Respondents in a Stonewall poll have named 2008 blockbuster Milk as the film which best depicts LGB lives.
A bill calling for the death penalty for ‘aggravated homosexuality’ which was dropped from the final session of Ugandan parliament may yet be debated in a special session tomorrow.
The Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill was expected to have been voted on today, but does not appear in the order papers for the current parliamentary session.
Having announced only this week plans to permit gay weddings on naval bases, the US navy has now reversed its decision.
This week will see the outcome of proposals calling for the death penalty for ‘aggravated homosexuality’ in Uganda. But campaigners are hopeful that an international outcry and last minute doubts from some the bill’s backers may see the threat of execution reversed…
One of the backers of the proposed Ugandan Anti-Homosexuality Bill – which could be passed in less than 48 hours time – has criticised its proposal to bring in the death penalty for some homosexual acts.
Scottish Labour MP David Cairns has died of acute pancreatitis.
The US Navy has announced that it will allow same-sex marriage ceremonies on its bases once the ban on gays in the military is lifted later in the year.
Facebook has apologised for removing an advert depicting two women touching tongues.
Actress Catherine Tyldesley is reportedly due to play a new lesbian character in Coronation Street.