25th September 2013
Interview: They are GLAAD to meet you 4
2:17 PM — On a recent trip to New York City, PinkNews’ Scott Roberts dropped by the offices of GLAAD – an organisation campaigning for stronger LGBT inclusion by the US media industry.
23rd September 2013
Countries around the world mark Bi Visibility Day 3
12:36 PM — Countries including the US, Britain, Australia, Germany, Japan and New Zealand are marking Bi Visibility Day.
29th August 2013
Study: Young gay people in England twice as likely to smoke 12
5:33 PM — Young gay people are twice as likely to have smoked than their heterosexual peers, according to new research published by the BMJ.
2nd August 2013
UK: Around 100 LGBT hate crimes are recorded each week by police 21
2:00 PM — A new report by hate crime charity Galop shows that although crime rates may be dropping, LGBT people are still experiencing high levels of abuse in the UK.
26th April 2013
Staffordshire: UKIP election leaflet mocks bisexuals and warns of explicit ‘Homosexual Sex Education’ 223
5:23 PM — The name of a UKIP candidate has appeared on an election leaflet that mocks bisexuals, blasts the government’s same-sex marriage bill, and warns that it will lead to explicit “Homosexual Sex Education”.
27th March 2013
Poll: Only 21% of Brits believe churches are welcoming of gay people 9
11:55 AM — A survey by YouGov shows British acceptance towards same-sex families continues to increase, although perceived tolerance among churches is far lower.
28th February 2013
Comment: Is Grindr now a hunting ground for technically straight, married men? 156
4:19 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Christopher Gen claims Grindr is now gaining increased popularity with straight men.
29th January 2013
Study shows when gay people come out, it can improve their mental health 7
3:40 PM — Lesbians, gay men and bisexuals who are out have lower stress hormones than those who hide their sexuality, according to a study in Canada.
6th September 2012
Bristol: Drugs treatment services in funding boost to help LGBT community 2
6:16 PM — Several drug support services in Bristol have been awarded thousands of pounds worth of grant funding in order to help tackle the use of “non-traditional” drugs in the city’s gay community