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Match.com asked bisexual users to pay double to search for both men and women

Match.comThe dating website, Match.com, that has supported lesbian and gay users for years, has told a bisexual user that she must make two separate accounts, and pay for two separate subscriptions in order to search for both men and women. Costing between £6.49 and £29.99 a month, this means a total of £60 could be paid by any bisexual user.

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Marriage "AT LAST"

lesbian-weddingWe are here today to witness the beginning of a new era. Same sex marriage has finally been approved and from today is legal in England and Wales.

The first set of Ceremonies take place this weekend, after years of campaigning history has been made and welcomes any couple to be married. We should all give ourselves a round of applause and raise a glass to this joyous occasion. But let’s not forget how we got to this place, the years of campaigning and protests.

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Pride London Launch Crowd-Funding Campaign

paradeIt was this week announced that this year’s London Pride, which shall take place on Saturday 28th June, is to launch a crowd-funding campaign in attempt to raise in excess of £25,000.

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Jessie J back to "men only"

Jessie J twitterThe Do It Like A Dude singer has hit back at remarks that "Jessie J is no longer my perfect role model". Pink News reported earlier this week that the former Voice mentor now fancied men and men only. The website also reported that Jessie felt that she had changed from that part of her life. Jessie took to Twitter to defend herself, explaining that the pressure to live up to other peoples' expectations had been too much:

"People? Let's get real here. There is no such thing as "A perfect role model" Yes I believe that you can look up to someone, aspire to have similar traits they may have in your own personal way. But you can't be them. Take my name out of this for a second, it's a bigger issue with today's generation especially. Be your own role model. Be you."

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Same-sex attractions are perfectly natural, says Cameron Diaz.

IFWT cameron diaz makeupWe all have a celebrity crush that just won’t go away, and I am sure Cameron Diaz is one of these on the exhaustive list of women we love.

The soon to be cover girl of May’s Glamour, Cameron Diaz, opens up about her attraction to women in a recent interview with the magazine, suggesting that women should be less competitive and more supportive of each other.

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Lorde quizzed about her close friend Taylor Swift

Lorde and Taylor SwiftWith recent pictures of model Cara Delevingne and Michelle Rodriguez getting everyone gossiping weren’t enough, we then had Katy Perry kissing the girl that is Miley Cyrus and liking it. There has been people standing up and saying it’s brilliant. And then there have been others who are quick to say how fake they are and how dare they try and be part of the community. Opinions fly everywhere.


But this week Lorde has spoken out about her close friendship with Taylor Swift after a Radio interview went a bit amiss in Austrailia. The Royals singer spoke in an interview to DJ Kyle Sandilands, wh was interviewing her on KIIS FM. He made a comment about how the two lived spent a lot of time together.

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Lena Dunham says co-star's rise shows Hollywood's sexism

Lena Dunham SXSW 2014Lena Dunham has given her ketnote speech at the SXSW film festival to talk about the stars of her hit show Girls having vastly different successes.

She compared Adam Driver's varies castings to those of the female stars. “People are ready to see Adam play a million different guys in one year – from lotharios to villains to nerds. Meanwhile [co-stars] Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet are still waiting for parts they can get interested in”.

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Ellen Paige Love and Suits

EllenPageSuitThe tweets just keep on coming for the amazing Ellen Paige who came out in February during a speech at the Time to Thrive conference. The actress, who is most famous for her roles in Juno and Inception, has said that she is so happy to be herself now. We picked some of the most inspiring and nicest tweets from the list as we thought it was just simply lovely!

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Was It Transphobic?

oscarselfie-624x351Ellen De Generous, the voice of Dory on Finding Nemo and one of the funniest famous lesbians of our era, presented the Oscars this week and everyone was very excited. However the comments afterwards were very mixed. Apart from most of her jokes receiving praise on twitter and her outrageous outfits getting retweeted as well as the famous ‘Best Selfie Ever’ picture she was also called boring, irrelevant and even accused of being Transphobic.

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England football captain Casey Stoney speaks out about her sexuality

Casey-stoney-captain-300x300England Women's Team Captain Casey Stoney has talked openly for the first time about her sexuality. Speaking to BBC Sport Online she said that she was inspired by Olympic medallist Tom Daley talking about being in a relationship with a man, and because of the "loving relationship" that she is in herself.

The Arsenal defender said that although she had never hidden it within footballing circles, it was harder to talk about it in the outside world. The thirty one year old then said that she had spent the last ten years caring too much about what people would think; feeling frightened of what they might think, the stereotypes and of being judged amongst other things. "In the past I would make up lies about having a boyfriend" she told Alistair McGowen, but with age comes a new maturity to Stoney and it's been a weight off her shoulders.

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