29th January 2014
National AIDS Trust: Making sex education optional hampers the fight against HIV 3
5:08 PM — Tom Perry from the National AIDS Trust says Tuesday's House of Lords vote against compulsory sex education represents a missed opportunity in the fight against HIV.
Feature: Distant relations – How gay fathers relate to surrogate mothers
4:29 PM — As the UK’s first Surrogacy Conference for parents approaches, Sam Everingham talks to two UK dads about how they selected and related to the surrogate mothers who carried their babies.
21st January 2014
Feature: Say ‘Ooh Yes I Do’ to the comprehensive, must-have gay wedding planner
1:25 PM — Are you getting married or do you know a gay or lesbian couple who are? The Ooh Yes I Do wedding planner is the must-have, personal and comprehensive guide to planning your big day - and it is specifically tailored to same-sex couples.
17th January 2014
Comment: What would happen if a gay premiership star came out and continued playing football? 5
7:16 PM — Following the recent decision of retired player Thomas Hitzlsperger to come out as gay, Stonewall FC footballer and employment lawyer Jamie Feldman looks at the potential ramifications of a current gay premiership star coming out and staying in the game.
Comment: We should honour the life of Vlad Tornovoi by standing up for gay rights in Russia 8
4:02 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Tom Hayes says last year's homophobic murder of Vlad Tornovoi should galvanise Britain into raising Russia's appalling LGBT rights violations at next month's Winter Olympics.
16th January 2014
Comment: Spousal veto amendment is a victory for trans equality in Scotland 7
11:48 AM — Tom French, of the Equality Network, says the decision to remove the spousal veto from Scotland's equal marriage bill is a crucial victory for trans and intersex people.
3rd January 2014
Comment: FA appointing player who said gays are ‘detestable’ shows we have a long road to equality 8
5:59 PM — The Chair of LGBT+ Liberal Democrats, Ed Fordham, writes for PinkNews.co.uk on how the appointment of Michael Johnson as the FA's new equality adviser - despite previously making homophobic comments - shows the path to full LGBT equality has a long way to travel.
30th December 2013
Win £300 of Fred Perry and Lacoste menswear with PinkNews
3:41 PM — If you didn't quite receive the Christmas present that you were hoping for, you are in for a treat with £300 to spend on Fred Perry and Lacoste with this great PinkNews competition.
Feature: The fifteen most inspiring LGBT stories of 2013 3
3:02 PM — Readers sometimes comment on how negative the realities of news about LGBT issues around the world can be, but this does not mean we can't strive to bring you a dose of the inspiring and heartwarming too.
26th December 2013
Feature: The most important international stories of 2013 3
10:40 AM — Having brought you the most important UK and US stories of 2013, it is only natural to follow with the most important international stories of the year too.
25th December 2013
Feature: The 10 weirdest LGBT stories of 2013 5
12:56 PM — As we do every Christmas, we have over the past few day been recounting some highlights of the previous year. Having already brought you some of the most significant stories of 2013, it is only natural to follow with the weirdest stories that we have published over the past 12 months.
24th December 2013
Comment: Alan Turing’s pardon is absolutely correct. The reason for it isn’t 14
2:31 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Chris Ward welcomes the decision to pardon Alan Turing, but says the state still has not formally acknowledged that it was wrong to have people for their sexuality in the first place.
The things PinkNews is proud of achieving in 2013 7
1:48 PM — This year has been a big year in terms of steps towards equality, and here are seven reasons the PinkNews team are proud to have been a part of it.
22nd December 2013
Feature: The top 17 stories that changed LGBT life in the UK in 2013 12
10:16 AM — As 2013 draws to a close, PinkNews looks back at the stories which have had the biggest impact on the life of LGBT people in the UK in the last year (and some which just raised a lot of eyebrows).
21st December 2013
Feature: Why was 2013 the year of coming out? 6
5:08 PM — As well as a landmark year for equal marriage around the globe, we also saw a record number of notable coming out stories.
17th December 2013
Feature: The importance of trans literature for children and young adults 12
3:26 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, author and lecturer B.J. Epstein explains why it's important that children can benefit from trans characters in literature.
13th December 2013
Comment: Are titles a gay rights (or feminist) issue? 21
2:13 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Daniel Monk says it's time to remove the gender bias in titles, meaning Sir Elton's John's civil partner, David Furnish, would be eligible for an honorary title, and the same would apply for the female spouse of a civil partner who receives a title.
12th December 2013
FAQ: Nine things you might want to know about the new equal marriage law in England and Wales 17
7:14 PM — PinkNews.co.uk has many readers across the world, and in particular the UK. We have been sent many questions around the Government's announcement that the first same-sex marriages will take place in March. Here are some of the questions and the answers.
11th December 2013
India: Former Commonwealth Human Rights Head condemns gay sex ban 7
6:25 PM — Dr Purna Sen, former Head of Human Rights at the Commonwealth Secretariat and chair of the Kaleidoscope Trust, has condemned yesterday's decision by India's supreme court to uphold colonial-era laws that ban gay sex.
10th December 2013
Government announces date of first same-sex marriages in England and Wales 33
2:07 PM — The government has finally announced that the first same-sex marriages will be held next March in England and Wales, some time earlier than had been originally expected.