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March 17, 2014

Australian-American business magnate accuses Guinness of being manipulated by gay rights organizations after the Irish drinks company pulled out of sponsoring New York City's St Patrick's Day parade

Australian-American press tycoon Rupert Murdoch has attacked gay rights groups for ‘bullying’ today (17 March).

The owner of organizations such as US’ Fox News and UK’s The Sun and the now defunct News of the World stepped into the controversy surrounding the St Patrick’s Day parade in New York City.

In the early hours of yesterday morning, Ireland’s most popular stout revealed it would no longer be sponsoring New York City’s parade.

March 17, 2014

Australian-American business magnate accuses Guinness of being manipulated by gay rights organizations after the Irish drinks company pulled out of sponsoring New York City's St Patrick's Day parade

Australian-American press tycoon Rupert Murdoch has attacked gay rights groups for ‘bullying’ today (17 March).

The owner of organizations such as US’ Fox News and UK’s The Sun and the now defunct News of the World stepped into the controversy surrounding the St Patrick’s Day parade in New York City.

In the early hours of yesterday morning, Ireland’s most popular stout revealed it would no longer be sponsoring New York City’s parade.

July 30, 2013

Andrew Creagh, editor of DNA, probably the world’s sexiest gay men’s magazine, worries about a new censorship crackdown and freedom of expression in the US, UK and Australia

I’m horrified to see UK magazine retailers censoring the covers of lads’ mags. I agree the way these magazines depict women is sexist, but if retailers are serious in this crusade they should take The Sun and The Daily Star, with their topless page-three girls, off their shelves as well.

July 24, 2013

British actor was asked by one of his closest friends to officiate a civil ceremony in Ibiza, explaining why he could not make the San Diego Comic Con

Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch married a gay couple in Ibiza at the weekend.

The British actor was asked by one of his closest gay friends to oversee his civil ceremony on Saturday night (20 July).

The names of the loving gay couple has not been revealed.

June 4, 2013

British Conservative politician and his spouse have denied discriminating against their lesbian housekeeper

A British Conservative member of parliament and his wife have been accused of groping their lesbian maid in an attempt to have a threesome with her.

The couple, known as Mr and Mrs P, attempted to perform a sex act on their housekeeper, an employment tribunal was told.

She claimed the politician and his wife found it funny as she fled the living room and barricaded the door.

May 15, 2013

British-Irish group responds to Lance Bass' assertion that every boy band needs to have a gay member

British-Irish group The Wanted has said while they do not follow the ironclad rule a boy band must have a gay one - they might ‘dabble’.

The ‘Chasing The Sun’ boy band was talking at an Australian show and was asked to respond to *NSYNC’s Lance Bass recent comments.

March 27, 2013

Magic Mike actor Tatum reveals his man crush on his friend, ER and Ocean’s Eleven star George Clooney

Channing Tatum has said he would have gay sex with fellow Hollywood A-list star George Clooney.

The 32-year-old Magic Mike actor was asked who he thought the sexiest man alive was, The Sun newspaper reports.

He said: ‘Well I’ve spent time with George Clooney and he’s the most interesting man on the planet.

‘He can do it all. Yep, I guess what I’m saying is I’d have sex with him.’

March 22, 2013

The death of transgender teacher Lucy Meadows, who had her story revealed by the tabloid press, has provoked more bad coverage and again raised questions about press ethics

When confronted with Trans Media Watch’s evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into standards in the British press, Dominic Mohan (the editor of the Sun) said on oath to the inquiry: ‘I think we have improved our reporting in these matters ... we’ve raised our game in terms of transgender reporting.’

March 22, 2013

The death of transgender teacher Lucy Meadows, who had her story revealed by the tabloid press, has provoked more bad coverage and again raised questions about press ethics

When confronted with Trans Media Watch’s evidence to the Leveson Inquiry into standards in the British press, Dominic Mohan (the editor of the Sun) said on oath to the inquiry: ‘I think we have improved our reporting in these matters ... we’ve raised our game in terms of transgender reporting.’

November 28, 2012

ITV talent show judge Louis Walsh wins payout from The Sun after false claims of a gay sex attack in a Dublin nightclub

X Factor judge Louis Walsh has won €500,000 from The Sun after it falsely claimed he had sexually assaulted a man in a Dublin nightclub following a Westlife concert.

Britain’s most popular tabloid newspaper will make the payout (equivalent to $645,000) after admitting the claim was untrue and the ‘alleged assault did not occur in the first place’.

They said TV talent singing show judge Walsh had groped unemployed dance teacher Leonard Watters at the celebrity club Krystle after a Westlife concert in April 2011.

November 10, 2012

According to reports, the pop superstar has bought a new home in Los Angeles in preparation for the new arrival

Gay pop superstar Elton John and his partner David Furnish are expecting a second baby.

The couple are said to be ‘over the moon’ about the arrival due next year.

John, 65, and Furnish, 50, are thought to be using the surrogate who gave birth to their 23-month-old son Zachary.

As reported by The Sun, a source said: ‘Elton and David love this lady like a sister and they feel indebted to her for life.

November 6, 2012

Adelia Zeidler says the Clooney family no longer listen to gossip about her Hollywood brother's sexuality

George Clooney's sister has slammed gay rumors about her Hollywood brother as 'ridiculous'.

The hunky actor has been consistently dogged by gay rumors, despite being connected to a string of beautiful women including British model Lisa Snowdon and actresses Kelly Preston and Renee Zelwegger.

His big sister Adelia Zeidler has now reacted to the ongoing gossip, defending his brother's sexuality.

October 31, 2012

According to reports, the former Celebrity Big Brother contestant will take to the ice floor in 2013

Gareth Thomas has reportedly been signed for Dancing On Ice.

The Welsh gay rugby star and Celebrity Big Brother contestant is said to slipping on his sequins for the British ice-dancing competition.

Comedian and I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here winner Joe Pasquale and soap actors Matt Lapinskas and Samia Ghadie are also said to be taking to the ice floor, as reported by The Sun.

London Olympians Beth Tweddle, who won bronze on the uneven bars, and Luke Campbell, won gold in the boxing, will also join the latest series.

October 30, 2012

The 25-year-old mother lost a sing-off on the British competition reality show, but has accused the judges of tactical voting

Jade Ellis, who left the X Factor competition on Sunday (28 October), has accused the British reality show's judges of tactical voting.

The 25-year-old mother-of-one from London was in the bottom two with Union J, and judges Nicole Scherzinger, Gary Barlow, Louis Walsh opted to save the boyband.

October 2, 2012

Born This Way singer says she's 'too busy' to perform with pop rival and fellow gay icon Madonna

Lady Gaga has snubbed fellow gay icon Madonna by refusing to perform a duet with her in New York.

The new queen of pop turned down the Material Girl's attempt to mend a rift between the superstars because she was too busy on her Born This Way Ball tour.

'Madonna called to ask Gaga to perform with her at Yankee Stadium,' Gaga's manager Vincent Herbert said, reported The Sun.

'Her manager reached out to us and said Madonna would like Gaga to perform with her.'

July 23, 2012

Transgender pupil in UK forced to cite Equality Act before school allowed her to sit GCSE paper

A transgender teenager banned from taking an exam unless she went home and changed into boys' clothing used UK equality laws to slam the school's bigoted headteacher.

Ashlyn Parram was told she wasn't allowed to take her first GCSE exam at Giles Academy, Boston, Lincolnshire, because she was wearing tights, skirt and a blazer, The Sun reported.

July 12, 2012

British soap opera Coronation Street’s signature lesbian character, has told The Sun she has the hots for the Barbadian pop star

Brooke Vincent, who plays lesbian character Sophie Webster in UK television soap Coronation Street, says Rihanna is her secret girl crush.

April 2, 2012

A military police investigation has been launched after claims young soldier was victim of 'horrifying' sexual assault

A young soldier at Prince Harry's UK army base was allegedly pinned down and assaulted during a 'horrifying' gay sex attack.

A probe by the Royal Military Police's Special Investigation Branch has been launched after it was claimed three male soldiers returning from a night out sexually assaulted another male squaddie as he lay in bed.

February 28, 2012

UK politician Simon Hughes told the Leveson Inquiry Rupert Murdoch's tabloid obtained his private phone records

Simon Hughes, the deputy leader of the UK's Liberal Democrat party, says The Sun newspaper outed him after obtaining his telephone records.

The Rupert Murdoch owned tabloid ran a front page splash on the MP in 2006, reporting he had made calls to a gay chat line.

The politician today told the Leveson Inquiry into invasions of privacy by the British press that his phone's voicemail messages relating to party business had gone missing or were unread during a period of 'systematic failure' between 2002 and 2006.

February 21, 2012

The parents of a five-year-old trans in England applauded for allowing their child to live as a girl

A five-year-old child from Essex has become one of the youngest transgender people in the UK.

Zach Avery was just three years old when mother-of-four Theresa was told by her child, ‘Mummy, I’m a girl’, reported The Sun newspaper.

‘I assumed he was just going through a phase and just left it at that,’ Theresa said.

‘But then it got serious and he would become upset if anyone referred to him as a boy.