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  • 2nd June 2014

    US: Idaho governor requests 11-judge panel hear appeal against same-sex marriage 1

    Butch Otter has requested the appeals court hear the case en banc

    9:08 PM — The governor of Idaho has requested his appeal against a ruling striking down the state's marriage ban be heard by an 11-judge panel.

  • 6th September 2013

    Photos: InterTech Diversity Forum panel discussion on LGBT start-ups at Google London

    The Talk Nerdy to Me panel discussion took place in London on Wednesday

    4:05 PM — The first in a series of panel discussions featuring LGBT members of the start up community took place at Google's Central Saint Giles offices in London on Wednesday evening, hosted by the InterTech Diversity Forum.

  • 9th February 2011

    Wisconsin lesbian minister could be removed from clergy 7

    Rev DeLong (right) and her partner Val (Photo: Reconciling Ministries Network)

    1:34 PM — A lesbian minister in the US state of Wisconsin is to appear before a church trial. Rev Amy DeLong will face charges after she presided over a 2009 ceremony for a lesbian couple and registered her own relationship as a domestic partnership.

  • 8th February 2011

    Podiatrist found guilty of misconduct over ‘gay’ patients 27

    The podiatrist was found guilty of misconduct

    5:38 PM — A Christian podiatrist has been found guilty of misconduct towards patients he thought were gay. Steve Hardie, of Peterborough, was found to have treated those he thought were gay less favourably.

  • 7th February 2011

    Christian GP sacked from drugs panel over views on homosexuality 259

    Dr Raabe was sacked from the advisory panel

    11:15 AM — A Christian doctor who co-wrote a paper linking gays to paedophilia has been sacked as a government drug advisor. Dr Hans-Christian Raabe claimed he had been "sacrificed on the altar of political correctness" but the Home Office said he had been fired because he failed to mention the controversial work in interviews.

  • 21st January 2011

    Gay journalist accuses Christian therapist of smearing his name over ‘intimidation claims’ 72

    Christian campaigners say a witness was intimidated

    10:53 AM — The professional trial of a Christian therapist who tried to 'convert' a gay man has been halted after a witness was allegedly intimidated, Christian campaigners say. However, the gay journalist who brought about the trial says that the claims are a "smear campaign" and that the therapist does not have any witnesses.

  • 5th January 2011

    Californian appeals court passes on gay marriage case to state Supreme Court 6

    Marriages were supposed to have been ruled as legal in August

    12:42 AM — The federal appeals court due to decide if California's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional has said it can not make a decision until the state's Supreme Court rules if the sponsors of Proposition 8 have the authority to defend the measure.

  • 17th November 2010

    Christian doctor loses gay adoption case 34

    Dr Sheila Matthews was told there was no evidence for her case

    2:15 PM — A Christian doctor who claimed she was a victim of religious discrimination has lost her case against Northamptonshire County Council. Dr Sheila Matthews said homosexuality was "not God's will" and that children do better with heterosexual parents.

  • 15th November 2010

    Christian doctor begins legal fight over gay adoptions 75

    Dr Matthews will ask whether medical opinion should override equality laws

    11:54 AM — A Christian doctor who was removed from an adoption panel after she refused to endorse applications by same-sex couples hopes to go to the European Court of Justice. Dr Sheila Matthews, of Kettering, will ask the court to establish whether medical opinion should be permitted to override equality laws.

  • 24th February 2010

    Call for more gay, female and ethnic minority judges 20

    The report said the judiciary should be more diverse

    5:33 PM — A government review has said that more should be done to attract diverse candidates to the judiciary. According to the Advisory Panel on Judicial Diversity, women, gay people, ethnic minorities and disabled people should receive preferential treatment over other candidates at the end of the selection process.

  • 18th November 2009

    Exclusive: HIV film ‘dangerous and misleading’ 468

    House of Numbers looks at the link between HIV and AIDS

    12:32 PM — A film about HIV and what causes AIDS has been attacked for being misleading and even dangerous. HIV charities and health experts have told PinkNews.co.uk that the ideas the film promotes are "pseudo-science" and could damage the public health.

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