28th May 2011
Courtney Love: Lady Gaga is a ‘sexless Barbie Doll surrounded by gays’ as Gaga poses with Stephen Fry 95
1:28 PM — Courtney Love, one time rock-star and wife of the late Nirvana front-man Kurt Cobain has some choice words for Lady Gaga, warning against surrounding herself with gays as the Gaga posed on the cover of the Financial Times magazine with Stephen Fry.
13th May 2011
Teen arrested over anti-gay stickers may be charged with inciting hatred
2:26 PM — Prosecutors are considering whether to charge a teenager arrested over homophobic stickers in London's East End with inciting anti-gay hatred. If Mohammed Hasnath is charged with the offence, it will only be the second time the law has been used.
Man jailed for conning gay prostitutes – again 113
11:50 AM — A man jailed for conning male prostitutes has been handed another prison sentence for the same offence. Michael Goldsmith, 40, of Menai Bridge, Wales, was caught out when he tried to con an earlier victim again.
12th May 2011
Stonewall fundraiser return to London’s Paramount Club 3
5:41 PM — A fundraising event for gay charity Stonewall will be held at the Paramount Club in London next week. Next Friday's event, to be held at the top of the Centre Point Tower, aims to raise money for the charity's Education for All campaign, which tackles anti-gay bullying in schools.
11th May 2011
Man charged over East End anti-gay stickers
5:25 PM — An 18-year-old man has been charged with a public order offence over homophobic stickers found plastered around London's East End. Mohammed Hasnath, 18, of Leamouth, Tower Hamlets, was arrested last month at his home.
6th May 2011
Gay friend of Boy George speaks out after attack 51
3:41 PM — A gay friend of Boy George has spoken out after he was attacked in central London. Philip Sallon, the socialite and event organiser, was badly injured in the April 2nd attack in Piccadilly.
4th May 2011
Student to cycle length of London tube network for HIV charity 20
3:20 PM — Medical student Adam Fairris is preparing to cycle the length of the London tube network to raise money for Terrence Higgins Trust. At the end of this month, the 21-year-old will cycle 300 miles across five days, following the rough path of London's 11 underground lines.
29th April 2011
Remembering the Admiral Duncan bombing 12 years on 146
1:42 PM — Tomorrow marks the twelfth anniversary of the Admiral Duncan nail bomb attack on April 30th 1999 in Soho. It was one of three nail bomb attacks and killed three people, while 80 were injured.
Spike in searches causes Google to suggest “James Middleton Gay”
1:36 PM — The search engine Google has begun to auto-suggest "James Middleton gay" following a surge in searches on the younger brother of Catherine 'Kate', Duchess of Cambridge.
27th April 2011
San Francisco’s legendary gay bookshop to close 67
3:03 PM — The last of the four shops owned by A Different Light Bookstores - and the last exclusively LGBT bookstore in San Francsico - is set to close by the end of this month.
Gay man beaten in homophobic south London attack 229
1:21 PM — A gay man has received hospital treatment after being beaten up in an unprovoked homophobic attack at the weekend.
26th April 2011
Elton John to carry out paternity test for son 25
11:10 AM — Sir Elton John has said that he intends to find out who the real father of his son is.
25th April 2011
Giant card and demonstration call on Prince William and Kate Middleton to support gay marriage 89
6:45 PM — Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell and the Equal Love campaign have presented Prince William and Kate Middleton a wedding card that calls for their support for gay marriage. The giant card, which was handed into Buckingham Palace by scores of supporters read: "We wish you a happy life together. You can get married, gay people can't."
21st April 2011
Man, 18, arrested over east London anti-gay stickers 227
4:00 PM — An 18-year-old man has been arrested in connection with homophobic stickers plastered around London's east end. The teenager, from Leamouth, was arrested on suspicion of a public order offence yesterday, police said.
Theatre review: The Umbrellas Of Cherbourg
2:47 PM — Having never seen the 1964 French musical film of the same name, I came to The Umbrellas of Cherbourg at the Gielgud Theatre with fresh eyes. The production is subtitled "a French romance that just happens to be sung".
20th April 2011
Jewish LGBT group celebrates Passover with inclusive Seder night 18
6:04 PM — The Jewish Gay and Lesbian Group celebrated Seder with a dinner in north London on Tuesday night. The group usually celebrates the traditional meal but this year, members' parents were invited.
19th April 2011
London transgender conference cancelled after trans complaints 193
2:29 PM — A conference on transgender issues has been cancelled by the Royal College of Psychiatrists after a leading gender identity clinic pulled out. The May 20th event in London, titled 'Transgender: time to change', angered trans campaigners who said it was one-sided and questioned speakers' credentials.
15th April 2011
Hundreds protest outside John Snow pub that kicked out gay couple for kissing 608
11:22 PM — A large protest of hundreds of people gathered outside the John Snow pub in Soho, central London earlier this evening in reaction to a gay couple being ejecting from the venue for kissing.
Soho pub closes to avoid gay kissing protest 199
4:49 PM — The London pub accused of throwing out a gay couple for kissing has apparently closed for the day to avoid an 800-strong protest. The John Snow, in Soho, ordered drinkers to leave at around 3pm and shut its doors.
London gay men warned about ‘aggressive’ new chlamydia strain 49
3:30 PM — Gay and bisexual men in London are being warned about growing rates of an "aggressive" strain of chlamydia. LGV (lymphogranuloma venereum) arrived in the UK in 2004, health experts say.