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  • 10th July 2006

    Should I sell photos of my boyfriend to a gay sex mag?

    hell hath no fury like a woman scorned ...

    12:00 AM — A Sunday Mirror reader gets into a bit of an intellectual quandary, as she splits up from her boyfriend and seeks an appropriate method of revenge to take her mind off her heart ache.Writing to the paper's agony aunt, Dr Catherine Hood, the reader reveals, "he's been having an affair. I'm a keen photographer and have several photos of him wearing my underwear. I'm thinking of sending them to a gay sex magazine. Do you think I'd be justified in doing this?"

  • “Don’t ask, don’t tell” for gay women in the city

    “It's different at work. People couldn't help judging me, and it would be too complicated“. Gay women reluctant to come out in the city

    12:00 AM — Gay women working in the city are three times less likely then gay man to come out, a new survey claims.The recruitment firm The Blomfield Group conducted the survey, which suggests that although the City of London had improved, it was still a challenging place for gay people to work in, especially gay women.

  • 8th July 2006

    UK’s first gay prom to be held in London

    The Astor bar in London will host the prom

    12:00 AM — Gay Prom UK will hit London next weekend for an evening of dressing up and getting down on the dance floor for gay 16 - 19 year olds.Based on successful events run in Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles, the organisers hope to send a positive message to gay teens struggling to come to terms with their sexuality that it's perfectly normal to be gay.

  • Gay animal celebration at London Zoo 2

    From South Park gag to serious scientific debate - are there gay animals?

    12:00 AM — London Zoo in Regents Park is throwing a party to encourage debate on homosexuality in the animal kingdom. The event, Gay Sunday, is expected to attract hundreds of gay visitors, who will be entertained by drag queens and fire eaters, as they explore the zoo and meet some of the most endangered animals on the planet.Cocktails will be served in a specially built VIP terrace bar, to the accompaniment of jazz classics and the growls, squeaks, hisses and chirrups of the six hundred and fifty animal, reptile and bird species who make the zoo their home.

  • Lesbian tennis star lifts Wimbledon trophy 2

    Amilie Mauresmo triumphed over Justine Henin-Hardenne in the Wimbledon final

    12:00 AM — Following a semi-final against Maria Sharapova, where it looked as though Amilie Mauresmo's semi-final jinx might return to haunt her once more, she beat Justine Henin-Hardenne in the tense final of Wimbledon.This is not the first time Ms Mauresmo has beaten Ms Henin-Hardenne in the finals of a major grand slam; She won the Australian Open when her opponent retired with the score at 6-1 2-0 to Mauresmo.

  • Gay Pride dog show announced

    Could your dog have the waggliest tail?

    12:00 AM — Pampered puppies and polished pooches get preened to perfection in preparation for Pride dog show.The annual Brighton and Hove Pride Dog show is scheduled for Sunday 9th of July, and is giving competitive canines a lot of bark about.The competition runs the whole gamut of events, from the highly competitive and hotly contested, to the happened to be passing with my dog and just wondered ...

  • 7th July 2006

    No “gunshot for a funny man” in Brighton or Bornemouth 7

    Mr Tatchell's campaign to stop the concerts has been successful

    12:00 AM — "Me not apologising to no funnyman (gay man)"."Fire fi the man dem that looking man" (burn gay men)"Gunshot for a funnyman" (shoot gay men)Concerts by homophobic reggae stars Buju Banton and Beenie Man have been cancelled.

  • Roll over Colleen and Victoria, the real Footballer’s wives are back!

    She's back!

    12:00 AM — Sharpen your perfectly manicured nails and pour yourself a glass of Moet. The real Footballer's wives are back!For one episode only, Tanya Turner recovers from poisoning, and Amber Gates escapes the mental hospital, to have one last fling with television star Graham Norton.He'll be playing a mysterious hunk, the fabulously named Nigel Spunk, who may or may not be the new signing to Earl's Park.

  • Robbie Williams accused of hypocrisy over gay jibe 8

    Stonewall: Robbie Williams “risks appearing hypocritical”

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk ExclusiveRobbie Williams, the former Take That star who successfully sued the People and the Daily Star over claims that he was secretly gay, has been accused of hypocrisy after he joked that his footballer friend Robbie Savage, is gay.Williams told a packed Amsterdam Arena that he had news about the Blackburn Rovers star Savage. Williams said: "he's coming out."

  • Sado-masochism art at National Gallery to include warnings to parents 2

    Detail from Self Portrait, 1980 © Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation

    12:00 AM — An exhibition of photographs by the late Robert Mapplethorpe at the National Gallery of Scotland will contain a warning to parents that images are of an "explicit nature."The gay photographer died of AIDS in 1989 and since his death the value of his work has rocketed.Mapplethorpes photographs range from relatively tame images of nude men and women to extremely explicit examples of sado-masochism.

  • London Bombings remembered

    The terrorist attack on London was remebered all over the country

    12:00 AM — All over the country people remembered the London Bombings.Outside our central London offices, the streets were silent. Cars stopped and observed the silence. Office workers came out of their buildings to stand in solidarity on the streets .As the rain began to spit, we remembered those who had perished underground or in Tavistock square.

  • 6th July 2006

    Celebrity Big Brother star Pete Burns appears in court 1

    The Celebrity Big Brother contestant was accused of waging a month-long harassment campaign

    12:00 AM — The cross dressing former front man of 1980s band Dead or Alive appeared in court yesterday accused of threatening to kill his ex-gay lover.The Celebrity Big Brother contestant was accused of waging a month-long harassment campaign against his former boyfriend Jason Peters. The 46-year-old appeared late in the court dressed in a kimono and platform shoes.

  • Gay paedophile jailed indefinitely for assault on boy 1

    Judge Dutton said: “It is clear you have an unhealthy sexual attitude towards young people.“

    12:00 AM — A convicted paedophile from Warrington who sexually assaulted an 11-year-old boy has been imprisoned indefinitely after a judge labelled him as causing a "significant risk of danger" to young people.Sentencing Scott Worrall to a minimum of four years, Judge Roger Dutton said that he will not be released for as long as he remains a danger to society.

  • Gay Jews to be welcomed at conference.

    “As an openly gay rabbi, I am proud to be a member of a movement that is making a difference,” Rabbi Young said.

    12:00 AM — Inclusiveness is at the top of the agenda at the Movement for Reform Judaism's biennial conference.The theme for the conference is "counting all of us in", and there will be sessions specifically aimed at gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender Jews.Rabbi Roderick Young, who is leading one of these meetings said; "LGBT singles and couples form an important part of the Jewish community."

  • Homophobic harassment could lead to 6 figure pay out

    CP publishing could face a £100, 000 fine

    12:00 AM — A publishing company may be required to pay more than £100,000 to an ex employee who claims that he was harassed and then fired for being gay.Jonah Ditton has been awarded £1033 in lost wages by an employment tribunal in Glasgow yesterday, but the details of his compensation are yet to be decided upon.

  • Ex HSBC banker to appeal against unfair dismissal judgement 2

    HSBC face unfair dismissal appeal

    12:00 AM — The HSBC tribunal drama continues as the former employee, Peter Lewis, announces his plans to appeal against a judgement that ruled in favour of the bank.Although the tribunal ruled that Mr Lewis had "received less favourable treatment on the grounds of sexual orientation" during the bank's internal investigation into allegations of personal misconduct, it judged that the bank had not dismissed Mr Lewis because of his sexual orientation.

  • Prescott to face inquiry over stay with homophobic billionaire

    The decision to keep Mr Prescott in office is one that can only be made the Prime minister, Tony Blair

    12:00 AM — The deputy prime minister, John Prescott has told the BBC that he will not resign despite pressure over his meetings with a homophobic billionaire who aims to turn the Millennium Dome into a super-casino.Mr Prescott told BBC Radio 4: "I will get on with doing my job and I'm not leaving it."However, the decision to keep Mr Prescott in office is one that can only be made the Prime minister, Tony Blair.

  • Ken Livingstone looks back to school days to launch anti-homophobia campaign

    Mayor of London, Ken Livinstone and Stonewall's Ben Summerskill at the launch of 'Spell it Out'

    12:00 AM — PinkNews.co.uk ExclusiveThe Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone joined with teachers andeducationalists to launch an anti-homophobic bullying campaign spearheaded by the gay rights charity Stonewall.He drew on his own "behind the bike sheds" experiences to illustrate the change in educational needs relating to homophobia since the 1950s.

  • Bi today, gay tomorrow? The Times of India wonders 1

    Bi to gay in the wink of an eye? (photo: raminber p.s.)

    12:00 AM — The Times of India has published an extraordinary story today, about the benefits of bisexuality."A few years ago, Angelina Jolie famously said she enjoyed spending time with her female lovers. Though no such high-profile entity has advocated the cause of bisexuality in India, it is a phenomenon that is being talked about," claims the paper.

  • Lesbian star Mauresmo to play in Wimbledon final 2

    Finally into a Wimbledon final!

    12:00 AM — Amelie Mauresmo has made it to her first Wimbledon final, breaking her two year jinx of being knocked out in the semis.The French tennis star said that she was "very happy" to be through to Saturday's match against Justine Henin - Hardenne, after a hard fought contest against the Russian number 4, Maria Sharapova.Mauresmo won the match 6-3 3-6 6-2.

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