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Tuesday, 29 August 2017

West Wing advisers call Ivanka 'Princess Royal' and Jared is suspected of leaking the Don Jr ...

West Wing advisers call Ivanka 'Princess Royal' and Jared is suspected of leaking the Don Jr ...
- While Ivanka Trump has spoken publicly about her support for the LGBT community, it did not prevent her father from announcing a ban on ...

Australian ad says gay marriage means boys 'will be made to wear dresses'

Australian ad says gay marriage means boys 'will be made to wear dresses'
- A TV ad against same-sex marriage has been broadcast in Australia, ahead of a landmark vote on the issue. The ad, produced by the anti-LGBT ...

Younger adults, especially men, less likely to treat high blood pressure

Younger adults, especially men, less likely to treat high blood pressure
- Younger adults are less likely than older people to know they have high blood pressure and to treat the condition, increasing their ...

New research shows older people pick up threats just as much as young

New research shows older people pick up threats just as much as young
- University of Portsmouth found both older people and younger people could tell which walk was more aggressive. Former German nurse now ...

Frankfurt is winning the battle for Brexit spoils

Frankfurt is winning the battle for Brexit spoils
- Many banks' patience with the protracted Brexit negotiations, through which regulatory frameworks for foreign exchange trading and conditions for ...

EU 'concerned' about slow pace of divorce talks as Britain urges 'imagination and flexibility'

EU 'concerned' about slow pace of divorce talks as Britain urges 'imagination and flexibility'
- The European Union's chief negotiator Michel Barnier has said he is concerned at the slow progress of Brexit talks as his British counterpart David ...

Brexit talks continue as EU's chief negotiator urges UK to take them seriously

Brexit talks continue as EU's chief negotiator urges UK to take them seriously
Brexit negotiations are continuing in Brussels after the EU told the UK it needed to get serious about the withdrawal talks. Day two of the latest round of ...

Labour has to be bolder on Brexit: our economy depends on it

Labour has to be bolder on Brexit: our economy depends on it
- Labour's commitment to retaining Britain's membership of the single market and the customs union during any post-Brexit transition is a brave and ...

Juncker: 'enormous' amount of Brexit issues need to be resolved

Juncker: 'enormous' amount of Brexit issues need to be resolved
- Jean-Claude Juncker has warned an “enormous of amount issues” need to be addressed in the Brexit talks, as Brussels piles pressure on the UK ...

Japan has shot down Theresa May's hopes for a quick trade deal after Brexit

Japan has shot down Theresa May's hopes for a quick trade deal after Brexit
- Theresa May's hopes for a quick trade deal with Japan after Brexit are set to be dashed as Japanese officials signalled that they are in no ...

None of UK Government's Brexit position papers satisfactory, says EC's Juncker

None of UK Government's Brexit position papers satisfactory, says EC's Juncker
- European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker has delivered a fresh rebuke to Theresa May over her Government's handling of the Brexit ...

Angela Merkel nods to migrant quota deal with African nations

Angela Merkel nods to migrant quota deal with African nations
- The paper also reported on an overwhelming number of phone calls related to mental health problems to Britain's Metropolitan police. The number of ...

Police swamped by 115000 phone calls on mental health every year

Police swamped by 115000 phone calls on mental health every year
- The Metropolitan Police received a phone call relating to mental health ... The number of calls made to Britain's biggest force last year was 115,000, ...

Aerobic exercise could help women alleviate symptoms

Aerobic exercise could help women alleviate symptoms
- Their study, published in the British Journal of General Practice, concludes that exercise - either in group sessions, individually or when added to other ...

Meet the barber who is saving lives and tackling the issue of male suicide

Meet the barber who is saving lives and tackling the issue of male suicide
- barber Tom Chapman, has already been instrumental in preventing 11 men from committing suicide by helping them talk about their mental health.

Insightful drama peels back layers from mental health taboos

Insightful drama peels back layers from mental health taboos
- THE subject of mental health was successfully tackled at Swindon's Shoebox Theatre on Saturday in the form of a puppetry show called The Girl who ...

Why Kenya is not ready for the gay agenda

Why Kenya is not ready for the gay agenda
Homophobia in itself is not a bother for many; the concept of hostile reception towards members of the gay community has been characterized with ...

This baker can't understand why people don't like her homophobia

This baker can't understand why people don't like her homophobia
- Every time a same-sex couple comes in for a wedding cake appointment, Cathy Miller, who owns Tastries Bakery in Bakersfield, California, tells them ...

Students taking a stand for Yes

Students taking a stand for Yes
- This will be an opportunity for students and young people to put forward our own positive narrative and counter the right's bigotry and homophobia.

That Gay Episode: 'Night Court' Reveals How The Patriarchy Fuels Homophobia

That Gay Episode: 'Night Court' Reveals How The Patriarchy Fuels Homophobia
- There are nuances to homophobia that are hard to see (or just plain irrelevant) when you're on the receiving end of oppression. But there's a spectrum ...

Manchester Evening News' fantastic response to homophobia is going viral

Manchester Evening News' fantastic response to homophobia is going viral
- And it's understandable. Engaging with the worst this world has to offer – the homophobes, transphobes and other dregs of humanity – is emotionally ...

Escape from ISIS: A gay Syrian man's tale of fleeing his country

Escape from ISIS: A gay Syrian man's tale of fleeing his country
- Gay men in war-torn Middle Eastern countries face threats from three ... “If a family member kills their son for being homosexual, they won't pay a ...

A Video of Arabs Taking Part in Montreal Pride Went Viral in the Middle East

A Video of Arabs Taking Part in Montreal Pride Went Viral in the Middle East
- A video of individuals from a number of Arab nations taking part in a ... In fact, of the ten countries that have the death penalty for homosexuality, all are ...

Advertisers move away from using pictures of white, straight customers for fear of being seen as ...

Advertisers move away from using pictures of white, straight customers for fear of being seen as ...
- Adverts that have featured gay couples include Ikea's 'all homes are ... firm's Facebook page, geographically aimed at its followers in the Middle East.

Gays Behaving Badly

Gays Behaving Badly
- She continued to recount in disbelief, how a gay guy stood next to us had taken a step back, looked me up and down from head to toe and then turned ...

Roughly a Dozen 'Gays for Trump' Protestors Showed Up at Charlotte Pride

Roughly a Dozen 'Gays for Trump' Protestors Showed Up at Charlotte Pride
- This decision caused roughly a dozen LGBTQ Trump supporters to protest alongside the annual parade on Sunday. “Come and show your support for ...

The Dangerous 'Gay Men Are Misogynists' Movement

The Dangerous 'Gay Men Are Misogynists' Movement
- Looking back, the homophobia disgusts me. At the ... He is sniffily dismissive of the fact that the UK 1967 decriminalisation was of male homosexuality, ...

My daughter asked me 'are you gay?' and I burst into tears': Incredibly candid moment a 40-year ...

My daughter asked me 'are you gay?' and I burst into tears': Incredibly candid moment a 40-year ...
- Constable Martina Winkworth said she started to take an interest in female-based activities and at 38-years-old travelled back to the U.K where she ...

How the postal vote fiasco turned the marriage equality campaign around

How the postal vote fiasco turned the marriage equality campaign around
- More than 20,000 people, the largest demonstration for LGBTI rights in Australian history, packed into Melbourne's CBD on 26 August to demand ...

More Anti-Gay Posters From Neo-Nazis Have Entered Australia's Same-Sex Marriage Debate

More Anti-Gay Posters From Neo-Nazis Have Entered Australia's Same-Sex Marriage Debate
- It comes in the midst of a heated debate in Australia over same-sex marriage, LGBTI rights, and LGBTI people more broadly, prompted by the ...

Choose your own gender! Government change allows people to officially switch sexes without ...

Choose your own gender! Government change allows people to officially switch sexes without ...
- Jonathon Mann, chairman of LGBTI lobby group Rainbow Rights, put forward the motion arguing the invasive requirements were outdated.

Mark Latham: Same-Sex yes vote will open a can of worms

Mark Latham: Same-Sex yes vote will open a can of worms
- These include the well-known LGBTI designations — lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex — plus a bewildering array of other terminology.

Always held Right to Privacy is fundamental right: Prasad

Always held Right to Privacy is fundamental right: Prasad
- This judgement has implications for several other issues, including sexual rights and freedoms for LGBTI people. The top court is also hearing another ...