28th February 2014
UK Minister: Taking a ‘subtle approach’ failed to stop Uganda’s ‘abhorrent’ anti-gay law 10
3:12 PM — Lynne Featherstone says events in Uganda show taking a "subtle approach" on LGBT rights "clearly didn’t work" and won’t deter similar legislation in other parts of Africa.
27th February 2014
Comment: Young LGBT people need greater support on issues around sex and relationships 5
6:43 PM — Meghan Lewis from the WiSE Project writes for PinkNews on how LGBT young people need greater support when it comes to making decisions about sex and relationships.
26th February 2014
Peter Tatchell: Travel ban should be imposed on Uganda’s homophobic leaders 17
4:36 PM — Peter Tatchell writes on how the world should respond to the President of Uganda's decision to sign the country's Anti-Homosexuality Bill
14th February 2014
Comment: What the trans community could learn about labels from the Piers Morgan controversy 8
5:42 PM — Writing for PinkNews, the vice chair of LGBTory, Zoe Kirk-Robinson, suggests that the trans community could learn from a recent controversy around Piers Morgan, to use correct labels, and educate others to do the same.
12th February 2014
Tory MP Crispin Blunt calls for travel ban against backers of Ugandan anti-gay bill 9
2:51 PM — Conservative MP Crispin Blunt says Britain should impose a travel ban on Uganda's politicians if President Museveni passes the Anti-Homosexuality Bill.
10th February 2014
Scottish Tory leader: I wept with relief when Holyrood passed equal marriage 3
11:59 AM — Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson writes of how she cried "deep sobbing tears" of relief and joy when the Scottish Parliament legalised equal marriage last week.
7th February 2014
Comment: Sochi shows the fight for LGBT equality continues for all of us 2
4:14 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Will Harris says it’s wrong for commentators to assume the battle for equality has been won with equal marriage.
6th February 2014
Green Party: The UK has failed to protect LGBT asylum seekers 7
11:09 AM — Green Party MEP candidate Caroline Allen writes for PinkNews.co.uk on how the government has failed those fleeing homophobic and transphobic persecution.
5th February 2014
Comment: Scotland’s passing of equal marriage is an important moment for trans and intersex people 4
11:10 AM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Scottish Transgender Alliance Development Officer Nathan Gale says Scotland's decision to legalise equal marriage will benefit trans and intersex people.
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.
27th January 2014
Holocaust Memorial Day: The lessons we should learn from the Nazi persecution of gay people 33
10:18 AM — PinkNews publisher Benjamin Cohen reflects on the persecution of gay people by the Nazis as Britain marks Holocaust Memorial Day.
23rd January 2014
Comment: Stonewall does great work for gay kids but what about anti-trans bullying? 27
7:21 PM — Transgender broadcaster and journalist Paris Lees writes on trans bullying in schools, and asks why Stonewall campaigns only against anti-gay bullying, and not anti-trans.
22nd January 2014
Comment: The EU has made strides towards LGBT equality but discrimination and isolation remain common 7
2:24 PM — Lib Dem European Parliamentary candidate for South East England Giles Goodall writes for PinkNews on the EU as a force for good in the fight for equality, but says discrimination and isolation are still rife for LGBT people and momentum needs to be maintained.
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: Jeremy Clarkson’s ‘gay c*nt’ photo shouldn’t be aligned with real hate speech 18
5:52 PM — Karl Arbuthnot writes for PinkNews on Jeremy Clarkson's "gay c*nt" controversy to say that it should not be confused for more damaging hate speech and warns that giving too much attention might make the Top Gear presenter think his opinion matters more than it does.
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.
Comment: Removing the spousal veto will make Scotland’s equal marriage bill fairer
10:00 AM — Scottish National Party MSP Linda Fabiani writes for PinkNews.co.uk on why Scotland's same-sex marriage bill needs to remove the spousal veto
9th January 2014
Comment: Channel 4 Secrets of the Living Dolls was little more than a freak show 31
11:19 AM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Helen Belcher says the recent screening of Channel 4's Secrets of the Living Dolls was a backward step for the network and that it did a disservice for trans people by broadcasting the programme.
7th January 2014
Comment: Why aren’t we laughing off views like Evander Holyfield’s? 97
4:01 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, former Associate Editor of Gay Times, Richard Smith, says the reaction to Evander Holyfield’s homophobic remarks on Celebrity Big Brother shows “the gay public realm has been hijacked by new puritans - bullies, censors, bores.”