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  • 13th August 2010

    London announces bid to host tenth gay games in 2018 6

    Gay Games medal from Chicago in 2006. London hopes to host the 2018 Games.

    3:12 PM — London is bidding to host the tenth Gay Games in 2018. The games, recently held in Cologne, are one of the largest sporting and cultural events in the world.

  • Swindon and Wiltshire Gay Pride to take place tomorrow

    The third Swindon & Wiltshire Pride takes place this weekend

    2:42 PM — Final preparations are underway for tomorrow's third annual Swindon and Wiltshire Gay Pride celebrations.

  • Glasgow gay and lesbian centre: eviction begins 3

    Ruth Black faces questions over the Castro Centre's finances

    12:31 PM — A gay and lesbian centre in Glasgow run on public money is to be finally evicted from its premises after a series of financial irregularities has come to light.

  • 12th August 2010

    Tokyo Pride to return after three years 10

    Japanese nationals can only marry same-sex partners abroad

    5:33 PM — The Japanese capital's gay community and friends are preparing to party this Saturday as Tokyo Pride takes place once again after a three-year absence.

  • UK Black Pride takes place in London this Saturday 50

    Black Pride takes place this Saturday in London

    1:56 PM — The fifth annual UK Black Pride celebrations are to take place this weekend in the grounds of north London's Regent's Park College.

  • 11th August 2010

    Comment: MP Luciana Berger joins Liverpool Pride 4

    LGBT Labour members at Liverpool Pride

    4:20 PM — The day began with a march through the city centre. As the groups taking part assembled outside St George’s Hall, the noise and excitement grew. Everything from samba dancers to trade union groups to drummers were impatiently waiting for the festivities to formally begin.

  • 10th August 2010

    Amsterdam Pride sends defiant message of gay visibility 20

    Revellers at Saturday's Amsterdam Canal Parade. (Photo: George Tops)

    3:54 PM — Adrian Tippetts reports from Amsterdam Pride, speaking to organisers ProGay about media attention, homophobic violence and why the city is not the safe haven it once was.

  • BiCon bisexuality conference to be held this month 1

    BiCon 2010 will be held later this month

    11:26 AM — The 2010 BiCon bisexuality conference will be held in London at the end of this month. The yearly event, which attracts around 250 participants, will take place at the University of London between August 26th-30th.

  • 9th August 2010

    First Liverpool Pride ‘a success’ 11

    The festival was deemed a success (Photo: Liverpool Pride)

    5:06 PM — Liverpool held its first Pride festival this weekend, which saw 21,000 people enjoy a march and party. The event, which had a rainbow circus theme, has been in planning for two years.

  • 160,000 enjoy Brighton’s biggest Pride 3

    Pride and (No) Prejudice was this year's theme (Photo: Flickr user Digital Leica)

    4:43 PM — Saturday's Brighton Pride festival was the biggest yet with more than 160,000 people joining the fun. Unlike previous years, revellers enjoyed good weather all day for the march and party in Preston Park.

  • Worcester’s first Pride cancelled 3

    Worcester Pride 2010 has been cancelled

    3:13 PM — Worcester's first Pride festival has been cancelled due to financial problems and a lack of support from local bodies and businesses.

  • 6th August 2010

    Reykjavik’s mayor opens Pride in drag 21

    Jon Gnarr kicked off the festival in drag

    5:00 PM — The mayor of Reykjavik has opened the city's Pride celebrations in drag. Jon Gnarr, a comedian, kicked off festivities last night dressed in a blonde wig, floral dress and red lipstick.

  • 4th August 2010

    Brighton Pride asks revellers to dig deep for donations 1

    Brighton Pride is on Saturday

    4:13 PM — Brighton Pride will be held this Saturday and organisers are asking revellers to help keep the festival free by donating money. The event, which has been running since 1992, has been plagued by financial problems and organisers hope to raise £40,000 on the day.

  • 3rd August 2010

    Gay MP speaks at Leeds Pride 1

    Stuart Andrew with members of LGBTory

    1:10 PM — Newly-elected Tory MP for Pudsey Stuart Andrew was one of the speakers at Leeds Pride on Sunday. Mr Andrew told crowds at the city's Millennium Square that the new coalition government was committed to tackling homophobic bullying and led the party's gay group LGBTory in the parade.

  • 30th July 2010

    Two thousand marchers join ‘subdued’ Jerusalem Pride 2

    The march was 'subdued'

    5:03 PM — Two thousand people marched in Jerusalem Pride's parade yesterday despite anti-gay protests. The march was described by onlookers as "subdued", as it lacked the usual colour, noise and vibrant costumes associated with Pride.

  • First Liverpool Pride to remember murdered gay teen Michael Causer 3

    Michael Causer was killed two years ago

    10:30 AM — Liverpool's first Pride celebration is to hold a vigil next week to remember Michael Causer, the gay teenager who was murdered in the city two years ago. Michael, an 18-year-old hairdresser, died in hospital in August 2008 after being punched and kicked.

  • 29th July 2010

    Kelis to headline Manchester Pride

    Kelis is headlining Manchester Pride

    11:23 AM — US singer Kelis is to headline Manchester's Pride festival next month. The star, whose top hits are Milkshake and Acapella, will perform on Sunday August 29th in the city.

  • 28th July 2010

    Malaysian trans woman wins asylum in UK 14

    Ian and Fatine Young have been told Fatine may stay in the UK

    1:55 PM — A Malaysian trans woman who had a civil partnership with a British man has won her fight to stay in the UK. Fatine Young, 36, who was born male, feared she would be arrested and jailed if returned to her home country, which would consider her relationship to be homosexual.

  • 23rd July 2010

    Religious protests permitted at Belfast Pride 7

    Belfast Pride may bypass protesters completely

    11:33 AM — Belfast's Parades Commission has said that no restrictions will be placed on protests against the city's Pride march. The event, expected to attract up to 15,000 people, will be held on Saturday July 31st and is targeted every year by anti-gay demonstrators from Sandown Free Presbyterian Church.

  • 19th July 2010

    Liverpool Pride unveils Cabaret Stage line-up 3

    Liverpool Pride will have a Cabaret Stage

    4:14 PM — Liverpool's first Pride event will have a cabaret stage with acts such as burlesque, singing, drag kings and queens and a Liza Minelli tribute. The rainbow circus-themed festival, to be held on August 7th and 8th, is Liverpool's first official Pride event.

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