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10 December 2008“Rainbow Maniac” serial killer may be targeting gay men in Sao Paulo 1 The murders of thirteen gay men over a period of 18 months in a suburban park in the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo may be the work of a serial killer.
10 December 2008Russia, US and South Africa under pressure to sign UN decriminalisation statement 4 LGBT activists in several countries have asked their governments to support a declaration on the universal decriminalisation of homosexuality to be presented at the UN next month.
10 December 2008Senator’s gay cruising conviction appeal rejected 1 Judges in Minnesota yesterday rejected arguments in the appeal of former United States Senator Larry Craig against his conviction for disorderly conduct in an airport toilet.
10 December 2008Gay band to march in Presidential inauguration parade 2 For the first time in American history, a gay group has been asked to march in the Inaugural Parade.
10 December 2008Iowa Supreme Court hears same-sex marriage case + Yesterday the Iowa Supreme Court heard oral arguments on behalf of six Iowa same-sex couples and their families who are seeking the right to marry.
9 December 2008Cumming to miss film premiere for Obama inauguration 3 Actor Alan Cumming will be in Washington next month for the inauguration of Barack Obama.
9 December 2008Urban Outfitters removes pro-gay marriage t-shirt from California stores 6 A leading retailer has removed t-shirts from sale that carried a slogan supporting gay marriage.
9 December 2008Teen accused of homophobic murder ruled fit to stand trial + Lawyers representing a 14-year-old boy accused of the murder of an openly gay classmate have failed in an attempt to have him declared developmentally incapable of standing trial.
9 December 2008Same-sex marriage bans lead to Day Without A Gay protests 3 A novel form of civil protest will be practised by gays in the US tomorrow.
8 December 2008US Armed Forces look to foreign recruits – as long as they are straight 3 America's military leaders have approved a one-year pilot programme that aims to recruit up to 1,000 foreign nationals to plug chronic staff shortages.
8 December 2008Iowa court to rule on gay marriage 2 A lawsuit brought by gay-rights organisation Lamda Legal, on behalf of six same-sex couples, is scheduled to be heard tomorrow by the Iowa Supreme Court in Des Moines.
5 December 2008Nepal’s gay MP to address international leadership conference + The 24th annual International Gay and Lesbian Leadership Conference is underway in Washington DC.
5 December 2008Gay groups back lesbian candidate for US Secretary of Labour + A coalition of 12 leading lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans organisation in the United States have written to the country's President-elect urging him to nominate Mary Beth Maxwell.
4 December 2008Second Presidential candidate nominated for Obama’s new Cabinet 2 Bill Richardson was named as Barack Obama's choice for Commerce Secretary yesterday.
3 December 200875% of Americans support legal recognition for same-sex couples 5 A new survey has revealed that a majority of Americans support some form of legal civil unions for gay and lesbian couples.
3 December 2008Obama may nominate gay woman Mary Beth Maxwell to his Cabinet + US news sources are reporting that a lesbian employment rights activist is one of three people being considered for the post of Labour Secretary.
2 December 2008Obama: America’s destiny is shared with the world’s 1 Yesterday's introduction of key members of the National Security Team by President-elect Barack Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden saw many firsts.
2 December 2008US gay group welcomes Obama’s attorney general nominee 2 America's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans group has welcomed the nomination of Eric Holder as Attorney General of the United States.
2 December 2008Barack Obama commits to addressing AIDS “crisis” in the US + The President-elect of the United States marked World AIDS Day yesterday with a committment to fight HIV in America as well as worldwide.
2 December 2008Vatican opposes UN resolution on decriminalisation 18 The Vatican's observer at the United Nations has criticised a European Union initiative on homosexuality.