Tuesday, 15 February 2005

Links of the Day

Tate Modern Launches Multimedia Tour
Tate Modern has launched a multimedia tour of the collection displays, the first of its kind in a UK museum. After three years of trials the Bafta award-winning product is now complete.

AMA Head Likens Gays To Coca Cola Or Rape
(White Plains, New York) The president of the American Medical Association has come to the defense of New York Medical College under attack for banning a gay students group from campus.

Czechs reject gay union bill
The Czech Republic's parliament has voted to reject a bill offering same-sex ... have allowed same-sex couples the right to officially register their partnership. ...

Is Bush Press Aide Gay?
(Washington) An online investigative journalism site Monday suggested that White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan is gay and was a regular at gay bars in Texas.

Canadian Opposition Leader Trying To Keep Lid On Party Extremists
(Ottawa) Debate on legislation to legalize same-sex marriage across Canada will begin Wednesday in the House of Commons and Conservative Party leader Stephen Harper is working overtime trying to prevent his members from appearing like red neck bigots as they oppose the bill.

Simmering Anglican Gay Feud Comes To Boil
(London) The leaders of the Church of England have begun a weeklong meeting in London aimed at resolving the feud over gays in the faith.

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