8th August 2012
London: LGBT sports clubs offer free taster sessions for budding athletes 1
3:00 PM — The capital’s LGBT community is being urged to seize upon the spirit of the Olympic Games and try out a new sport. Out for Sport's week is taking place from 13 – 19 August across London.
2nd August 2012
London: Record attendance at gay professionals network 10
5:19 PM — Village Drinks, the social event for gay professionals, is celebrating its highest attendance for an event, with a record 600 members attending the group’s summer party in London tonight.
London: Voting opens to choose HIV community campaign 31
1:23 PM — Online voting has opened for the public to choose a new HIV awareness campaign in London.
31st July 2012
Comment: UK Black Pride – a moment of discovery 19
2:43 PM — Ahead of this month’s UK Black Pride, Scott Roberts shares his own experience of attending the event for the first time last year. He also talks about what it means to those who cannot experience a similar celebration in their country of origin.
27th July 2012
Islington Council publishes sexual orientation of 2,400 residents 45
5:43 PM — Islington Council in north London published details of the sexual orientation of over two thousand tenants after an error with a Freedom of Information request last month.
24th July 2012
Hate crime vigils organiser brings Olympic torch to Soho 6
3:30 PM — The organiser of the 17-24-30 hate crime vigils paused with his Olympic torch in Soho yesterday to remember victims of anti-gay crimes after running in the official relay in south London.
Police appeal over Brighton man’s death 3
1:53 PM — Police are appealing for information after the body of a 63-year-old gay man was found in Brighton.
20th July 2012
Protest planned over anti-gay Olympic states 19
5:28 PM — A protest is being planned outside an International Olympic Committee meeting this weekend to petition it to disqualify states which discriminate against citizens on the grounds of sexual orientation in sport.
19th July 2012
EU backs exhibition at new Pride House for London Olympics 1
5:29 PM — The European Union has pledged financial support for an exhibition on pioneering gay sport figures at the newly-resurrected Pride House 2012.
18th July 2012
London: Man who died at gay sauna last week identified
1:12 PM — Police have identified a man who was discovered dead in a gay sauna in east London last week as 46-year-old Roberto Jesus Messuti.
16th July 2012
London: Police continue to appeal over gay sauna death 1
10:45 AM — Police in London are continuing to appeal for information after a body was discovered in a gay sauna in east London early on Wednesday morning.
13th July 2012
New Pride House launched for London Olympics 55
12:43 PM — A new Pride House festival has been launched for the London Olympics at the last minute after a lack of sponsorship meant the original event was cancelled.
12th July 2012
London: Body found in gay sauna 38
11:53 AM — The body of a man was found at the gay sauna Chariots in east London yesterday.
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.
London: Gay bookshop burgled 7
1:04 PM — London's gay bookshop Gay's the Word is currently closed after a break-in overnight saw computer equipment and its safe stolen.
9th July 2012
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.
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
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.
6th July 2012
London: WorldPride time was changed to reduce numbers 28
6:32 PM — Information seen by PinkNews.co.uk today from inside the GLA confirms that the start time of the WorldPride event tomorrow was moved from 1pm to 11am in order to deter visitors from the event.