19th November 2012
Over a million party in Rio for gay pride 4
12:15 PM — More than a million people took part in Rio’s annual gay pride celebrations over the weekend.
24th October 2012
Boris Johnson launches bidding process for capital’s Pride event 7
3:26 PM — London Mayor Boris Johnson is inviting non-profit community based organisations to submit bids to run and develop Pride in the capital over a five year period under a grant agreement worth up to £500,000.
25th September 2012
UK: Christian anti-gay activist acquitted over Tesco leaflets 26
1:46 PM — A Christian activist has been found not guilty of a public order offence after he handed out leaflets for the group Christian Voice that criticised Tesco’s decision to donate £30,000 to this year’s World Pride.
18th September 2012
US: Bisexual pride day could officially become a reality in Berkeley 8
6:48 PM — Bisexual Pride Day, separate from other LGBT pride events across the globe, could officially come into existence in the city of Berkeley, North California, if approved by the council there.
23rd July 2012
In Photos: San Diego Pride 2012 4
3:37 PM — Thousands lined the streets of San Diego for the Californian city's Pride parade this weekend, the first such parade in US history where armed forces personnel have been allowed to wear their uniforms.
20th July 2012
York Pride moved after heavy rains 3
2:58 PM — The stage events for York Pride tomorrow have been moved following heavy rainfall in the north of England.
San Diego: Military personnel can attend Pride in uniform for one year only 11
1:18 PM — The Pentagon will allow US military personnel to attend San Diego's pride parade in uniform for the first, and only, time.
17th July 2012
York Pride wins bid for rainbow flag over Mansion House 6
12:24 PM — A rainbow flag will fly above the Lord Mayor's residence in York after a motion to block the move was defeated by a large majority yesterday.
16th July 2012
Bristol ‘full of goodwill’ as Pride parade ends week of celebrations 9
1:07 PM — Despite a grey and dismal start to the day – and a rival march by the English Defence League that claimed to be supporting LGBT rights – Bristol Pride concluded its week-long celebrations on an upbeat note, with a parade and free outdoor festival on College Green, between Council House and Cathedral.
14th July 2012
Russian gay rights campaigners appeal to European court over Pride bans 10
11:56 PM — Gay rights activists in Russia have appealed to the European Court of Human Rights after being banned from holding Pride marches in St Petersburg.
11th July 2012
Boy George in Twitter spat over WorldPride photos 66
2:25 PM — Boy George criticised a photographer today over a series of images of him performing at WorldPride in London this weekend.
10th July 2012
Liverpool FC to march in city Pride parade 18
11:51 AM — Liverpool Football Club has announced it will be the first Premier League club in the country to be officially represented at a Pride event, although no footballers have been announced as taking part.
9th July 2012
3,000 march at incident-free Budapest Pride 6
3:12 PM — Budapest Pride 2012 took place safely on Saturday despite earlier threats and the mayor’s unwillingness to support the event. Over 3,000 marchers took to the streets protected by riot police.
Comment: Pride needs a political motive or it needs a change 110
2:25 PM — Ollie McFadden argues that without an enemy in the government, Pride in the UK has lost its political edge and needs to lose its focus on the march in favour of something more inclusive.
Derbyshire Pride postponed after flooding 8
1:25 PM — Derbyshire's Pride event on Saturday was postponed at the last minute due to the flooding experienced across the north of England.
Toronto unveils rainbow cabs to woo gay Londoners for WorldPride 2014 20
12:33 PM — Pride Toronto has unveiled a new taxi advertising campaign to promote the host city of WorldPride 2014 to gay Londoners, as the latter city handed over the mantle this weekend.
Comment: Pride is not the only sin 114
12:06 PM — Patrick Cash asks why many gay people don't identify with gay culture, whether the reasons come from the community or the media, and whether now is the time for gays to lead the way again on bravery and honour in society.
7th July 2012
Russia: Eight gay rights campaigners arrested in St Petersburg 10
10:41 PM — Eight gay rights activists were arrested today in St Petersburg, Russia, for handing out "homosexual propaganda". The campaigners were attempting to hold gay Pride rallies. Three were arrested in a park, while five more were arrested later at the Smolny complex.
In Photos: London’s WorldPride 2012 parade 32
6:18 PM — PinkNews.co.uk brings you photographic highlights of the WorldPride parade in London on 7 July 2012.
London: Showers and cuts fail to dampen spirits at WorldPride 2012 39
5:49 PM — Rain showers, a ban on floats and the absence of one high-profile politician failed to dent the enthusiasm of parade-goers and passers-by as London celebrated WorldPride today.