24th December 2014
Bizarre study investigates whether gay people live near tobacco shops 11
11:53 AM — A surreal study has attempted to find whether same-sex couples live closer to tobacco shops than straight people.
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
25th November 2014
Study: Having exclusively heterosexual thoughts puts humans at a disadvantage 35
11:17 AM — Researchers at the University of Portsmouth believe they may have discovered the evolutionary reason for same-sex behaviour.
23rd November 2014
Canada begins trialling HIV prevention drug Truvada 9
2:52 PM — Canada has begun to trial the use of a controversial drug that lowers your chances of getting HIV.
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.
6th November 2014
UK: Study launched to improve LGBT end of life care 2
12:56 PM — A new study is being launched to examine the experiences of LGBT people as they approach the end of their lives.
8th October 2014
Middle class Britons are 60% more likely to identify as gay 6
11:10 AM — A recent ONS survey has found that 60% middle class professionals are more likely to be openly gay, compared to working class individuals
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.
26th August 2014
US: Study shows health insurance disparities faced by LGBT community
6:20 PM — A newly released study shows US LGBT adults are more likely to lack health insurance coverage than their non-LGBT counterparts.
5th August 2014
Could being gay stop employers from hiring you? This study says yes 22
2:25 PM — People applying for jobs are 40% less likely to be offered an interview if they are gay or lesbian, according to research.
31st July 2014
Study finds kids who read Harry Potter are more gay friendly 21
6:44 PM — A new study has found that young people who have read Harry Potter show greater acceptance of LGBT people.
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.
7th July 2014
Study: Children of gay couples have better ‘general health’ than those with straight parents 7
3:43 PM — A study has found that gay parents provide children with better "general health and family cohesion", than children of straight parents.
5th July 2014
Study: Children raised by same-sex parents are ‘healthier and happier’ 31
11:44 AM — Children raised by same-sex parents are both healthier and happier than others, a study has found.
23rd June 2014
Study: Bisexual men ‘most at risk’ from sexually transmitted infections 4
6:25 PM — Bisexual men are "disproportionately affected" by sexually transmitted infections, according to new research.
7th June 2014
Study: Fox News ‘ignoring’ same-sex marriage court victories 9
2:51 PM — A study has found that Fox News is spending almost no time covering same-sex marriage court victories.
4th June 2014
Study aims to reduce self harm and suicide among LGBT young people 4
6:23 PM — Lancaster University is leading a £300,000 study which aims to reduce the rates of suicide and self-harm in LGBT young people.
12th May 2014
UN study finds gays increasingly accepted in Philippines, but hate crimes remain a threat 5
12:15 PM — A study backed by the UN has found that while LGBT people have become more accepted in the Philippines, discrimination still persists.