27th January 2012
US trans prisoner sues over hair treatments
5:21 PM — A trans woman in Massachusetts, USA, has filed a claim against her prison over allegations that she has not been provided with medically required hair treatments.
Amsterdam’s ‘gay cure’ rabbi ‘fears for his life’ 68
4:42 PM — The New York-based rabbi who heads Amsterdam's Orthodox Ashkenazi community had said he fears for his life after he was suspended for signing a 'gay cure' declaration.
Hepatitis C warning for HIV-positive men 8
3:39 PM — A new report is calling for raised awareness of the risks posed by hepatitis C to gay men living with HIV.
184 MEPs support gay rights manifesto 11
2:05 PM — 184 MEPs, including the President of the European Parliament came together on Wednesday to sign a pledge in support of LGBT rights, following a two-day long awareness event.
Brad Pitt’s gay marriage pledge tested 21
1:49 PM — The actor said this week the pledge he and Angelina Jolie took to hold off on marriage until equality was achieved for everyone in the US is proving hard to keep.
Interview: Jackie Green, the first trans Miss England? 24
12:36 PM — She made history recently as the first trans woman to enter the Miss England competition. Now she speaks to PinkNews.co.uk about the pageant, Lady Gaga, her aspirations, goals and love life.
Cynthia Nixon: Bisexuals? We get no respect 77
11:37 AM — After causing a storm of controversy this week when referring to being gay as a "choice" Cynthia Nixon seems to have reluctantly acknowledged that she is, in fact, bisexual.
First US Congressman to come out freely to marry partner 19
11:09 AM — The first US Congressman to come out voluntarily as gay has confirmed he plans to marry his partner of five years.
Gay Australians to receive overseas marriage permits from next month 10
10:49 AM — From February, gay Australians will be able to receive certificates allowing them to enter into gay marriages abroad.
‘Gay leper’ conference heads to London 76
10:13 AM — Organisers, who have previously held the conference in Belfast, Northern Ireland, have insisted the title is not meant to cause offence, but its beliefs and aims have been described today as "specious" and "deeply insulting".