3rd September 2010
Pop, dance and cabaret at Cardiff Mardi Gras 2
1:53 PM — Cardiff’s LGBT Mardi Gras takes place this Saturday at Cooper’s Field. Forty thousand people are expected to attend the event, which features more than 40 performers and musicians performing throughout the day.
Hollyoaks actress to open trans support centre 3
12:03 PM — A Hollyoaks actress who plays a trans character will unveil an innovative trans support centre. Located in Hull, GenderShift will be opened at 2.00pm on Sunday by actress Victoria Atkin, who plays 15-year-old Jasmine/Jason Costello in the soap.
1st September 2010
Manchester council hopes to ban anti-gay protesters from Pride 23
11:28 AM — Manchester city council is hoping to work with police to see if anti-hate laws can be used to ban homophobic protesters from next year's Pride march.
31st August 2010
Londonderry’s first gay Pride parade a success 4
5:47 PM — The first ever Londonderry gay Pride parade took place in Northern Ireland last Saturday.
Big turnout for Gay Sports Day Bank Holiday fundraiser in London 2
4:47 PM — A Gay Sports day organised by GMFA, the gay men's health charity, was held in Vauxhall, south-west London yesterday, or order to help raise essential funds for gay men’s health and the local community.
Thousands attend parade and celebrations at Manchester Pride 2010 5
1:27 PM — Thousands of people attended Manchester's 20th annual gay Pride parade and celebrations over the Bank Holiday weekend.
27th August 2010
Trans woman’s employment tribunal to begin next month 16
5:13 PM — Rachel Millington was fired from her job last year after she revealed to bosses that she was starting the process of gender re-assignment. The case, which is coming before a Nottingham employment tribunal in September, may not necessarily create any startling legal precedents – but its reporting demonstrates just how far transgender rights have come in the media over the last few years.
Manchester Pride accused of ‘dumbing down’ 11
3:16 PM — The 20th Manchester Pride, whose "Big Weekend" celebrations kick off today, has been branded "dumbed down" by gay rights group Reclaim the Scene.
26th August 2010
Village Drinks to celebrate fifth birthday on Friday
9:36 PM — The UK's leading social community for gays and lesbians, Village Drinks, is to celebrate its fifth birthday in London this Friday, at a huge rooftop summer party at the Kensington Roof Gardens.
Nepal holds first gay Pride parade 2
6:07 PM — Hundreds attended Nepal's first ever gay Pride procession yesterday in the country's capital, Kathmandu.
Manchester Pride’s Big Weekend kicks off tomorrow
3:12 PM — Manchester Pride's "Big Weekend" kicks off tomorrow. The festvities will last until Monday night, when a candlelit vigil will bring the ten-day festival to a close.
Middlesbrough’s Supergay 2010 festival commences on Monday 1
12:29 PM — Supergay, Middlesbrough's annual celebration of LGBT life, returns next Monday. The festival will last until 11 September and is expected to be the biggest yet, featuring theatre, comedy, cabaret and more.
25th August 2010
Attitude magazine tackles mental health issues in gay men 26
5:48 PM — The latest edition of Attitude, the UK's best-selling gay magazine, is focusing on the sensitive - and often taboo - issue of mental health problems in gay men.
Gay men ‘continue to top list’ in contracting STIs 14
10:25 AM — Figures released by the Health protection Agency (HPA) this morning have shown that the state of sexual health among the UK population is poor, with STI rates reaching record levels. The figures have also revealed that gay men are of partcular concern.
Latest figures from Health Protection Agency show poor sexual health among gay men
12:01 AM — According to new figures collected by the Health Protection Agency (HPA), almost half a million new cases of STIs were diagnosed in the UK last year - and according to the agency, gay men are among the most worrying groups.
24th August 2010
Interview: Jonathan Hellyer, star of Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens
4:38 PM — Elegies For Angels, Punks and Raging Queens, currently at the Shaw Theatre, is a tapestry of monologues and songs inspired by the NAMES Project AIDS Memorial Quilt. Developed in the late 1980s and originally titled, 'The Quilt', 'Elegies,' as it is often shortened to, is a moving, often funny and sometimes heartbreaking collection of stories written from the perspective of characters who've died from AIDS.
23rd August 2010
GaydarRadio announces best listening figures to date
2:32 PM — The award-winning digital station GaydarRadio have scored their highest listening figures to date.
20th August 2010
Manchester Pride begins with Fringe festival 4
5:13 PM — Manchester Pride 2010 began today with a Fringe festival of comedy, art, theatre and sport. More than 40 events will be held in 20 venues ahead of the Big Weekend, which starts next Friday.
Comment: Black Pride and prejudice 114
3:34 PM — Last weekend, London saw the fifth annual Black Pride festival. Kevin Maxwell, who is mixed-race, argues that racism in the gay community means gay ethnic minorities feel the need to hold their own pride events.
18th August 2010
UK gay rights groups (with one exception) set out positions on marriage equality 75
4:59 PM — After a PinkNews.co.uk poll showed high support for opening up civil marriage to gay couples, we asked UK gay rights groups to set out their views on the issue. Eight accepted our invitation, but Stonewall, Britain's largest LGB charity declined to take part and clarify their stance on the issue.