2nd December 2013
Comment: Ignorance still dominates the public debate on HIV in the UK 2
6:38 PM — Hamish MacKenzie-Sempill writes on World AIDS Day about the ignorance surrounding HIV diagnosis, and on why he thinks it is important to be visible.
Comment: I made a mistake with my Tom Daley headline, but a mistake was all it was 111
2:21 PM — This is the first time I have written a comment piece for PinkNews because I normally try to let the news speak for itself, but I think this warrants me weighing in, and I'll always be the first to admit my mistakes.
1st December 2013
Comment: Gay men should lead the way in understanding of HIV 3
3:39 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk on World AIDS Day, Yusef Azad from the National AIDS Trust, says he remains surprised that so many gay men remain "ignorant" about HIV.
Comment: The docs who cried ‘cure’ – A lookback at HIV in 2013 13
1:22 PM — Will Harris from Terrence Higgins Trust looks back at the key HIV stories of this year and writes on whether people have a false impression that a 'cure' for the virus is just around the corner.
22nd November 2013
Peter Tatchell: ‘An age of consent of 14 might be more realistic and reasonable than 16′ 48
12:13 PM — Responding to comments made by the president of the Faculty of Public Health, human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell agrees that the UK should look at lowering the age of consent.
21st November 2013
Comment: The government is wrong not to ban gay ‘cure’ therapy 22
3:22 PM — Labour MP Sandra Osborne has criticised Health Minister Norman Lamb for ruling out statutory regulation of psychotherapists in order to prevent them from being able to provide gay-to-straight conversion therapy.
19th November 2013
MP Crispin Blunt: I’m proof that grassroots Tories are happy to have a gay MP 5
4:23 PM — Conservative MP Crispin Blunt writes exclusively for PinkNews on what it feels like to be overwhelmingly reselected as the Conservative Parliamentary Candidate for Reigate – in a campaign that was forced upon him by a small minority who had a problem with his sexuality.
18th November 2013
Comment: Young people tell us the age of consent should stay at 16 8
5:44 PM — Responding to comments made by the president of the Faculty of Public Health, Simon Blake, the CEO of Brook, says most youngsters believe the age of consent should not be lowered.
Comment: The legacy of Section 28, ten years on 20
11:42 AM — Writing on the ten-year anniversary of the repeal of Section 28 in England and Wales, Tom Hayes, the editor of beyondpositive, says the law meant he was unable to receive basic advice about same-sex relationships at school.
Shadow Equalities Minister: ‘Removing Section 28 was one of Labour’s most important acts’ 16
11:06 AM — It's ten years since the repeal of Section 28 in England and Wales, Labour's Shadow Minister for Women and Equalities, Gloria De Piero, shares her thoughts on what the policy symbolised for the LGBT community in an exclusive article for PinkNews.co.uk.
14th November 2013
Comment: Northern Ireland’s Health Minister will only be remembered for homophobia 8
4:23 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Levi Greene says Northern Ireland's Health Minister, Edwin Poots, is an example of someone with "distasteful views" being in a position of power.
8th November 2013
Comment: The Scottish Government must end the spousal veto and uphold the rights of trans people 12
12:24 PM — With a committee today endorsing Scotland's equal marriage bill, the Equality Network's Tom French says the challenge is to make sure the legislation fully caters for trans and and intersex people.
5th November 2013
Comment: Will trans customers be put at risk by Tesco ‘Minority Report’ facial recognition machines? 35
3:33 PM — Trans activist Tara Hewitt discusses the potential impact of Tesco's facial recognition software which is due to be rolled out in petrol stations, on the trans community.
4th November 2013
Tory MP Stuart Andrew: Homophobia in electoral campaigning is unacceptable 4
6:38 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Conservative MP Stuart Andrew says the public should be given greater tools in being able to report incidents of homophobia in electoral campaigning.
31st October 2013
Comment: Could the EU soon have its second openly gay prime minister? 8
11:01 AM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Giles Goodall assesses whether Luxembourg's Xavier Bettel could soon become Europe's second openly gay prime minister.
29th October 2013
Feature: The best LGBT picture books for children 5
6:20 PM — Author and lecturer B.J. Epstein writes for PinkNews.co.uk of how LGBT families and children can benefit from picture books that are designed to cater for them.
Comment: Dear Bishop of Enugu, why cherry pick bible verses in order to tell gay people they are evil? 20
4:38 PM — PinkNews reader Richard Queripel writes an open letter to Reverend Emmanuel Olisamedualim, who last week criticised the Archbishop of Canterbury for being "sympathetic" to gay people.
23rd October 2013
Comment: UCL compromises on LGBT rights when the price is right 9
1:40 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, former UCL student James Hallwood expresses anger at the decision of UCL to open a campus in Qatar, a state notorious for its draconian anti-gay laws.
10th October 2013
Comment: As someone who is HIV positive, here’s what Mental Health Awareness Day means to me 11
2:51 PM — Tom Hayes, the editor of beyondpositive, an online magazine for people living with HIV in the UK, writes on why Mental Health Awareness Day is important to him.
4th October 2013
Comment: We shouldn’t forget the plight of LGBT Syrians 13
6:05 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Tara Hewitt says the plight of Syria's LGBT community should not be forgotten amid dreadful scenes of human rights abuses in a conflict watched by the rest of the world.