BBC: Tattoo gay men, clergyman writes

The gay rights group Outrage described the comments as “Neanderthal”. Outrage spokesman David Allison said: “It’s the kind of remark you might expect from a drunk on a Saturday night, not someone in a supposedly responsible position.”

Anglican Homophobia Protest

Protest against the anti-gay and anti-women Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (Foca), a newly formed network for millions of Anglicans angered by the rise of liberal theology. © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news stories and articles about OutRage!, the lesbian and gay human rights group, with credit to the Anglican Homophobia Protest

Gay Millennium Protest at St. Paul’s Cathedral

[flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157624055359002″] OutRage! stages the world’s first gay rights protest of the Third Millennium CALL FOR CHURCH TO APOLOGISE FOR 2000 YEARS OF HOMOPHOBIA As the Queen arrived for the National Millennium Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral this afternoon, 2nd January, ten OutRage! protesters unfurled a huge banner with the words: “2000 Years of Gay Millennium Protest at St. Paul’s Cathedral

Lambeth / Festival Pier

[flickr_set id=”72157623969310526″] Forty gay rights activists demonstrated tonight, Tuesday, 28th July, between 6 and 7 p.m., as 800 Anglican bishops from the Lambeth Conference arrived at Festival Pier on London’s South Bank to take a boat trip down the Thames. The demonstrators from OutRage! and other queer rights groups, including the NUS, castigated the bishops Lambeth / Festival Pier

Carey hides from Gay Rights Protesters

The Archbishop of Canterbury has been accused of cowardice after he was smuggled by minders this morning (Monday, 20th July) into the opening session of the Lambeth Conference at the University of Kent by the back door, to avoid lesbian and gay rights protesters from OutRage! who were peacefully picketing the front entrance. “Carey was Carey hides from Gay Rights Protesters

Court refuses witness summons for Dr. Carey

On Friday, 12th June, Canterbury Magistrates Court refused to allow gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell to witness summons the Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. George Carey. Mr. Tatchell condemned the decision as “unjust and unfair”. “I am being denied the right to call a witness who is crucial to my defence”, he said. “Dr. Carey’s evidence Court refuses witness summons for Dr. Carey

Tatchell attacks prosecution as a waste of public money

Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell has condemned his prosecution over OutRage!’s Canterbury Cathedral protest as “a violation of the right to peaceful protest and an extravagant waste of police and court resources, which has already cost Canterbury taxpayers thousands of pounds”. “This money would be better spent on health and education, or on fighting serious Tatchell attacks prosecution as a waste of public money