21st November 2011
Kelly Osbourne apologises for “derogatory and hurtful” trans term 20
11:50 AM — Reality TV star writes in an open letter that she was not aware how "unbelievably offensive" the term was.
Birmingham’s Nightingale Club goes into administration 14
11:25 AM — Several separate consortiums are understood to be planning to bid for the assets and lease of the venue. The administration process is expected to be concluded in less than two months.
Lady Gaga and Google to be honoured by The Trevor Project
9:45 AM — Bisexual star will be honoured for her anti-bullying work, while the search engine has been noted for its promotion of gay employees.
18th November 2011
In Photos: The finalists for Mr Gay UK 2011 197
5:27 PM — PinkNews.co.uk guides you through the contestants for Mr Gay UK 2011.
Mr Gay UK returns after 3-year absence 2
5:27 PM — Mr Gay UK returns after a three year absence, with a new online voting system for the candidates.
LGBT History month 2012 to focus on homophobia in sport 27
4:24 PM — Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone will be answering questions about the government's plans for tackling homophobia at a pre-launch event on Monday.
UK organisations to mark Trans Day of Remembrance this weekend 15
10:18 AM — Events will be held around the country to remember 18 individuals who were killed or committed suicide this year worldwide.
17th November 2011
Californian Supreme Court rules opponents can appeal court decision to allow gay marriage 35
11:48 PM — The on-off battle for gay marriage in California has taken yet another turn. The state's supreme court has ruled that anti-gay marriage group, ProtectMarriage can defend the ban on gay marriage in court.
Lady Gaga tops poll of celebrities “doing most to tackle bullying” 16
2:53 PM — Bisexual star led the poll ahead of retired rugby player Ben Cohen, both of whom have started foundations aimed at tackling bullying and supporting people who have been bullied.
South Yorkshire study: Gay students “told to change for PE separately” 109
1:13 PM — Study recommends creation of LGBT "champions" to promote awareness and support after students tell of policies which have potential to "single out and exclude".
BBC newsreader Jane Hill confirms plans for civil partnership 63
10:34 AM — Newsreader is planning a civil partnership with her partner, Sara, but has witnessed a backlash to some reports including quotation marks around the word "marriage".
Gay and human rights champion Peter Tatchell awarded honorary doctorate 39
12:53 AM — London's South Bank University has awarded an honorary doctorate of laws to the human and gay rights campaigner and regular PinkNews.co.uk columnist Peter Tatchell.
16th November 2011
Topless US trans woman charged with indecent exposure as a man 36
12:14 PM — Andrea Jones, who is treated as a woman by the federal government and a man by the state of Tennessee, was arrested by state police for bearing her breasts in public and charged as a man.
14th November 2011
New AIDS film records “dedication of those who fought epidemic” 38
4:12 PM — American documentary follows story of 1980s San Franciscans described by critic as the "equivalent of World War II resistance fighters".
Focus on homophobic speech for Anti-Bullying Week 19
10:29 AM — Nearly all secondary school teachers in a recent poll reported hearing the word "gay" used pejoratively.
French mayor performs “militant gay marriage ceremony” 17
9:45 AM — The ceremony, before the 2012 presidential election, is the second held by a town's mayor to attract national attention, with some dismissing it as "provocative".
Thousand mourners attend funeral of Stuart Walker 112
9:24 AM — Over a tenth of the town's population arrive at the funeral of the murdered barman.
11th November 2011
Comment: With the LGBTQ community, we’re not all the same 32
5:06 PM — Maxwell Zachs talks about life as a transgender man, the differences between people which mean real diversity, and not being "just a regular guy".
Lesbian writer and publisher Barbara Grier dies, aged 78 7
4:27 PM — Grier will be remembered for founding Naiad Press, at its height one of the world's most successful gay publishing houses.
Liverpool unveils UK’s first gay street signs 55
2:40 PM — New signs display a rainbow flag in the corner, and will be used in the city's famous gay quarter.