12 June 2012
NAT and Gaydar to encourage HIV testing at WorldPride in London
NAT, the National AIDS Trust, will be teaming up with Gaydar.co.uk for World Pride on Saturday 7 July with the message ‘Take Pride, Get Tested’.
11 June 2012
Millions attend Sao Paolo’s gay pride parade
Organisers estimated more than three million people were to join Sao Paolo's pride parade yesterday in the world’s biggest celebration of gay culture.
8 June 2012
In Photos: Tel Aviv Pride 2012
Tel Aviv today celebrated the largest pride in the Middle East with more than 100,000 people lining the streets and partying on the beach.
8 June 2012
LA: West Hollywood approves rainbow street crossings for June
The local council for the West Hollywood area of Los Angeles has approved a measure to paint a street crossing in rainbow colours for the month of June.
5 June 2012
Utah: Mormons march in their hundreds at gay pride parade
Almost three hundred members of the Mormon Church, all of whom define themselves as straight, joined the gay pride march in Salt Lake City, Utah, in order to show their support for gay rights.
3 June 2012
Birmingham Pride unveils the Gay Rhino
Thousands of people attended a weekend of celebrations to mark Birmingham Pride, which saw the unveiling of the lavish rhinestone sculpture, nicknamed the Gay Rhino.
3 June 2012
Poland and Latvia host gay pride marches
Hundreds of gay and trans men and women, together with their supporters, marched through the capitals of Poland and Latvia today, demanding greater acceptance and rights in their respective societies, where they still face high levels of homophobia and transphobia.
1 June 2012
Target Corp. releases gay pride t-shirts, angers anti-gay groups
US retail giant, Target, has begun selling gay pride t-shirts on its website in order to raise money for a pro-equality group, earning thus the wrath of anti-gay groups around the country.
1 June 2012
Los Angeles artist bids for rainbow crossings during pride month
An artist in LA has launched a last-minute bid to convince the council of West Hollywood to paint its street crossings rainbow colours for gay pride in June.
21 May 2012
MEPs support ‘free speech’ after Kiev pride violence
Members of the European Parliament are concerned about the number of gay pride marches being cancelled or banned across Europe due to homophobic violence or laws criminalising public support for LGBT rights.
18 May 2012
Hillary Clinton to officially accept WorldPride award
US Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton has formally agreed to accept WorldPride’s “World LGBT Award” as the event comes to London this summer.
14 May 2012
Thousands expected to join Suffolk Pride after year’s absence
Suffolk's LGB&T Network hopes to celebrate the region's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals when the event returns this June.
10 May 2012
Oxford to host second annual ‘drag race’ Pride fundraiser
Oxford will be hosting a 'drag race' this month to raise funds for the city's pride event in June.
4 May 2012
Hillary Clinton and ILGA to receive World Pride awards
Pride London will give US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton the 'World LGBT Award' in recognition of her contribution to protecting the rights of LGBT people worldwide ahead of World Pride in London this July.
2 May 2012
Worcestershire plans county-wide picnics for Pride
The county of Worcestershire will be celebrating the Pride season with a series of picnics across the county.
19 April 2012
Prague’s second pride event announced
Prague's second pride event will be held from 13 to 19 August 2012 on various attractive in the Czech Republic's capital.
16 April 2012
Court overrules police to give go-ahead to Budapest Pride
A court in Budapest has reportedly overruled the police's decision not to grant a licence for the city's gay pride march.
13 April 2012
Brighton Pride 2012 announces theme
A public vote has decided the theme of Brighton Pride 2012 as The United Colours of Pride.
12 April 2012
Milton Keynes to host first pride parade this year
The Buckinghamshire town of Milton Keynes is to hold its first ever gay pride parade.
11 April 2012
Budapest urged to reverse Pride route refusal
The Human Rights Watch group is calling on Hungarian authorities to reverse a decision which refused Pride organisers permission to hold a march on their chosen route in Budapest later this year.