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  • 13th December 2011

    Interview: Russell Grant on Strictly Come Dancing and returning to his theatrical roots 6

    Russell Grant returned to the spotlight recently in Strictly Come Dancing

    9:26 AM — Russell Grant talks to Laurence Watts about his accidental fame in astrology, exceeding expectations on Strictly Come Dancing, and asking Holly Valance to star in a lesbian production of Romeo and Juliet.

  • 12th December 2011

    Interview: Boy George, King of Queens 26

    Boy George's latest single is about homophobia

    10:23 AM — He’s one of the world’s most instantly recognisable people. He’s sold more than 50 million albums. He’s the lead singer of Culture Club, a singer-songwriter, a world-famous DJ, an author, a fashion designer, a gay man, a former drug-addict and now an ex-con. A new coffee table book called King of Queens documents his life to date. Laurence Watts interviews Boy George.

  • 8th December 2011

    Nominate your LGBT voices for our 2011 list of the most influential Twitter users 6

    Nominations will be open until 5pm on Friday 16th December

    10:04 AM — Whose voice has the most authority on Twitter when it comes to LGBT life? PinkNews.co.uk has teamed up with PeerIndex to draw up a list, and we need your nominations: simply tweet your nominees' usernames and the hashtag #pinkpeople2011.

  • 14th November 2011

    New AIDS film records “dedication of those who fought epidemic” 38

    The film is released in the UK on 25 November

    4:12 PM — American documentary follows story of 1980s San Franciscans described by critic as the "equivalent of World War II resistance fighters".

  • 5th October 2011

    Interview: Andy Bell on Erasure’s new album and new life 12

    Erasure are releasing their 14th album

    4:28 PM — Laurence Watts meets Erasure's Andy Bell to discuss the band's history, future and coming out as HIV-positive.

  • 4th October 2011

    Interview: Sean Maher on coming out in Hollywood 8

    Sean Maher came out last month

    2:46 PM — Sean Maher made headlines last week when he became the latest Hollywood actor to come out. With a film and TV career spanning 14 years, he is perhaps best known for his role in Firefly and its movie sequel, Serenity. He currently stars in NBC’s The Playboy Club. Laurence Watts caught up with him to discuss the public’s reaction to his announcement.

  • 3rd October 2011

    Job Ads: PinkNews.co.uk reporters/ editors (full time and freelance)

    Join the PinkNews.co.uk team

    1:49 PM — These exciting roles will put the successful candidates at the heart of the UK's most-read LGBT publication. Covering everything from politics to celebrities, you'll drive our daily coverage of breaking news as well as working on long-term investigations, features and interviews.

  • 15th September 2011

    Interview: Don Lemon, CNN’s openly gay anchorman 6

    Don Lemon says he was already out to family, friends and colleagues

    3:19 PM — Don Lemon is an Edward R Murrow Award-winning reporter and news anchor for CNN. As the weekend face of CNN Newsroom he can be seen each week in more than 100m US households. He publicly came out in his recent book, Transparent. Laurence Watts caught up with him to find out more.

  • 15th August 2011

    Kieron Richardson: ‘Other gay actors warned me not to come out’ 35

    Kieron Richardson says he's getting involved in gay rights causes

    5:55 PM — Hollyoaks star Kieron Richardson has revealed that before he came out last year, other actors warned him that it could stop him from getting roles.

  • 27th June 2011

    Perez Hilton: Gay men were embarrassed by me but I’ve changed 39

    Perez Hilton says he's changed (Photo: MichaelTuckerPhotography.com)

    3:54 PM — Exclusive interview: Like him or loathe him, it’s hard to deny that Perez Hilton is anything less than a media phenomenon. Though highly controversial in the past, he’s been better behaved of late. Laurence Watts caught up with the world’s most famous blogger to find out more.

  • 23rd June 2011

    Comment: Why it’s vital to kick homophobia out of sport, by David Cameron 152

    David Cameron called for more positive role models in sport

    3:06 PM — Writing exclusively for PinkNews.co.uk, prime minister David Cameron says sport is at the heart of the nation and more must be done to stop homophobia and encourage positive role models.

  • 21st June 2011

    Interview: Henry Badenhorst, the Gaydar guy 24

    Gaydar co-founder Henry Badenhorst

    5:55 PM — Gaydar co-founder Henry Badenhorst is arguably one of Britain’s most influential gay men, even if you don't recognise his name. Laurence Watts meets him to discuss the company's story.

  • 15th April 2011

    Gay dads celebrate 21 years with plastic baby 29

    The couple with Digby (Photo via The Daily)

    5:50 PM — If you thought Sir Elton John and David Furnish's son Zachary was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, then spare a thought for Digby du Pont. He's travelled the world, met celebrities and has a wardrobe of more than 300 made-to-measure suits. Not bad for a plastic doll.

  • 13th April 2011

    Comment: Are we too scared to be camp? 112

    Alan Carr - one of television's campest personalities

    6:00 PM — Last week Boy George claimed that gay men are now less willing to stand out and attract attention. Cameron Lamont says gay men are under pressure to tone down their campness because of fears of violence and prejudice in the community.

  • 7th April 2011

    Video: Anti-gay Catholic archbishop slapped in face with custard pies 213

    Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard was attacked with pies

    11:09 AM — A Belgian Catholic archbishop who said HIV is "justice" for gays has been hit in the face with custard pies. Archbishop Andre-Joseph Leonard, the head of the country's Catholic Church, was targeted on Tuesday while speaking at a university near Brussels.

  • 6th April 2011

    5,000-year-old ‘transgender’ skeleton discovered 114

    The person may have been transgender (File photo: Todd Huffman)

    4:26 PM — Archaeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old skeleton which they believe may be the remains of a transgender person. The male skeleton was found in a suburb of Prague and is buried in a manner previously only seen for female burials.

  • 22nd February 2011

    Feature: The Grindr story 67

    Joel Simkhai founded Grindr two years ago

    11:02 AM — Grindr, the app which revolutionised how gay men meet, is almost two years old. Laurence Watts meets founder Joel Simkhai.

  • 17th February 2011

    Comment: Religious civil partnerships are the first step towards religious same sex marriages 59

    Rabbi David Mitchell is a member of Keshet UK- the LGBT Jewish forum

    12:07 AM — For Rabbi David Mitchell, his true 'partnership' ceremony wasn't in the registry office, it was in his synagogue. He explains why the government's announcement of civil partnerships in religious buildings could be the first steps towards same-sex marriages in religious institutions, something welcomed by Quakers, Unitarians, Liberal Jews and from today the larger Reform Judaism movement.

  • 14th February 2011

    Comment: Happy Valentine’s Day, Melanie Phillips! 146

    3:41 PM — Happy Valentine's Day to Daily Mail columnist Melanie Phillips, who used the romance of February 14th to urge against giving gay couples the right to marry. Obviously struck by one of Cupid's sharper arrows, she took the occasion to suggest that gay marriage could soon lead to people marrying their hamsters.

  • 11th February 2011

    Scott Mills: ‘Gay hatred is everywhere in Uganda’ 68

    Scott Mills travels to Uganda to find out about attitudes to homosexuality

    11:29 AM — The situation for gay people in Uganda was far worse than he expected, Scott Mills says. Speaking to PinkNews.co.uk about an upcoming documentary, the gay Radio 1 presenter told how he feared for his own safety in the country.


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