29th June 2013
Photos: Pride in London parade 2013 7
2:02 PM — The 2013 Pride in London parade has moved off, moving from Baker Street, through Oxford Circus, and down to Trafalgar Square.
3rd June 2013
Brazil: Sao Paulo Pride draws over one million people 5
6:43 PM — Over one million people attended Sao Paulo Pride on Sunday. The annual event is the world's largest Pride event in Brazil's largest city.
25th May 2013
Birmingham Pride kicks off with Peter Tatchell leading Equal Love carnival 4
11:54 AM — Birmingham Pride festivities begin today at noon with an 'Equal Love' themed carnival march and will continue over the Bank Holiday weekend.
20th May 2013
China: 18-year-old IDAHOT activist detained for 12 days
2:32 PM — It has emerged that one of four LGBT marchers detained in the Chinese city of Changsha following Friday's IDAHOT events remains in prison, and has been sentenced to 12 days in jail.
16th May 2013
Russia: Moscow Pride organisers file court appeal over declined application to hold events
3:24 PM — The organisers of several gay pride events in the Russian capital city Moscow, have filed a complaint with a local court, as the applications to hold the events were denied.
13th May 2013
Russia: Activists claim St Petersburg officials have sanctioned IDAHO rally 2
3:01 PM — LGBT activists in Russia have announced that St Petersburg will take part in the International Day Against Homophobia (IDAHO), despite a law banning "homosexual propaganda" in the city.
23rd April 2013
Death of trans teacher Lucy Meadows, prompts poem by 7-year-old student 10
4:06 PM — A seven-year-old student of transgender teacher Lucy Meadows, who was found dead last month, has written a poem as teachers and union members marched in remembrance in Lancashire.
21st April 2013
France: Tens of thousands rally ahead of marriage equality vote 65
9:33 PM — Tens of thousands of demonstrators wore blue and pink to march on Paris in opposition to equal marriage today.
24th March 2013
France: Scuffles with police ensue as 300,000 march against marriage equality 17
8:39 PM — An estimated 300,000 anti-marriage equality protesters marched through Paris today. Police used tear gas on crowds who tried to break through to the Champs Elysees, which they had been banned from marching on.
16th April 2012
Court overrules police to give go-ahead to Budapest Pride 5
4:31 PM — A court in Budapest has reportedly overruled the police's decision not to grant a licence for the city's gay pride march.
4th April 2012
In Photos: Dyke March London 2012 13
4:00 PM — Lesbians and gay rights advocates took to the streets of London this weekend to improve the visibility of lesbians in the tradition of the American Dyke Marches.
8th November 2010
Thousands join Argentina’s gay Pride march 2
7:20 PM — Thousands of people joined Argentina's annual gay Pride march on Saturday in Buenos Aires. Marchers celebrated new laws which made the country the first in Latin America to recognise same-sex marriage.
16th February 2010
London’s Lesbian and Gay Film Festival to open next month 2
6:21 PM — The 24th Lesbian and Gay Film Festival is to take place in London next month at the British Film Institute. The event will be held between 17th and 31st March 2010 at the BFI Southbank.
25th January 2010
Moscow mayor repeats claims of ‘satanic’ gay Pride marches 9
4:15 PM — The mayor of Moscow has repeated his claims that gay Pride marches are "satanic". Yury Luzhkov attacked gay-themed events in 2007 as "satanic" in 2007 and banned gay rights campaigners from holding such an event.
12th January 2010
‘No right to not be offended’, says Tatchell 59
1:11 PM — Peter Tatchell has spoken out in defence of five Islamic extremists convicted of abusive language at a march in Luton last year. He acknowledged their homophobia but said free speech must be defended.
5th January 2010
Anti-gay hate preacher’s march may be banned 85
12:11 PM — An attempt by an anti-gay Muslim preacher to hold a march in a British town may be blocked by home secretary Alan Johnson. Islam4UK, headed by Anjem Choudary, plans to march through Wootton Bassett, a town famous for honouring soldiers killed abroad.
15th December 2009
Video: Man guilty of homophobic murder and assault on gay couple 11
3:15 PM — A man has been found guilty of murdering one man and attempting to murder his partner in a homophobic attack. David Kilcullen, 46, had pleaded not guilty to the attack in March in south London.