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.
5th July 2012
Wimbledon: Fans hear ‘game points’ as gay slur in BBC coverage of Murray match 128
12:07 PM — A comment in last night's Wimbledon quarter-final between Andy Murray and David Ferrer has prompted complaints to the BBC from fans who believed it was anti-gay.
2nd July 2012
Comment: For those who will never blend in, we will always need Pride 34
11:49 AM — 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.
29th June 2012
Comment: In defence of Pride 37
2:34 PM — 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.
Comment: In the fight for equality, Pride is starting to do more harm than good 201
12:33 PM — 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'.
17th May 2012
Comment: David Cameron has to press ahead on marriage equality, and so do we 22
1:39 PM — 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.
28th April 2012
Alternate History: Newspaper reveals Gay faith schools promote petition to ban Catholic marriage 18
11:20 AM — In an editorial yesterday where PinkNews.co.uk called on the the Education Secretary Michael Gove to launch an investigation into the Catholic Education Service's promotion of an anti-gay marriage petition within schools, we considered an alternative history. We feel it stands alone as something to discuss and consider. So here is the extended version.
17th April 2012
Comment: Why are we gay? 115
4:56 PM — David Waldock asks, if someone can indeed be “made gay” by the brain damage caused by a stroke, what does that mean for who we are?
10th April 2012
Devon police appeal for witnesses to driver’s homophobic comments 7
12:42 PM — Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward following an incident in Gold Street in the Devon town of Tiverton.
4th April 2012
Comment: The Church should beg society’s forgiveness for its treatment of gay people 74
5:35 PM — Matthew Todd says the Church should help young people become the upstanding, caring citizens they can be, unfettered from sexual shame and dogma, not fight a fierce battle over something that will not harm, hurt or even affect anyone except gay couples who wish to marry.
Comment: Forget the ‘nests of snakes’, equal marriage could iron out our current quirks 47
12:16 PM — Far from being a "nest of snakes", family law executive Lisa Burton-Durham says equal marriage legislation could let us address outdated legal concepts.
3rd January 2012
Comment: On running club nights and marathons 4
10:01 AM — Sam Feller runs QueerlyOut, a gay club night in London and is training to complete a marathon this year in Rwamagana, East Rwanda to benefit the survivors of the 1994 genocide.
1st December 2011
Comment: The challenge for black and minority ethnic communities on World AIDS Day 3
1:11 PM — Bryan Teixeira, Chief Executive of Naz Project London talks about the challenges facing minority ethnic communities in the capital, the need for infrastructure funding and community-based campaigns.
4th November 2011
Comment: Cameron should apologise for anti-gay laws 146
3:03 PM — Peter Tatchell calls for a "gesture of contrition" from the Prime Minister to apologise for the anti-gay laws Britain imposed on foreign countries in the past.