Cuppán Gay Global LGBT News Roundup: Friday, Feb 15

Church of England chaos as Bishop wrongly votes, LGBT rights victory in America, Susan Sarandon’s sexuality, and Gemma Arterton (pictured above) and Eva Green to play real-life lesbian lovers. It’s a packed Cuppán Gay today!

 

There’s chaos in the Church of England following the Bishop of Coventry’s apology after accidentally voting against a report maintaining the position that marriage in church should remain the lifelong union of a man and a woman, and services should not be held to bless same-sex relationships, reports the BBC. His bad!

A victory for LGBT and civil rights in Trump’s America as Washington’s high court rules florist who refused to sell flowers for a same-sex wedding cannot claim religious belief as a defense under the state’s anti-discrimination laws. (New York Times)

A 24-year-old man from Amsterdam has been arrested in suspicion of involvement in the aggravated assault of a gay couple in the Dutch capital, reports NL Times

Feud star, Susan Sarandon opens up about an affair with a gay man and says her own sexuality is up for grabs, according to pagesix.com

 

Darren Criss is to play a very different gay indeed to clean-cut, sweet-natured gay high student Blaine Anderson on Glee. He’s been cast as serial killer Andrew Cunanan whose victims included famed clothing designer Gianni Versace, reports greginhollywood.com

Criss Darren

 

Eva Green and Gemma Arterton are set to play real-life lesbian lovers, Virginia Woolf and Vita Sackville-West (pictured below) in the upcoming Vita and Virginia, according to newnownext.com

Eva Green

 

Christian Ronaldo strips down to show off his brand new underwear collection! (Attitude)

Ronaldo Underwear

 

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