11th June 2015
Long-lost 1960s film on homosexuality finally recovered 8
2:08 PM — "The Rejected" was a documentary on homosexuality that was remarkably progressive for its time.
24th June 2013
Alan Turing’s biographer criticises upcoming biopic for downplaying gay identity 65
2:51 PM — A biographer of the gay codebreaker Alan Turing has criticised an upcoming film for exaggerating Turing's love affair with a woman.
21st June 2013
British Museum launches LGBT history guide as part of Pride in London festival 3
3:17 PM — The British Museum has launched a new guide focusing on elements of LGBT history to tie in with the Pride in London festival.
22nd February 2013
Peter Tatchell recalls: The dirtiest, most violent & homophobic election in Britain 25
5:14 PM — Ahead of Sunday’s 30th anniversary, Peter Tatchell shares his memories of the south London Bermondsey by-election, arguably the “most homophobic” in living memory.
21st February 2013
Comment: A day in the life of Peter Tatchell 28
11:50 AM — Britain's most famous human rights campaigner talks about his daily routine and how he has to go to bed with "a siren alarm, fire extinguisher and rope ladder" - every night.
15th February 2013
Comment: No one should ever feel like they need to go back into the closet when it comes to receiving care 9
4:56 PM — Roger Newman MBE, co-founder of the LGBT support group of the Alzheimer’s Society, writes for PinkNews.co.uk about some of the key difficulties that LGBT people face when entering the care system.
6th February 2013
Wales’ National Assembly to mark LGBT History Month 3
2:54 PM — Buildings belonging to the National Assembly of Wales in Cardiff Bay and Colwyn Bay will fly the Rainbow flag tomorrow, in order to mark LGBT History Month.
16th January 2013
LGBT museum planned for Washington DC 4
7:37 PM — A gay couple have announced their intentions to open an LGBT American history museum in the US capital city of Washington DC.
13th October 2011
Effort to force referendum on California gay history law fails 17
1:22 PM — Gay rights opponents have failed in an attempt to repeal California law on gay history teaching in schools. They did not manage to collect the 505,000 signatures needed to suspend the law and put the issue on the ballot.
13th April 2011
Comment: Are we too scared to be camp? 112
6:00 PM — Last week Boy George claimed that gay men are now less willing to stand out and attract attention. Cameron Lamont says gay men are under pressure to tone down their campness because of fears of violence and prejudice in the community.