17 July 2012
Comment: With rare political consensus, Scotland should be next to let gay couples marry
Labour MP for Glasgow North East Willie Bain says equal marriage will ensure LGBT couples are no longer 'separate but equal', but warns that inequality and homophobia will still exist in Scotland.
13 July 2012
Comment: Is the Church of England homophobic?
Stuart Ross examines a recent case of a gay vicar unable to officiate at his church because he refused to confirm his celibacy and suggests the Church of England's problem may be that it is trying to be all things to all people.
9 July 2012
Comment: Pride needs a political motive or it needs a change
Ollie McFadden argues that without an enemy in the government, Pride in the UK has lost its political edge and needs to lose its focus on the march in favour of something more inclusive.
9 July 2012
Comment: Pride is not the only sin
Patrick Cash asks why many gay people don't identify with gay culture, whether the reasons come from the community or the media, and whether now is the time for gays to lead the way again on bravery and honour in society.
6 July 2012
Comment: London Mayor accused over WorldPride fiasco
Peter Tatchell argues that the Mayor of London Boris Johnson "could have rescued Pride but has apparently chosen not to do so".
5 July 2012
Comment: More inclusive media would help tackle homophobic bullying in schools
A recent report by Ofsted ‘No place for bullying’ found that the least effective schools at tackling bullying were the ones which did not effectively develop pupils’ understanding about diversity, or help them empathise with each other to the fullest extent.
3 July 2012
Comment: Did C4M members help lay the groundwork for teaching same-sex marriage in schools?
The argument that Coalition for Marriage backers themselves are responsible for teaching about gay marriages in schools seems absurd, Richy Thompson writes, but it might just be true.
3 July 2012
Comment: Reflections on Lima Pride
Junior Moya reflects on religious protestors after coming across Lima's eleventh gay pride parade.
2 July 2012
Comment: For those who will never blend in, we will always need Pride
Bruno Selun argues that for as long as 'white, heterosexual, able-bodied, middle-class, Christian and masculine' remains the cultural golden standard, the LGBT community will always have something to fight for.
29 June 2012
Comment: In defence of Pride
Nicolas Chinardet defends Pride, writing of the parades' many 'normal' participants largely ignored by the media, adding that only those who want to be shocked wil be shocked.
29 June 2012
Comment: In the fight for equality, Pride is starting to do more harm than good
Ahead of Pride Scotia, Topher Gen argues that when the events become about corporate marketing, drunkenness and high heels, they no longer make a statement, but start to 'fuel the flames of hate'.
29 June 2012
Comment: London’s WorldPride? It’s really WorldShame
A former Associate Director of Pride London argues the event has lost its way and defines the route, through giving back to the community and fighting for rights and unity, it now needs to take.
18 June 2012
Comment: Opposing gay state marriages while accepting straight ones is repugnant, and it does faiths no good
Jane Fae asks, if our Churches already sanction straight civil marriages, how can they legitimately get so het up about gay ones?
14 June 2012
Feature: Camping through the Falklands, hidden history of the war’s gay seafarers
On the thirtieth anniversary of the end of the Falklands War, Jo Stanley writes on the experiences of gay men at work on the merchant ships of the Pacific in 1982.
12 June 2012
Comment: A safe space to dance for transgender youth
Rachel Sparks talks about coordinating dance groups for trans youth and opening up an environment which they might not usually feel is available to them.
8 June 2012
Comment: Equal marriage is a logical, gentle and momentous step, writes Lynne Featherstone
Writing exclusively for PinkNews.co.uk, Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone says Britain is "ready for change" and asks the community to have its say before the government consultation closes.
1 June 2012
Comment: Why won’t the Queen embrace the queens?
On one issue, writes Peter Tatchell, the Queen remains curiously out of step with public opinion: whereas most of us now welcome and embrace LGBT people, the Queen has never done so.
19 May 2012
Comment: Trans people need equality to get our marriages, confiscated by the state back
Liberal Democrat councillor Sarah Brown explains from the perspective of a transgendered person why she's supporting the Out4Marriage campaign.
17 May 2012
Comment: David Cameron has to press ahead on marriage equality, and so do we
The consequences of abandoning marriage equality plans in the face of opposition by would-be theocrats would be disastrous for the Tories, for LGBT people and for democracy, Adrian Tippetts argues.
15 May 2012
Comment: Gays must be more involved if the Church of Ireland is to be more inclusive
Stephen Spillane writes that gay members of the Church of Ireland must immerse themselves more following its recent vote on marriage and 'normative' relationships.