25 June 2011
Updated: Russian police arrest 14 gay rights campaigners in St Petersburg
Russian police have arrested and charged up to 14 LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) activists who were attempting to hold a demonstration in St Petersburg.
23 June 2011
Will Boris Johnson lead London Pride again?
He led London Pride last year but with an election coming up in 2012, will Boris Johnson lead the parade again next weekend? PinkNews.co.uk understands that Pride organisers are keen for the mayor to take his place at the head of the march but City Hall has not yet given the go-ahead.
21 June 2011
Trans woman wants drag acts banned from Pride festival
A transgender woman in Calderdale is calling for the area's Pride festival to ban drag acts or publish a disclaimer about them.
20 June 2011
Google celebrates LGBT pride with a gay rights rainbow on results
Google has continued its now annual tradition of celebrating LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) pride on certain results during what is termed "pride month."
19 June 2011
Row after Israeli airport staff strip search Barcelona gay rights leader’s boyfriend
Two of the leading members of Barcelona's LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans) community have claimed that they were subjected to humiliating security checks while trying to fly home to Spain from Israel's Ben Gurion Airport.
10 June 2011
Tens of thousands expected at Tel Aviv Gay Pride
Tens of thousands of people are expected to join Tel Aviv Pride in Israel today.
6 June 2011
Israeli Knesset Speaker angers orthodox Jews over involvement in Gay Pride Month
Reuven Rivlin the Speaker (presiding officer) of the Knesset - the Israeli parliament - has angered conservative Jewish Knesset Members (MKs) over his plans to meet with leaders of the gay community in Israel in honor of Gay Pride Month.
6 June 2011
Scout Association unveils plans to attract more gay members and leaders
The Scout Association has revealed plans to increase its amount of gay members and leaders.
5 June 2011
Row after Federal Reserve flies gay pride rainbow flag in Virginia
The US Federal Reserve bank's decision to fly the gay pride rainbow flag outside the headquarters of the Richmond Federal Reserve in Virginia has sparked a row in a state where homosexuality is still technically illegal.
2 June 2011
American chain store sells Gay Pride t-shirts – but only in selected stores
American clothing chain Old Navy is selling Gay Pride t-shirts and donating the proceeds to the It Gets Better Campaign.
However, the t-shirts, which are emblazoned with rainbow-coloured messages such as "Love Proudly" are only being sold in 26 out of over a thousand stores nationwide, most of which are in urban areas.
1 June 2011
Harvey Milk’s nephew to kick off this weekend’s Pittsburgh gay pride rally
Stuart Milk, nephew of Harvey Milk, will speak on Friday at the Pride Advocacy Rally which kicks off this year's Pittsburgh Pride festival in Pennsylvania.
30 May 2011
First Prague gay pride to take place in August
Prague's first Pride festival will take place this summer.
30 May 2011
Scottish gay charity Equality Network present their thoughts on Moscow Pride to the Russian Consulate in Edinburgh
Edinburgh-based LGBT charity the Equality Network will today deliver a card of commiseration to the Russian consulate in Edinburgh regarding this weekend's violence at Moscow Pride.
30 May 2011
Birmingham Pride largely a success, despite police investigation of two homophobic incidents
Police are treating as homophobic two incidents that took place at an otherwise successful and peaceful Birmingham Pride over the weekend.
28 May 2011
Peter Tatchell: Police colluded with Neo-Nazis at Moscow Pride protests
The human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell reports from Moscow after another year of conflicts between police, Neo-Nazis and gay rights campaigners at Moscow Pride.
28 May 2011
Updated: Dan Choi and other gay rights activists arrested during Moscow Pride violence
Moscow police have arrested and detained a number of prominent gay rights activists including the openly gay US solider Dan Choi as homophobic violence broke out during the banned Moscow Pride march near to the Kremlin.
27 May 2011
Moscow police will break up banned gay Pride march
Moscow's police force says it will break up an unauthorised gay Pride march to be held tomorrow.
26 April 2011
Moscow set to allow first ever gay pride parade in the city
Moscow city authorities gave permission today for the first ever gay pride parade to be held in the Russian capital.
14 April 2011
Brighton Pride announces ticket price concessions
Brighton Pride has relaxed its ticket prices rules after complaints.
4 April 2011
30 attend London East End gay Pride march
An East End Gay Pride march was quietly held in Tower Hamlets on Saturday with just a few dozen people.