29th September 2014
Bishop of Manchester: The Church is capable of being on the right side of equality 18
4:20 PM — The Bishop of Manchester has said hailed the introduction of female Bishops, and added that the Church should come out "on the right side of equality".
South Africa’s queer youth: The future of the LGBT movement?
2:11 PM — On 26 September in Johannesburg, South Africans celebrated their diversity on Heritage Day and used it to strengthen LGBT youth activism.
28th September 2014
Serbia: Defiant crowds take part in first Belgrade Pride since violent clashes 1
1:19 PM — Hundreds of people are taking part in the first Belgrade Pride parade permitted to go ahead in four years.
27th September 2014
12 facts about bisexual people, according to the internet 1
5:05 PM — To celebrate Bisexual Visibility Week, some bi people took to Twitter to break down some very basic facts about bisexuality.
26th September 2014
Watch: Bi people tell their stories at the Stonewall Inn
7:04 PM — A video has been released of bisexual people speaking outside the Stonewall Inn, to celebrate Bisexual Awareness Week.
24th September 2014
Serbia: Orthodox Church attacks ‘shameless’ Pride parade 28
6:57 PM — The head of the Serbian Orthodox Church has attacked the "shameless" organisers of Belgrade Pride.
21st September 2014
Casey Stoney: I came out so my children can be proud of who they are 1
3:29 PM — Former England women's captain Casey Stoney says she came out earlier this year for the sake of her children.
20th September 2014
Russia: QueerFest culture festival ‘sprayed with gas’ by homophobic thugs 3
5:37 PM — Anti-gay activists have attacked an LGBT culture festival in St Petersburg, spraying participants with a harmful gas.
19th September 2014
Israel: Twice-cancelled Jerusalem Pride attracts low turnout 45
1:15 PM — This year's Jerusalem Pride - which was delayed twice due to the Gaza conflict - has finally gone ahead, but attracted a lower-than-expected turnout.
16th September 2014
Comment: We shouldn’t be priced out of Pride 43
11:05 AM — With an increasing number of Pride events now charging for entry, Benali Hamdache, chair of LGBTIQ Greens, writes for PinkNews about what it means for social inclusion.
15th September 2014
Photos: Equal marriage runway a surprise hit at New York Fashion Week 2
1:16 PM — A fashion designer celebrated marriage equality during New York Fashion Week, with a runway show themed around same-sex marriage.
14th September 2014
Sophie Ellis-Bextor: I won’t boycott Russia over anti-gay laws, I have lots of gay fans there 8
2:46 PM — Sophie Ellis-Bextor has said she won't stop performing in Russia over its anti-gay laws - because she doesn't want to abandon her gay fans there.
13th September 2014
US: Smithsonian’s LGBT collection could add signs from Westboro Baptist Church 10
4:19 PM — The Smithsonian museum's new LGBT history collection could add materials from anti-gay groups.
Photos: Firearms cops wear Rainbow Laces 13
12:31 PM — The Rainbow Laces campaign has found support from a team more used to riot gear than football gear.
Boris Johnson selected to stand for Parliament in Uxbridge and South Ruislip 10
11:58 AM — London Mayor Boris Johnson has been selected to stand for Parliament as a Tory candidate in Uxbridge and South Ruislip.
Andrew Scott: Pride is ‘not a gay film’ 10
11:45 AM — Sherlock star Andrew Scott has claimed that Pride isn't a "gay film".
12th September 2014
Drag queens condemn Facebook for ‘real name’ crackdown 13
6:56 PM — Facebook has been condemned by a number of drag queens for banning users who don't use their real name on their profiles.
11th September 2014
Transport for London to install Arsenal’s first ever rainbow crossing 1
4:42 PM — Arsenal Underground station is set to get its first ever rainbow crossing, in support of Rainbow Laces 2014.
South Africa: Mpumalanga makes history with first pride parade
4:15 PM — Mpumalanga's Gert Sibande District made history this week after hosting its first ever pride parade for LGBT communities in South Africa.
10th September 2014
Finland: Store refuses to stock homoerotic Tom of Finland stamps to avoid ‘offending’ customers 7
4:01 PM — A Finnish supermarket chain has refused to stock any of the range of stamps produced to commemorate the influential gay artist Tom of Finland.