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February 16, 2014

A harrowing report from Columbia University shows gay people living in prejudiced places have shorter life spans, are more prone to suicide and are at risk of violent and stress-induced deaths  

October 15, 2013

Harry Potter alum has 'authentic' sex scene in Kill Your Darlings

Harry Potter fans who take in Daniel Radcliffe's latest film, Kill Your Darlings, will see the former boy wizard in some scenarios far different than his time at Hogwarts.

Radcliffe plays Beat Generation icon Allen Ginsberg Ginsberg as a young college student who falls hopelessly under the spell of charismatic Columbia University classmate Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan).

Radcliffe said it was not difficult to transform into a young gay man in love.

October 15, 2013

Harry Potter alum has 'authentic' sex scene in Kill Your Darlings

Harry Potter fans who take in Daniel Radcliffe's latest film, Kill Your Darlings, will see the former boy wizard in some scenarios far different than his time at Hogwarts.

Radcliffe plays Beat Generation icon Allen Ginsberg Ginsberg as a young college student who falls hopelessly under the spell of charismatic Columbia University classmate Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan).

Radcliffe said it was not difficult to transform into a young gay man in love.

August 30, 2013

Allen Ginsberg biopic film documenting his early years at Columbia University will star British boy wizard actor

The first full trailer was released for Daniel Radcliffe’s new film Kill Your Darlings today (30 August).

The British boy wizard actor will be taking on Allen Ginsberg in a film about his life, exploring the gay beat poet’s early years at Columbia University.

The scenes show the film looks like it’s going to be dark, dramatic, sexy and serious.

It shows a rebellion against a traditional 1944 backdrop, but has yet to reveal any gay romantic scenes.

August 30, 2013

Allen Ginsberg biopic film documenting his early years at Columbia University will star British boy wizard actor

The first full trailer was released for Daniel Radcliffe’s new film Kill Your Darlings today (30 August).

The British boy wizard actor will be taking on Allen Ginsberg in a film about his life, exploring the gay beat poet’s early years at Columbia University.

The scenes show the film looks like it’s going to be dark, dramatic, sexy and serious.

It shows a rebellion against a traditional 1944 backdrop, but has yet to reveal any gay romantic scenes.

August 5, 2013

Allen Ginsberg biopic film documenting his early years at Columbia University will star British boy wizard actor

With a 100% rating on review site Rotten Tomatoes and critics raving at the Sundance Film Festival, the hopes are high for Daniel Radcliffe’s latest offering. Can he once again work his magic playing another boy with glasses?

The British boy wizard actor will be taking on Allen Ginsberg in a film about his life, exploring the gay beat poet's early years at Columbia University.

August 5, 2013

Allen Ginsberg biopic film documenting his early years at Columbia University will star British boy wizard actor

With a 100% rating on review site Rotten Tomatoes and critics raving at the Sundance Film Festival, the hopes are high for Daniel Radcliffe’s latest offering. Can he once again work his magic playing another boy with glasses?

The British boy wizard actor will be taking on Allen Ginsberg in a film about his life, exploring the gay beat poet's early years at Columbia University.

January 10, 2012

Activists respond as General Mohammad Javad Larijani says homosexuality is a ‘disease’ and same-sex marriage is ‘immoral’

Iranian gay activists have responded after the secretary-general of the Iranian High Council for Human Rights described homosexuality as a western ‘disease’.

Radio Free Europe also reports that General Mohammad Javad Larijani said that same-sex marriage is ‘immoral’.

He made the remarks in Tehran during a visit by German Tom Koenigs, who chairs the human rights committee in Germany’s parliament.

January 10, 2012

Activists respond as General Mohammad Javad Larijani says homosexuality is a ‘disease’ and same-sex marriage is ‘immoral’

Iranian gay activists have responded after the secretary-general of the Iranian High Council for Human Rights described homosexuality as a western ‘disease’.

Radio Free Europe also reports that General Mohammad Javad Larijani said that same-sex marriage is ‘immoral’.

He made the remarks in Tehran during a visit by German Tom Koenigs, who chairs the human rights committee in Germany’s parliament.