25th June 2013
Stephen Fry thanks public for ‘warm and caring’ support following suicide revelation 14
12:51 PM — Stephen Fry has thanked the "warm, caring majority" who contacted him after he revealed he had attempted suicide last year.
24th June 2013
Alan Turing’s biographer criticises upcoming biopic for downplaying gay identity 65
2:51 PM — A biographer of the gay codebreaker Alan Turing has criticised an upcoming film for exaggerating Turing's love affair with a woman.
21st June 2013
British Museum launches LGBT history guide as part of Pride in London festival 3
3:17 PM — The British Museum has launched a new guide focusing on elements of LGBT history to tie in with the Pride in London festival.
12th June 2013
French Olympic swimmers pose as ‘imaginary gay couple’ for anti-homophobia campaign 13
2:01 PM — Two male French Olympic swimmers have posed in an intimate shot as an "imaginary couple", as part of a campaign to tackle homophobia, which also features images of Eva Longoria and Lara Fabian.
6th June 2013
Stephen Fry tells Twitter followers ‘I’m now fine’ following suicide revelation 9
10:49 AM — Stephen Fry has thanked people for their support, following his revelation that he had attempted suicide last year.
1st June 2013
Max Zachs of ‘My Transsexual Summer’ on new novel exploring society, gender identity and sexuality
4:17 PM — Newly published author Maxwell Zachs, best known for his role on Channel 4's 'My Transsexual Summer', writes for PinkNews.co.uk on writing his novel, which features a protagonist unsure about his gender and sexuality.
30th May 2013
Author slams Cannes-winner lesbian film which was based on her graphic novel 17
6:06 PM — The author of the graphic novel on which the winner of the Palme d'Or at this year's Cannes film festival was based, has slammed the film, saying that its lesbian sex scenes were "ridiculous", and compared them to porn.
28th May 2013
Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska to star in adaptation of groundbreaking lesbian love story
4:42 PM — Film producers the Weinstein Company have acquired the rights to 'Carol', an adaptation of the novel by Patricia Highsmith, which will star Cate Blanchett and Mia Wasikowska.
27th May 2013
Steven Spielberg: I was ‘privileged’ to see lesbian drama win at Cannes 10
3:27 PM — Famed director Steven Spielberg, has commented on the winner of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, a lesbian drama, which raised eyebrows for its graphic sex scenes, saying they were not an issue, and that it was a "great love story" he felt "privileged" to have seen.
26th May 2013
Lesbian drama takes top prize at Cannes film festival 7
11:40 PM — A film featuring the love story between two women, and which has shocked some critics because of some graphic sex scenes, has been awarded the top prize at the Cannes film festival.
16th May 2013
New Alan Turing sculpture revealed in London 6
2:17 PM — A new sculpture of gay computer genius and WWII codebreaker Alan Turing has been revealed in Paddington, London, as one of three heroes voted for by local residents.
14th May 2013
Study: Audiences don’t mind gay actors playing straight roles 11
11:51 AM — Researchers from South Carolina's Clemson University tested the hypothesis that out actors cannot play a believable straight role - and found it wasn't the case.
8th May 2013
Michael Caine: ‘My father thought I was gay’ 3
10:43 AM — Sir Michael Caine has revealed his father thought he was gay when he first decided to become an actor.
7th May 2013
Helen Mirren laughs off drummer rant by wearing t-shirt in support of gay festival 8
2:16 PM — Helen Mirren has poked fun at her rant at a group of drummers who were promoting a gay festival by wearing a custom made t-shirt in support of the event.
6th May 2013
Dame Helen Mirren dressed as the Queen tells gay festival drummers to ‘shut the f**k up’ 40
10:27 AM — Dressed as the Queen, Dame Helen Mirren told 200 drummers promoting a gay festival to "shut the f*ck up" after they disturbed a performance of 'The Audience'.
25th April 2013
UK: Gay novelist tops bestseller list with haunted debut 11
5:58 PM — A debut novel by gay author Neil Spring, based on the true story of Borey Rectory, "the most haunted house in England," has rocketed to the top of Amazon's new releases.
24th April 2013
Culture Editor Matthew Cain to leave Channel 4 News 10
12:43 PM — Gay journalist and broadcaster Matthew Cain has announced that he’s leaving Channel 4 News as the programme's culture editor in order to write fiction.
23rd April 2013
Ian McKellen: ‘I’m accepted as a gay man and as happy now as I’ve ever been’ 8
2:01 PM — Actor and activist Sir Ian McKellen has spoken of how progress in gay rights has allowed him to come out and feel accepted, and says that aged 73 he is as content with life as he has ever been.
18th April 2013
Andrew Garfield: Of course I support equal marriage, how can you argue against compassion? 6
1:00 AM — British actor Andrew Garfield has come out in strong support of equal marriage, questioning how anybody can "argue against compassion and understanding".
16th April 2013
Ian McKellen: ‘Margaret Thatcher misjudged the future with Section 28′ 23
1:46 PM — Actor Sir Ian McKellen says Margaret Thatcher "misjudged the future" with her support for Section 28.