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  • 4th October 2011

    US study says gay men are less likely to be offered job interviews 34

    The study suggests gay candidates are less likely to get an interview

    2:14 PM — An American study says that openly gay men are less likely to be called back for job interviews - particularly in the South and Midwest. The research found that CVs which indicate an applicant is gay are 40 per cent less likely to be granted an interview than those which do not.

  • 19th September 2011

    Brian Souter says society may ‘implode’ if ‘traditional marriage’ falls 100

    Brian Souter says 'traditional' viewpoints are becoming marginalised

    12:03 PM — Scottish entrepreneur and SNP donor Brian Souter says society is in danger of "imploding" if "traditional marriage" declines. The businessman, who fought to save Section 28 ten years ago, was answering questions about his views on gay marriage.

  • 10th September 2011

    US politician Sally Kern: Gays are more dangerous than terrorists 186

    Sally Kern has been a vocal critic of homosexuality for many years

    12:05 PM — Ahead of the tenth anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States, Republican member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives Sally Kern has renewed her claim that homosexuality has killed more people in the United States than terrorism.

  • 14th January 2011

    Hotel chain asked to cancel conference with ‘anti-gay hate preachers’ 111

    Shaykh Abdullah Hakim Quick is to speak at the conference

    4:47 PM — The hotel chain Ibis has been urged to cancel a Muslim conference in London which includes speakers who have called for gays to be killed. Gay campaigners said that events would be cancelled if speakers had called for the death of Muslims.

  • 12th January 2011

    Peter Tatchell: Don’t criminalise homophobic Christians 181

    Peter Tatchell says freedom of speech must be preserved

    1:21 PM — Where do we draw the line between religious freedom and free speech on the one hand, and public order and the protection of minorities on the other hand? Should people of faith have the right to express views that others find offensive and bigoted?

  • 4th January 2011

    Judge bans Ugandan media from outing gays and lesbians 10

    Rolling Stone called for gays and lesbians to be hanged.

    9:53 AM — A high court judge in Uganda has banned all media from outing gays and lesbians. Judge Vincent Musoke-Kibuuke said lives were being put at risk by newspapers identifying people known or thought to be gay.

  • 25th November 2010

    Gove: We will work with Stonewall to tackle ‘growing’ anti-gay bullying 30

    Michael Gove said the government would work with anti-bullying charities (Photo: Paul Clarke)

    10:52 AM — Education secretary Michael Gove has said that the government will work with gay and anti-bullying charities to tackle homophobia in schools.

  • 12th November 2010

    Delhi eunuchs to be given pensions 7

    Eunuchs in Delhi will be given pensions

    5:47 PM — All adult eunuchs in Delhi, India, will be given pensions of 1000 rupees (£14) per month in recognition of their low status, the local government has announced.

  • 29th October 2010

    Universities ‘should employ watchdogs against discriminatory extremism’ 17

    The report said student unions should use watchdogs to curb extremism

    4:03 PM — Universities should employ watchdogs to guard against religious extremism, a report has said. It accused some members of the Islamic society at City University of intimidating gay, female and Jewish students, as well as those who worked on the student newspaper.

  • 10th February 2010

    Valentine’s Day protest over Pope’s UK visit 10

    The Pope is to visit the UK in September

    2:53 PM — A protest against the Pope's visit to the UK is to take place in central London this Sunday. It is being planned by the Central London Humanist Group in partnership with the British Humanist Association, the National Secular Society and gay equality group OutRage! among others.

  • 1st February 2010

    National Secular Society plans protest for Pope’s UK visit 30

    The Pope is due to visit the UK this September

    4:02 PM — The National Secular Society has announced a " large-scale campaign" to protest against Pope Benedict XVI's visit to Britain in September. The pontiff has attacked gay rights on a number of occasions.

  • 7th January 2010

    Government appointment of faith advisors attacked as ‘cynical’ 25

    The 13 apppointees will advise on policy

    1:39 PM — The appointment of 13 'faith advisors' to the government has been attacked by the National Secular society as "cynical" and "an insult to non-religious Britons". The charity warned that most people "disregard" religious teachings on issues such as homosexuality and said the appointment was "undemocratic".

  • 30th December 2009

    New rights for trans people in Pakistan 2

    Hijras in Pakistan will get more rights

    3:40 PM — The Pakistan Supreme Court has ordered the government to allow trans people the right to a distinct gender. The court said that trans people, known as hijras, should be able to get national identity cards showing their gender as hijras.

  • 15th December 2009

    Updated: Christian registrar Lillian Ladele loses appeal 254

    Lillian Ladele lost her appeal

    10:47 AM — An Islington registrar who refused to carry out civil partnerships for gay couples has lost her appeal. The Court of Appeal ruled today that Lillian Ladele had not been discriminated against.

  • 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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