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  • 15th November 2010

    Gay Northampton couple attempt to marry 17

    Gay couples cannot currently get married (Photo: Matthias Homberg)

    3:55 PM — A gay couple in Northampton will attempt to marry tomorrow as part of a campaign to open up marriage and civil partnerships to both straight and gay couples.

  • 25th February 2010

    Iris Robinson’s gay cure therapist reported to GMC 22

    Dr Paul Miller is being investigated by the GMC

    1:19 PM — A psychiatrist who worked with shamed former MP Iris Robinson has been reported to the General Medical Council for his work in trying to "cure" gay people.

  • 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.

  • 10th February 2010

    Campaign launched to expose ex-gay therapists 46

    Critics say conversion therapy can cause severe mental harm (Photo: bhernandez)

    1:25 PM — A gay journalist who went undercover to expose the methods of gay conversion therapists is organising a campaign to stamp out the controversial therapy.

  • 27th January 2010

    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.

  • 14th January 2010

    Homophobic attack victim condemns Iris Robinson 13

    Iris Robinson said the assaulted gay man could be cured of homosexuality

    5:16 PM — A man who was beaten in a homophobic attack shortly before Iris Robinson made her now infamous anti-gay remarks has said her husband should divorce her. Robinson had criticised the attack on Stephen Scott but added that gay people could be "cured".

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