2nd December 2013
Comment: I made a mistake with my Tom Daley headline, but a mistake was all it was 110
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.
4th November 2013
Barilla pasta to make ‘inclusive’ ads despite chair saying he would ‘never feature an ad with a gay family’ 14
5:29 PM — Barilla, the Italian pasta company which came under fire after its chairman said he would "never feature an ad with a gay family", now plans to do just that.
2nd November 2013
Australia: Boxer criticised for suggesting people from Aboriginal origin can’t be gay 28
5:28 PM — A boxer in Australia has found himself at the receiving end of criticism as he made comments on Facebook which suggested that Aboriginal culture and homosexuality are mutually exclusive.
29th October 2013
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.
6th September 2013
Comment: Growing up gay on a British Army base felt like being a gay teen in Russia 9
12:12 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Josie Recknagel-Fessey reflects on growing up gay on a British military base, the challenges of such a life, and what can possibly be done to improve conditions for gay people living on a base.
5th September 2013
Comment: There is a drastic need for more LGBT candidates to stand for election 6
6:52 PM — Writing for PinkNews, Mathew Hulbert, a Borough and Parish Councillor for the Liberal Democrats, says there is an important need for local authorities to do more to encourage LGBT candidates to stand for election.
3rd September 2013
Comment: With all eyes on anti-gay Russia, there are three countries with a shocking need for coverage 24
6:44 PM — Paul Canning looks critically at media coverage of the LGBT situation in Russia, highlighting other areas around the globe where hate crimes and violence have also soared, yet where media coverage is still minimal.
1st September 2013
Homophobic Big Brother contestant evicted to boos and soaring ratings 9
3:41 PM — A contestant on Big Brother US who made racist and homophobic slurs on live television was evicted on Thursday, and was met with boos when she denied any knowledge of making the comments.
30th August 2013
Comment: I had unprotected sex and went for PEP, but am shocked by the lack of awareness of it 37
5:32 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk Daniel Carter, reflects on being part-way into a month long course of PEP - Post-Exposure Prophylaxis - and expresses concern at the lack of awareness, particularly within the gay community, of PEP as an option for those possibly exposed to HIV.
12th August 2013
Peter Tatchell: ‘I want to know what David Cameron is going to do to challenge homophobia in Russia’ 26
5:58 PM — Speaking exclusively to PinkNews.co.uk at Saturday's Whitehall demonstration against Russia's anti-gay laws Peter Tatchell condemned the lack of action that has been taken against Russia from both Prime Minister David Cameron and the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
17th May 2013
Comment: Dear Philip Hammond, equal marriage might upset people, but it is worth it for equality 18
6:44 PM — Hannah Buchanan questions Philip Hammond's assertion that he is not anti-gay, despite saying there is "no huge demand" for equal marriage, and that it made people angry.
6th May 2013
TV historian faces fresh accusations of homophobia against bisexual economist 15
2:46 PM — A Harvard professor, broadcaster and Financial Times columnist who apologised last week for making homophobic comments about a famed bisexual economist, is facing claims that he has a history of making similar comments.
24th April 2013
US: Republican Senator who made anti-gay comments to meet with openly gay colleague 7
5:26 PM — A Republican lawmaker who last week made controversial remarks about gay relationships on the Senate floor in the US state of Iowa last week, has asked an openly gay colleague to have lunch with him, in an effort to get better acquainted.
23rd April 2013
Paraguay’s new President apologises for saying he would ‘shoot himself’ if his son were gay 14
1:12 AM — The newly elected Paraguayan President who said he would "shoot himself in the testicles", if his son got married to a man, has apologised for the comments.
14th March 2013
Comment: The New Normal? What is the cost of the new gay idealism? 30
5:26 PM — Daniel Culpan looks at how the presence of LGBT characters on television has changed over time, and questions whether representations such as in shows like ABC's The New Normal are what we should be aiming for, as a gay community.
5th March 2013
Comment: The bullied become the bullies: Bullying within the LGBT community 56
4:04 PM — University of Edinburgh student, Stuart McAlpine, reflects on bullying within the LGBT community, and recommends a need to address such bullying.
21st February 2013
Comment: Coming out – Is it always something to celebrate? 10
4:05 PM — Paul J Burgess, a co-founder of Pink Triangle Theatre, reflects on the issue of coming out, and questions whether coming out later in life should always be focussed on by the media.
26th January 2013
Peter Tatchell: The equal marriage bill is commendable, but flawed 135
11:42 AM — Peter Tatchell commends the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill, but outlines reasons why the option of civil partnerships for heterosexual couples, to avoid a legal imbalance, should be considered.
22nd December 2012
Possible US Defence Secretary nominee: Comments about gays “do not reflect my views” 17
1:45 AM — A former US Senator, and Barack Obama's likely choice for Defence Secretary, apologised on Friday for "insensitive" remarks he made about an openly gay nominee for an ambassadorship.
3rd August 2012
Comment: Christians, we should have been first to back equal marriage 66
11:34 AM — Mastin Kipp, founder of The Daily Love, says Jesus' message was 'about Love, not rules and regulations', and argues Christians should be the first to let their neighbours marry.