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June 28, 2013

A 29 year-old man was bashed and robbed by two men who followed him out of a popular Melbourne gay nightclub on Sunday morning after he refused to share a cab with them

A 29 year-old Melbourne gay man has gone public after he was followed out of a popular gay night club and then bashed and robbed by two men.

Corey Croft had left the Peel Hotel in Collingwood at around 7am on Sunday and was approached by two strangers who struck up a conversation with him.

The men offered to share a cab with him and were initially friendly but attacked him after he declined the offer.

May 26, 2013

New York City gay activist allegedly punched in the jaw as a group of men yell anti-gay slur

There has been another anti-gay attack on a New York City street.

According to a Facebook posting by Alan Bounville, on Friday (24 May) Eugene Lovendusky was allegedly attacked by  9 to 10 men. The crime occurred in a predominately gay neighborhood called Hell's Kitchen.

February 8, 2013

Gay *NSYNC star has slammed the R&B singer after his alleged attack against out artist Frank Ocean

Openly gay *NSYNC star Lance Bass has attacked Chris Brown after it was alleged he called Frank Ocean ‘faggot’ during their brawl last month.

The two R&B singers fought in Los Angeles in January allegedly over a parking space, with Ocean being named by police as the victim.

Bass said as a black man Brown should realize when it comes to ‘very derogatory’ words, he should know the slur was ‘definitely meant to hurt’.

October 25, 2012

R&B singer blasts gay slur story as a 'fabrication' which uses homophobia to gain attention

Hip hop star Chris Brown has denied calling a fan a 'faggot'.

The singer is reported to have attacked Lucas Peter after he asked Brown for an autograph outside a movie theater in Los Angeles on Friday (19 October).

Peter told RadarOnline that the Turn Up The Music chart topper refused to sign anything and hurled homophobic abuse when confronted about it.

However, Brown's representative claims that the allegations were untrue.

August 17, 2012

Catholic group report claims several popular children's TV characters 'promote homosexuality'

Ukraine is considering calls for SpongeBob and other 'gay' children's TV characters to be banned.

The Eastern European country's National Expert Commission for Protecting Public Morality is considering a report published on Catholic website 'Family Under the Protection of the Holy Virgin' that claims that the popular children’s TV show promotoes homosexuality and is damaging to children.

August 17, 2012

Catholic group report claims several popular children's TV characters 'promote homosexuality'

Ukraine is considering calls for SpongeBob and other 'gay' children's TV characters to be banned.

The Eastern European country's National Expert Commission for Protecting Public Morality is considering a report published on Catholic website 'Family Under the Protection of the Holy Virgin' that claims that the popular children’s TV show promotoes homosexuality and is damaging to children.

June 7, 2012

'I spent most of the concert in a stall, rocking back and forth'

Don't expect to ever see Eddie Murphy as a guest on Bravo's Watch What Happen Live hosted by Andy Cohen.

In his new memoir, Most Talkative, the openly gay Cohen shares a traumatic experience he had in high school when he and his friends went to see Murphy in concert during his days on Saturday Night Live.

'Unfortunately, his live routine differed from his television shtick; namely in that it mostly consisted of ridiculing gay people,' Cohen writes. 'Every other word out of his mouth was 'faggot' and with each and every gay joke, the crowd went wild.'

May 30, 2012

Former Teletubby actress says gay rumors are 'embarrassing'

The actress who played Laa-Laa in Britain's cult children's TV show the Teletubbies insists the colorful characters were not gay, putting an end to years of rumors.

Nikki Smedley broke her silence over Laa-Laa, Tinky Winky, Dipsy and Po's sexuality to the Birmingham Mail.

'I think it’s embarrassing for the people who said it,' she said.

'What kind of person can take the obvious innocence and turn it into something else? We were hardly sexual beings.'