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  • 7th April 2006

    Rhode Island considers gay marriage law

    Sponsors of the legislation have high hopes the bill will go to a vote

    12:00 AM — Rhode Island officials are considering a new marriage equality bill.Sponsors of the legislation have high hopes the bill will go to a vote and eventually be passed, despite failing to push it through both the House of Representatives and the Senate over the last ten years.

  • Whitney Houston’s “lesbian flings” 16

    Tina Brown claims the artist has had a series of steamy same sexual affairs

    12:00 AM — Singer Whitney Houston had cocaine fuelled lesbian sexual encounters, according to her sister-in law.Tina Brown claims the artist has had a series of steamy same sex affairs which her brother, Bobby Brown, Houston's husband, allegedly has been aware of.

  • Gay “greed” killer jailed

    Schlensker, 25, pleaded guilty yesterday and was sentenced to life in prison

    12:00 AM — A court has rejected a gay man's claims that he killed his lover because he wanted to escape the homosexual lifestyle.The court and police dismissed Eric Schlensker's account and said he murdered and robbed Larry Lewis through greed.Assistant Hamilton County Prosecutor Anne Flanagan said: "The victim had a loving relationship with the suspect, but unfortunately it wasn't reciprocated."

  • Six men convicted of homophobic attack

    Judge Michael Vigil told Maturin and Medina that they would undergo psychological examinations in the sate prison

    12:00 AM — Six men have been convicted of the homophobic attack of two gay men in Santa Fe, New Mexico.James Maestas, 22, and Joshua Stockham, 24, were attacked on the evening of the 27th February 2005 in the car park of a local motel. Mr Maestas was left in a comatose state for eight days whilst his friend Mr Stockham suffered from minor injuries. Mr Maestas told the court that he had to learn how to walk again and how to cope with everyday activities such as dressing himself.

  • Gay cruise director’s Mickey Mouse role

    The cruise, which is featured in an HBO documentary,  called All Aboard! Rosie's Family Cruise, provides discussion groups on adoption, artificial insemination, surrogacy, and other topics of particular interest to gay families

    12:00 AM — Lesbian US comedian and TV presenter, Rosie O'Donnell, has compared herself to Mickey Mouse.O'Donnell, who launched the first cruise for gay and lesbian families in America, says she feels like she is putting in a Disney style performances when welcoming passengers onto the ship which travels from New York to the Bahamas.

  • Baywatch’s Carmen Electra makes waves at lesbian event

    Fans went crazy at the Palm Springs event, which has turned into an annual lesbian gathering

    12:00 AM — Baywatch babe Carmen Electra says she "only wants to perform for lesbians" after wowing fans with her dance group at the Dinah Shore Golf Classic in California last weekend.Fans went crazy at the Palm Springs event, which has turned into an annual lesbian gathering, when Electra's band took to the stage.

  • Arizona senator’s son admits to poking broomsticks up younger boys rectums

    One of the defendants is the son of Arizona senate president, Ken Bennett

    12:00 AM — The son of Ken Bennett, president of the Arizona state senate admitted in court earlier this week to assaulting school boys of between the age of 11 and 15 with a broomstick and other items. However, the judge deliberating on the case decided to drop all but one of the 18 charges against him which may result in him avoiding jail.Clifton Bennett, 18, and co-defendant Kyle Wheeler, 19, were not charged with sexual assault but instead have pleaded guilty to aggravated assault.

  • Prison officer punished for Brokeback screening

    The film was shown two days after its DVD release in the US

    12:00 AM — A prison officer is facing punishment for arranging a screening of gay cowboy movie Brokeback Mountain.The unnamed officer from a Norfolk prison in Massachusetts is accused of breaking prison guidelines because of the "graphic nature of sexually explicit scenes."

  • Actress recognised for gay work 1

    Charlize Theron, was honoured for  increasing “visibility and understanding“ of homosexuality

    12:00 AM — She's played a lesbian serial killer in Monster and previously refused to marry her boyfriend until same sex marriage was legalised in America, and now actress Charlize Theron has deservingly been given an award for raising issues of the gay community.Theron, was honoured for increasing "visibility and understanding" of homosexuality, at the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) awards in Los Angeles last weekend.

  • Brokeback cowboy becomes the Godfather

    The pair reportedly refer to each other as “best friends”

    12:00 AM — Brokeback Mountain's gay cowboy's Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal have found a way of becoming closer in real life.Gyllenhaal has been suggested as a possible godfather for Ledger's six-month-old daughter, Matilda Rose.

  • New calls for anti-gay Ford boycott 2

    The Ford Motor Company's policy promises that the company won't discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation

    12:00 AM — An anti gay group is leading a new protest against the Ford motor company because of the manufacturers support for homosexuality.The founder of the American Family Association, along with 28 other pro-family groups, has announced a one-year boycott of Ford over the automaker's support of homosexual-rights groups that promote gay marriage.

  • Football manager faces ban over gay remarks

    If found guilty, the manager could be banned for between 60 and 360 days

    12:00 AM — Former Brazil coach, Wanderley Luxemburgo is facing a possible one year ban from football management after allegedly making gay remarks towards a referee.Luxemburgo, currently managing Santos in Brazil, is being investigated for making inappropriate comments about a match official in his team's 3-1 defeat to Sao Paulo.

  • 6th April 2006

    Gay “proposition” sparks Jamaican riot 1

    The gay man could face charges if found guilty

    12:00 AM — Jamaican students rioted against a gay pupil who had been accused of propositioning a classmate, according to reports.Police attempted to protect and escort the gay man off the University of West Indies campus after he was chased by an angry mob.

  • Chrysler ad drives gay activists crazy

    Gay advocates believe the commercial is stereotypical and offensive

    12:00 AM — Gay rights activists are looking to put the brakes on a car advert which they claim portrays gay people in a derogatory manner.The advertising campaign for the new Chrysler Dodge Caliber features a tough looking man being turned into a pastel clad "fairy" walking dogs on pink leashes with the slogan, Anything but Cute.

  • Gay friendly policies vital in work choices

    Lambda Legal conducted a workplace fairness survey of the LGBT community

    12:00 AM — A US lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) legal organisation has announced the results of the largest nationwide survey of the gay community.Lambda Legal conducted a workplace fairness survey of the LGBT community in the first ever attempt to ask how important gay-friendly policies are to where gay people decide to work.

  • Naomi Campbell offered a “200 pound lesbian to kick her ass”

    Naomi Campbell was accused of  assaulting her assistant with a mobile phone in New York last month

    12:00 AM — Naomi Campbell needs a kick up the backside, according to lesbian comedian Rosie O'Donnell.O'Donnell challenged the supermodel to a duel after discovering she allegedly assaulted her assistant with a mobile phone in New York last month.She said: "To make matters worse she had that jewel-encrusted cell phone, that's got to score with the diamonds."

  • New law states textbooks must recognise homosexuality

    It would include sexual orientation on a list of requirements, including gender and race, which schools cannot ignore

    12:00 AM — Schools in California may be legally obliged to teach about the contributions of gay and transgender people, after a bill was passed by the state Senate this week.It would include sexual orientation on a list of requirements, including gender and race, which schools cannot ignore or discriminate against and must recognise positively in textbooks.

  • Anti-gay group fails in attempt to ban Brokeback DVD 3

    Brokeback Mountain has sold over 1.4 million DVD copies so far

    12:00 AM — Worldwide retailer Walmart, has decided to sell the DVD of gay cowboy movie, Brokeback Mountain, despite protests from a Christian Group.Anti gay group, The American Family Association, wanted to see the award winning film banned from outlets of the world's largest store claiming it would harm their family friendly image.

  • 5th April 2006

    International gay pride rescheduled for Jerusalem

    It will be the second WorldPride, following the 2000 celebration in Rome

    12:00 AM — Last year's postponed WorldPride has been rearranged for this summer in Jerusalem.The international lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender event will be held for a week in August after it was cancelled last year due to Israel's disengagement from the Gaza Strip.

  • Brokeback Mountain pushed in anti gay areas 4

    Brokeback Mountain is released on DVD in September

    12:00 AM — An online guerrilla marketing group has started a campaign to place Brokeback Mountain DVDs in anti gay areas.The Ultimate Brokeback Forum is aiming to get the gay cowboy movie into 2000 libraries in rural America and into anti gay countries such as the Bahamas.

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