2nd July 2012
Edinburgh: Pride marchers demand marriage equality 16
2:33 PM — Over a thousand marchers took to the streets of Edinburgh on Saturday marching for gay marriage equality as part of Pride Scotia.
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
Kenya: Media link US ambassador’s resignation to Pride reception 7
4:23 PM — The US ambassador to Kenya has resigned citing 'differences' with Washington DC, but reports from Africa have suggested a link between the decision and a gay pride event hosted at the embassy in Nairobi this week.
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.
Edinburgh: Pride Scotia kicks off tomorrow 2
1:46 PM — Celebration and fun promised tomorrow at Edinburgh’s Pride Scotia.
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'.
Comment: London’s WorldPride? It’s really WorldShame 75
10:11 AM — A former Associate Director of Pride London argues the event has lost its way and defines the route, through giving back to the community and fighting for rights and unity, it now needs to take.
28th June 2012
Santiago: Twelfth annual pride parade attracts 80,000 and British ambassador 4
6:20 PM — On Saturday, Santiago's twelfth annual pride parade, March for Equality, took place with over 80,000 people demanding further advancement of LGBT rights in Chile.
Pride London funding ‘shortfall’ sees WorldPride heavily scaled back 43
4:50 PM — The WorldPride event in London on 7 July has been severely cut back with floats banned from the route and start times moved after a funding "shortfall", organisers Pride London confirmed today.
27th June 2012
Pride London responds to cancellation rumours 15
6:04 PM — Organisers of WorldPride 2012 Pride London have rebutted 'misrepresented rumours' that the 7 July event is in danger of cancellation and responded to 'media criticism' of the event's organisation.
Bulgaria: Government ‘should condemn priest’s call for stoning at Pride’ 15
1:00 PM — The Bulgarian justice minister has been called on to repudiate a priest's call for physical violence against Pride marchers in the country's capital city.
26th June 2012
Oreo unveils rainbow cookie image for Pride 92
10:45 AM — US cookie maker Oreo has unveiled a new, rainbow-coloured cookie for Pride.
19th June 2012
Bulgaria: Church asked to repudiate priest’s call to ‘throw stones’ at Pride 29
3:16 PM — Pride organisers in the Bulgarian capital have clashed with the Orthodox Church over what event organisers see as tacit support for violence against marchers.
11th June 2012
Millions attend Sao Paolo’s gay pride parade 19
2:22 PM — Organisers estimated more than three million people were to join Sao Paolo's pride parade yesterday in the world’s biggest celebration of gay culture.
Derbyshire Pride anti-gay protester guilty of distress charge 35
1:34 PM — A court in Derbyshire has convicted a Muslim man, already jailed for inciting hatred against gays, of using threatening or abusive language at Derbyshire Pride.
1st June 2012
Los Angeles artist bids for rainbow crossings during pride month 7
11:08 AM — An artist in LA has launched a last-minute bid to convince the council of West Hollywood to paint its street crossings rainbow colours for gay pride in June.
21st May 2012
MEPs support ‘free speech’ after Kiev pride violence 12
6:29 PM — Members of the European Parliament are concerned about the number of gay pride marches being cancelled or banned across Europe due to homophobic violence or laws criminalising public support for LGBT rights.
Azerbaijan accuses Iran of slander over Eurovision gay pride rumours 22
5:43 PM — Azerbaijan has accused neighbouring country Iran of slander after claims that Baku would host a gay pride march to coincide with this week’s Eurovision song contest.
31st March 2012
Exeter hosts gay pride 3
9:05 PM — Exeter played host one of the biggest gay pride celebrations in the South West, with a 50 m long rainbow flag floating down the High Street to Exeter Phoenix.
24th January 2012
Russia: Gay pride suspicion stops nationalist jog 10
11:45 AM — Police in the Kaliningrad outpost of Russia have reportedly stopped a group of right-wing joggers after being wrongly tipped that they were staging an illegal gay pride parade.