13th February 2014
Schools Out gains charity status during 2014 LGBT History Month 2
1:41 PM — Education equality organisation Schools Out has been granted charity status during LGBT History Month.
12th February 2014
LSE launches Jewish LGBT History exhibition
6:58 PM — The first ever archive of Jewish LGBT History in the UK has been launched in central London.
30th November 2013
Birmingham schools perform at launch of LGBT History Month 2014 2
1:05 PM — Schools Out's LGBT History Month, which will take place in February 2014, was launched this week with performances by school choirs.
8th October 2013
The nominations for PinkNews Community Group of the Year
11:41 PM — After more than a thousand people voted for the PinkNews Parliamentary Speech of the Year, it is time to vote for the PinkNews Community Group of the Year 2013.
9th July 2013
Leeds Prison praised for teaching inmates about LGBT History Month 5
2:40 PM — Leeds Prison has become the first in the UK to be recognised with a leading diversity award after Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Prisons praised the institution for its LGBT staff training.
27th February 2013
Comment: Why I’m inspired by Alan Turing 12
12:29 PM — As LGBT History Month draws to a close, LGBT youth volunteer Thomas Wales writes for PinkNews on why it’s important to remember Alan Turing.
22nd February 2013
Interview: BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Adele Roberts shares her Big Brother coming out story
12:57 PM — BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Adele Roberts has been interviewed by PinkNews’ Scott Roberts about a documentary she is presenting this weekend on the subject of coming out.
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.
31st January 2013
Cumbria Police to increase homophobic crime team to coincide with LGBT History Month 4
12:58 PM — Cumbria Police has assigned a team of 20 officers to tackle homophobic hate crime and give victims extra support.
16th January 2013
London: Islington and Camden to host UK’s ‘biggest’ LGBT History Month celebrations 3
12:32 PM — Organisers in the London boroughs of Islington and Camden say February’s programme of events for LGBT History Month will be the largest in the UK.
6th March 2012
Competition asks football fans to think up anti-homophobia effort 9
5:22 PM — After the end of its week-long Football v Homophobia 2012 initiative, the Justin Campaign is giving away a pair of tickets to an Arsenal match next week for the most innovative idea for involvement by football clubs in 2013.
17th February 2012
Elton John recreated with Gaydar profile pictures 16
12:05 PM — An image of Elton John's face comprising thousands of Gaydar users' profile pictures is among the works in a collection celebrating LGBT History Month.
10th February 2012
Report: The Schools OUT conference 2012 (part one)
1:52 PM — The first in a two-part report of the 2012 Schools OUT conference, Educating OUT Prejudice through the LGBT Lens.
9th February 2012
Report: The Schools OUT conference 2012 (part two)
2:35 PM — The second in a two-part report of the 2012 Schools OUT conference, Educating OUT Prejudice through the LGBT Lens. Read part one here.
31st January 2012
Comment: The story of LGBT History Month 10
4:22 PM — Sue Sanders writes about the background to the annual LGBT History Month, which was first celebrated in 2005 and begins its eighth national incarnation tomorrow.
9th December 2011
Plans for London 2012 Olympics Pride House London to be unveiled tonight 23
4:29 PM — Tonight sees the unveiling of Pride House London, a week long festival run to coincide with the London 2012 Olympic Games. At an event tonight, held at London’s City Hall, details for the festival which will include live music, entertainment, LGBT art, sports and tournaments will be revealed.
15th April 2011
Bill could make gay history compulsory in California schools 30
5:52 PM — The teaching of gay history could become compulsory in California schools if a new bill becomes law. The bill, SB 48, was passed by the Senate today by 23 to 14 votes. Its full name is The FAIR (Fair, Accurate, Inclusive and Respectful) Education Act.
22nd January 2010
Gay rugby hero Gareth Thomas announced as LGBT History Month patron 5
1:47 PM — Gareth Thomas, the Welsh rugby star who came out last month, has been revealed as the new patron for LGBT History Month. He said he intended to take a "hands-on" approach to his role.