1st October 2014
London gay arts festival GFEST announces 2014 programme
3:39 PM — The new GFEST – Gaywise FESTival 2014 full programme details have been announced and will showcase new visual and performance art works and films from Monday the 10th to Saturday the 22nd November.
18th September 2014
PinkNews.scot launched to mark Scottish independence vote 14
1:45 PM — As Scottish voters take to the polling booths to decide on independence today, PinkNews has launched a new domain bringing together all Scottish content on the site.
13th August 2014
Prague Pride kicks off with performance by the Pet Shop Boys 1
1:04 PM — Prague Pride has kicked off and this year features over a hundred events including a performance this evening by the Pet Shop Boys.
30th January 2014
Comment: Why anti-gay hate crime must come out 6
6:59 PM — Angela Shine writes on why it is important for anti-LGBT hate crimes to be reported, reflecting on a specific example, and says she hopes recent events will lead to a reduction in hate crime.
24th December 2013
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.
3rd December 2013
Parliament holds first reception to honour the Jewish LGBT community 5
12:32 PM — The first ever Jewish LGBT event was held in Parliament yesterday, hosted by Mike Freer MP, who noted positive changes within the Jewish community around issues such as equal marriage.
26th November 2013
InterTech announces LGBT events app Owt as winner of gay hackathon 1
4:58 PM — Owt, a mobile app providing an alternative source of LGBT events to “non-stop cheesy pop gay bars," has been crowned the winner of Europe's first gay hackathon.
31st October 2013
BBC Radio callers tell PinkNews founder that being gay should be illegal and gays should be sectioned 73
4:42 PM — Callers into a BBC Northern Ireland programme were asked to comment on Stormont's failure to move towards equal marriage for same sex couples, with some callers, and a Presbytarian Reverend featured on the show, saying that being gay should be made illegal.
25th October 2013
In Photos: The PinkNews Awards 2013, hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons
1:03 PM — The inaugural PinkNews Awards were hosted by the Speaker of the House of Commons, John Bercow, on Wednesday in the Speaker’s House of the Palace of Westminster. The following pictures showcase some of the most important and exciting moments of the evening.
24th October 2013
Video: Nick Clegg: ‘Equal marriage shows how change can happen quickly when people work together’ 2
3:54 PM — The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg gave a speech as he accepted a Special PinkNews Award for work towards equal marriage, commenting on the quick normalisation of equal marriage in England and Wales, but saying that more still needs to be done for equality.
12th October 2013
Pink List 2013 topped by trans journalist Paris Lees with PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen at number 7 11
8:45 PM — Writer, campaigner and presenter Paris Lees has topped this year's Independent Pink List, with PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen coming in seventh. Paris is recognised for her broadcasting work, while Benjamin is praised for the Out4Marriage campaign.
8th October 2013
Editor of Shropshire Star attacks PinkNews and says ‘Some people aren’t gay. Get over that’ 35
2:43 PM — The editor of a Shropshire newspaper has responded to criticism for his paper's column which mocked the parents of PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen for staging an impromptu pro-gay protest in Russia.
3rd September 2013
My parents who believe that being gay is OK went to Russia and this is what they did 23
12:42 PM — The parents of PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen have performed an impromptu gay rights protest in the Russian city of St Petersburg, the birthplace of the country's recently passed anti-gay laws. Here he explains what they did.
12th August 2013
US radio host: Nondiscrimination laws actually discriminate and ‘create a climate of suspicion, spite and revenge’ 19
3:24 PM — US Christian radio host Linda Harvey has spoken out on the issue of anti-discrimination laws, to say that they actually make discrimination worse, and that they "create a climate of suspicion, spite and revenge".
24th May 2013
Comment: How God Hates Fags and its friends like Linda Harvey further gay rights 59
3:19 PM — Our readers sometimes ask why it is that PinkNews reports on the latest vile outbursts by God Hates Fags organisers, the Westboro Baptist Church or the most recent ludicrous and illogical statement by US radio personalities such like Linda Harvey.
14th May 2013
PinkNews nominated for top online news award 5
6:13 PM — PinkNews.co.uk has been nominated for the Online Media Awards 2013 in the Best Campaigning/Investigative Journalism category.
8th March 2013
Comment: Benjamin Cohen’s Lent Talk wasn’t blasphemous, we should celebrate its broadcast by the BBC 11
5:46 PM — Having listened to the broadcast in full, Hannah Buchanan shares her thoughts on PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen’s BBC Radio 4 Lent Talk.
Influential Christian blogger defends PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen against accusations of blasphemy 16
1:23 PM — Influential Christian blog Cranmer has defended a BBC Radio 4 programme presented by Benjamin Cohen, the founder of PinkNews, against accusations of blasphemy. He claims that those who accused Mr Cohen of blasphemy are the real blasphemers.
6th March 2013
Christian Institute: Radio 4 Easter talk by PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen is a ‘new low for BBC’ 78
6:23 PM — The Christian Institute has said a Radio 4 talk being broadcast tonight will be a "slap in the face" to Christians. The talk, by PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen, will liken the abandonment of Jesus by society to the abandonment feared by the LGBT community.
4th March 2013
PinkNews founder labelled as ‘blasphemous’ for BBC Radio 4 programme likening abandonment of Christ to rejection of gays 136
11:18 AM — The BBC is facing controversy over an Easter message from PinkNews founder Benjamin Cohen which likens the treatment of gay people in Britain to the crucifixion of Christ.