7th February 2015
How likely are you to be promiscuous? Your fingers could hold the answer 45
1:05 PM — The length of your index finger could indicate how promiscuous you are, according to a study.
4th February 2015
Canada clinic allows gay men to donate blood, but not how you think 12
3:54 PM — The Canadian Blood Service has come up with a way to allow sexually active gay men to donate blood.
17th December 2014
A third of teachers in Wales hear colleagues using homophobic language 4
12:26 PM — A new report by Stonewall Wales has found that a third of teachers have heard colleagues using homophobic language.
16th December 2014
Just 17 percent of Scots now oppose equal marriage, as first couples wed 9
12:04 AM — Less than two in ten Scots remain opposed to same-sex marriage in Scotland, as the country's marriage law comes into effect.
2nd December 2014
Study: HIV becoming less deadly – but still far from harmless 2
1:14 PM — New research suggests HIV is evolving to become less deadly and less infectious, although scientists warn the virus is still an awfully long way" from becoming harmless
21st November 2014
US public: Gay legal rights = good, gays kissing = bad 25
5:35 PM — A study has found that people are more supportive of gay rights than they are of same-sex public displays of affection.
13th October 2014
Former CNN pundit: US government spending money on ‘fat lesbians’ instead of Ebola 39
5:30 PM — A former CNN pundit has claimed that the US government is spending money on researching "fat lesbians" instead of trying to cure Ebola.
26th September 2014
CDC: Half of gay men with HIV not recieving treatment 3
5:07 PM — The Centre for Disease Control has warned that half of gay and bisexual men with HIV in the US aren't receiving treatment.
28th July 2014
Study praised for showing that ‘gay men can make great dads’ 2
1:08 PM — A study at Oregon State University has found that men are equally as good at being a child’s primary caregiver as women.
26th July 2014
Sir Bob Geldof: China ‘doesn’t give a crap’ about fighting HIV 16
6:29 PM — Sir Bob Geldof has attacked China and Russia for their lack of funding for HIV/AIDS research.
22nd July 2014
GLAAD report raises concerns over LGBT portrayals in Hollywood 1
6:19 PM — A report released on Tuesday shows that Hollywood has a way to go when it comes to LGBT equality in film.
19th July 2014
Study: HIV death rates have halved in a decade 5
12:41 PM — According to a study, HIV-positive people are half as likely to die than they were a decade ago, and are less likely to die from AIDS-related causes.
16th July 2014
Australia: Second poll confirms rise in support for marriage equality 1
5:39 PM — A poll has corroborated earlier findings that suggested support for marriage equality had surged.
1st July 2014
UK: Charity praises Imperial College London for commitment to trans issues 1
4:30 PM — The Gender Identity Research and Education Society (GIRES) has praised Imperial College London for the university’s work in combating discrimination and prejudice against the trans community, in its first endorsement of a British university.
12th June 2014
International businesses target Mexico’s LGBT consumers
12:10 PM — This year Google will be joining American Express, American Airlines at the annual LGBT Confex Expo.
8th June 2014
Welsh minister: Government ‘must do more’ to improve LGBT domestic abuse services 3
2:12 PM — A Welsh minister has admitted her government "must do more" to improve the country's domestic abuse services for LGBT people.
9th May 2014
Study: Sexual orientation determines reactions to pheromones 5
5:58 PM — A new study has found a link between a person's sexual orientation and their ability to react to different pheromones.
5th May 2014
Study: Straight women judge emotions and thoughts better than lesbian women 12
4:04 PM — The study found that heterosexual women were more accurate at judging the emotions and thoughts of someone.
28th April 2014
Poll: ‘Overwhelming’ support for same-sex marriage in Colorado despite ban 11
9:16 PM — A poll has found that supporters of same-sex marriage in Colorado outnumber opponents by nearly two to one, despite the state maintaining a constitutional ban.
31st January 2014
Study: ‘One in three’ lesbian and bisexual women experience workplace bullying 1
2:01 PM — One in three lesbians and bisexual women experience workplace bullying, a study has found.