The Sydney Convicts have dominated the competition at the Bingham Cup world cup of gay rugby, with the club’s A team winning the competition in a match against the Brisbane Hustlers with a score of 31 to 0, it’s B team reaching the semi-finals and its C team winning the Bingham Shield.
It was a stunning reversal for the Brisbane Hustlers considering that earlier this year they had beat the Convicts to win the Australian national cup of gay rugby the Purchas Cup.
Sydney Convicts captain Steve Thorne said winning in a home game had made the victory extra special for the team.
Brazilian opposition leader Marina Silva has retracted her support for gay marriage just one day after publishing a pro-gay government plan on Friday (August 29).
Her campaign team said in a statement on Saturday that the pledge to ‘back proposals defending civil marriage’ had been included due to an 'editorial error' and needed 'clarification'. The revised manifesto vows to 'defend rights relating to civil unions between same-sex couples.'
‘The text [initially] published was not the text which had been discussed,’ Silva told journalists.
According to league rules, teams have 24-hours to pick up athletes who were cut. Today, 31 August, Sam was not selected by the remaining 31 teams.
He can still be end up as a member of an NFL practice squad. As reported by the blog Outsports, 'practice squad players earn a minimum $6,300 [€4,800] per week they are on the team.' For a full 17 week s
Has the time come for Stonewall England to move on from its historic roots, as an exclusively LGB organisation, to become a much broader LGBT pressure group through the inclusion of transgender issues in its remit? And if so, how?
Those were the key questions under discussion at yesterday’s all-day workshop hosted by Stonewall at the Coin Street Conference Centre in Southwark, and attended by around 50 transgender activists and community members.
Stonewall CEO Ruth Hunt opened the day by stating Stonewall had power and influence and that it was her personal belief they should be prepared
A lesbian kissing scene has been cut from the first episode of popular British TV series Doctor Who’s Asian broadcasts last weekend
Thousands of Doctor Who fans in Asia missed out on the kiss between green-skinned lesbian lizard-woman Madame Vastra and her human wife in the first episode of the new eighth season of British science fiction series Doctor Who when it premiered in Asia last weekend.
The cut was first reported by Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post in which a local lesbian activist said that same-sex couples 'need to be portrayed as equally as heterosexual couples would, public
Earlier this week, Daniel Ashley Pierce, from Kennesaw, Georgia posted a candid video of himself having an argument with his family members and being beaten by his stepmother. In it, she can be heard saying that she 'cannot condone' his homosexuality.
'I believe in the word of God and God creates nobody that way. It's the path that you have chosen to choose,' she said.
He responds saying he believes that 'scientific proof trumps the word of God.'
She then told him, 'You will need to move out and find whenever you can to live.'