A Sainsbury's security guard ordered the men to separate, but ignored straight couples, they claim
Three gay men appealed for the law to be overturned, arguing it is unconstitutional
Ministry of Defence buildings are lit in rainbow colors, as military recognizes end of ban on gay personnel in January 2000
Sharron Davies called drag shows a "parody of what a real woman is, like black face"
Lawyer slams homophobic comparison with an "effeminate" claimant who "wore lipstick"
British royal said he worried how people might react, but would "fully support whatever decision they make"
Francis told gay British comedian Stephen K Amos that "all human beings" have dignity
Lloyd Russell-Moyle said he wanted to "defy the stigma around the disease"
The British comic genius brings his hilariously inept secret agent back to cinemas on October 26