family during the Super Bowl next Sunday.

  • 12th January 2010

    Campaign to make Mrs Robinson number one 20

    Iris Robinson had an affair with a 19-year-old

    12:15 PM — An internet campaign has begun to make Mrs Robinson by Simon and Garfunkel number one in the charts. It follows the scandal surrounding homophobic Northern Ireland MP Iris Robinson's dalliances with a man young enough to be her grandson.

  • 8th January 2010

    Gay magazine wants Iris Robinson’s young lover on the cover 36

    Attitude offered Kirk McCambley the cover (Photo: BBC)

    1:07 PM — Gay magazine Attitude is offering Iris Robinson's 21-year-old toyboy a chance to appear on its cover. Kirk McCambley was 19 when he had an affair with the 60-year-old Northern Ireland MP.

  • 6th January 2010

    Anti-gay MP Iris Robinson attempted suicide after affair 107

    Iris Robinson admitted having an affair

    7:44 PM — Iris Robinson, the homophobic Northern Ireland MP, has admitted she tried to commit suicide after having an affair. The MP announced last month she was leaving politics due to mental health issues last month.

  • Video: David Letterman attacked for skit on Obama-appointed trans woman 20

    David Letterman was criticised for the skit

    1:18 PM — US television host David Letterman was attacked for a joke about Amanda Simpson, the trans woman appointed by President Barack Obama.

  • 24th December 2009

    Archbishop of York speaks out on Uganda’s anti-homosexuality bill 28

    Archbishop of York John Sentamu said the bill was "victimising"

    12:32 PM — Archbishop of York John Sentamu, who was born in Uganda, has condemned the country's plans to introduce the death penalty of life imprisonment for gays. Speaking to Radio 4's Today programme this morning, he criticised the "victimising" language in the bill and said the communion was "committed" to listening to the experiences of gay people.

  • God Hates Fags church hates Lady Gaga 37

    Lady Gaga 'promotes homosexuality', the church says

    11:00 AM — Westboro Baptist Church has announced it will picket a January gig by gay-friendly singer Lady Gaga. The church, best known for its slogan of God Hates Fags, said in a press release it would protest outside a St Louis concert on January 7th.

  • 23rd December 2009

    Head of Russian Orthodox Church condemns discrimination against gays 28

    Patriarch Kirill said gays must not be discriminated against

    4:09 PM — The head of the Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, has said that although homosexuality is still a sin, gay people must not be discriminated against.

  • 21st December 2009

    Christian leader supports death penalty for gays 87

    Christian Voice opposes abortion, homosexuality, no-fault divorce and safer sex education. Additionally it supports the death penalty and does not recognise the concept of marital rape

    12:06 PM — A far right Christian group has urged fellow Christians to support Uganda's proposed law that would make homosexuality punishable by death. The law would impose the death penalty on those convicted of having gay sex with a minor or disabled person or someone infected with HIV.

  • 16th December 2009

    More schools running ‘anti-gay’ Christian crash-courses 16

    Some schools are joining the Youth Alpha course

    2:19 PM — Increasing numbers of schools are opting to run a youth version of the Alpha course, it has been reported. The adult ten-week evangelical courses act as an introduction to Christianity but have been criticised for being anti-gay and manipulative.

  • 14th December 2009

    Archbishop of Canterbury makes first public statement on Uganda’s anti-gay law 28

    Dr Rowan Williams said the bill was "shocking"

    11:49 AM — The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams has made his first public statement on the proposed anti-gay bill passing through Uganda's parliament.

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