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  • 19th February 2010

    US politician apologises for remarks on anal sex 43

    Nancy Elliot (centre) at last week's hearing

    5:17 PM — A New Hampshire politician has apologised for graphic remarks she made about anal sex. State representative Nancy Elliott made her comments during a judiciary committee hearing last week on proposals to repeal the state's gay marriage law.

  • Man called Gay changes surname to join the Navy 25

    Mr Gay hopes to join the Royal Navy

    1:00 PM — A man called Tristram Gay is changing his name because he fears he will get bullied in the Navy for it. The 21-year-old, of St James, Hereford said he had been the target of jokes all his life.

  • 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.

  • 18th February 2010

    Gay ‘mercy killing’ presenter Ray Gosling released on bail 8

    Ray Gosling has been released on bail

    4:50 PM — Gay BBC presenter Ray Gosling has been released on police bail. Mr Gosling, 70, was arrested yesterday morning by Nottinghamshire police on suspicion of murder after claiming to have killed a former partner who was dying of AIDS.

  • BBC presenter Ray Gosling held overnight over mercy killing 1

    Ray Gosling is in custody

    2:45 PM — Gay BBC presenter Ray Gosling was held in police custody last night after he claimed to have killed a former lover who was dying from AIDS.

  • 17th February 2010

    Police arrest gay BBC presenter after mercy killing confession 36

    Ray Gosling has been arrested

    11:57 AM — Ray Gosling, the veteran BBC presenter who admitted killing a former lover who was dying of AIDS, has been arrested. Mr Gosling, 70, made the confession in the BBC's Inside Out programme which was aired on Monday night.

  • 16th February 2010

    Another man arrested in Malawi 5

    Another man has been arrested in Malawi

    5:21 PM — Another man has been arrested on homosexuality charges in Malawi. Police spokesman Dave Chingwalu said a 60-year-old man was arrested on Monday and charged with sodomy.

  • Gay man jailed for ‘reckless’ HIV transmission 14

    Mark James was sentenced to more than four years in jail

    11:59 AM — A gay man who absconded to France after being convicted for recklessly infecting his former boyfriend with HIV was arrested when he returned to the UK for cancer treatment.

  • 15th February 2010

    South African man wins Mr Gay World 2010 31

    Charl Van den Berg won the Mr Gay World contest

    6:50 PM — A South African man has scooped the title of Mr Gay World 2010. Charl Van den Berg, a 28-year-old restaurateur from Cape Town, was named the winner at a ceremony in Oslo, Norway, yesterday.

  • Trans man Thomas Beatie pregnant for the third time 26

    Thomas Beatie during his first pregnancy

    5:51 PM — Thomas Beatie is reportedly pregnant with his third child. US website Momlogic.com said that Beatie was pregnant again but did not confirm a due date.

  • Man still has to declare 51-year-old buggery conviction 65

    John Crawford is fighting to have his conviction removed

    11:51 AM — A gay man who was convicted of buggery 51 years ago is fighting to clear his name and have the conviction removed from his criminal record.

  • 3rd February 2010

    Colin Firth receives Oscar nod for A Single Man 3

    Colin Firth has been nominated for an Oscar

    12:11 PM — Colin Firth has been nominated for an Oscar for his performance as a gay professor in A Single Man. Nominations for the annual awards were announced yesterday and the star is in the running for best actor.

  • 2nd February 2010

    Colin Firth says there are ‘invisible boundaries’ for gay actors 38

    Colin Firth said gay actors face barriers

    1:11 PM — Colin Firth has suggested that there are "invisible boundaries" preventing out gay actors from taking leading roles. Firth, a straight actor who played a gay man in Tom Ford's directorial debut A Single Man, said he felt "complicit" in the problem of gay actors losing out on parts.

  • 28th January 2010

    Oxford man stabbed in ‘homophobic’ attack 36

    The man was stabbed yesterday evening

    6:19 PM — A 26-year-old Oxford man is in hospital after he was stabbed in what police believe was a homophobic attack. Two people have been arrested.

  • 27th January 2010

    Illegal cab driver jailed for sex attacks on gay men 4

    Mohamad Caid was jailed for ten years

    4:45 PM — A Deptford man who posed as a taxi driver has been jailed for ten years for raping one man and sexually assaulting another. Mohamad Caid, 38, was convicted last month of rape, attempted rape, sexual assault and two charges of false imprisonment. He was told he would serve at least five years.

  • Trans man is third to carry a child 42

    The couple are expecting their baby next month

    1:02 PM — A trans man in California has revealed he is expecting a baby next month. Scott Moore, 30, is thought to be the third trans man to go public with his pregnancy after American Thomas Beatie and Spanish man Ruben Noe Coronado.

  • 24th January 2010

    Film Review: The Road

    The Road is out now

    12:02 AM — This month heralds the much-anticipated release of The Road. This adaptation of the seminal book by Cormac McCarthy certainly has plenty to live up to with the cult following of the novel leading to the usual poor expectations of the movie version. However, it appears that the critics will be silenced as John Hillcoat has successfully recreated the post-apocalyptic world that was so vividly, if sparingly, portrayed by McCarthy.

  • 19th January 2010

    California gay marriage trial hears gay parents raise ‘well-adjusted’ children 6

    The trial continues

    11:52 AM — The ongoing trial on gay marriage in California heard has heard that gay parents raise happy and healthy children. Cambridge University psychologist Michael Lamb testified that there was no evidence of children faring worse in same-sex headed families.

  • 18th January 2010

    Trans man wins Facebook victory over banned photos 12

    One of Dominic Scaia's new photos (Facebook)

    4:53 PM — A Canadian trans man who was barred from Facebook for posting an image of his chest reconstruction has been allowed back on the site. Dominic Scaia challenged the social networking site over the policy.

  • 15th January 2010

    New York men charged with hate crime over gay beating

    The men were charged with hate crimes

    6:40 PM — Two men from the Queens area of New York have been charged with hate crimes after an attack on a gay man. Daniel Rodriguez, 21, and Daniel Aleman, 26, are accused of beating and robbing 49-year-old Jack Price.

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