Anglicans split over gay row
The division in the Anglican Communion over gay issues has appeared to grow deeper, with leaders demanding that the US and Canadian branches of the church temporarily withdraw from a church council.
Move To End 'Don't Ask' As GAO Reveals Gay Ban Cost $200 Million
(Washington) On the heels of a new report by the Government Accounting Office showing "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" has cost taxpayers more than $200 million since its inception in 1993 a group of congressmembers has announced plans to introduce legislation to end the ban on gays in the military.
Map reading study laughed off by gay groups
A study claiming to reveal that gay men and heterosexual women have poor map reading skills has been laughed off by gay groups.
Impact of Navy's gay recruiting felt overseas
The impact of the Royal Navy's decision to actively encourage lesbian and gay people to sign up is being felt across the globe, particularly in those countries that still hold a ban on gays in the armed forces.
Library sees gay books arrival
A library in north London will see more than 150 LGBT themed books on its shelves from next week, as part of the LGBT History Month.