5th June 2013
Stephen Fry reveals he attempted suicide in 2012 31
6:06 PM — Stephen Fry has revealed that he attempted to commit suicide last year by overdosing on pills and vodka, but that he was saved by chance, by his producer.
13th May 2013
Ireland: New LGBT advice guide launched for GPs 1
6:22 PM — The Irish College of General Practitioners has launched a new LGBT guide for GPs.
28th March 2013
UK: Alleged bus poison plotter claims he became HIV positive by ‘homosexual paedophile gang’
11:00 AM — A man who claims he became HIV positive as a result of sexual abuse by a "homosexual paedophile gang" had "violent fantasies" about causing a deadly poison attack on a bus in Surrey, a court has heard.
22nd March 2013
Analysis: Trans suicide and the way the media reports the trans community 29
5:43 PM — Following the death of Lucy Meadows, Maeve Regan explores for PinkNews the impact of transphobic language in the media and the findings from the Trans Mental Health Study.
19th March 2013
London: LGBT mental health service Outcome faces uncertain future 4
2:09 PM — A charitable service in north London which supports LGBT people with mental health issues could be forced to close.
15th February 2013
Comment: No one should ever feel like they need to go back into the closet when it comes to receiving care 9
4:56 PM — Roger Newman MBE, co-founder of the LGBT support group of the Alzheimer’s Society, writes for PinkNews.co.uk about some of the key difficulties that LGBT people face when entering the care system.
14th February 2013
London LGBT charity PACE launches new online mental health service 2
5:28 PM — PACE, London’s leading charity promoting the mental health and wellbeing of the LGBT community, is launching an additional online service.
29th January 2013
Study shows when gay people come out, it can improve their mental health 7
3:40 PM — Lesbians, gay men and bisexuals who are out have lower stress hormones than those who hide their sexuality, according to a study in Canada.
22nd January 2013
Video: Trans community speak of their hurt at Julie Burchill’s Observer article 23
2:18 PM — Scottish Transgender Alliance is championing a YouTube video that shows personal individual responses to a transphobic article published in the Observer this month.
3rd January 2013
Study: Bisexual men ‘on the down low’ risk poor mental health 9
6:03 PM — A new study shows bisexual men are far less likely to reveal their sexual orientation than gay men, and that keeping it a secret risks damaging their health.
4th December 2012
American Psychiatric Association to stop classifying transgender people as having a mental illness 17
4:08 PM — The American Psychiatric Association has agreed to no longer classify people who are transgender and non-gender conforming as having mental illness.
29th August 2012
Study: Hearing the phrase “That’s so gay” can cause lasting harm 45
11:53 PM — The University of Michigan has released the results of a study which revealed that gay, lesbian or bisexual students who hear phrases such as "that's so gay" more often are more likely to suffer health problems.
11th April 2012
Study: Coming out is good for your health, if your parents are supportive 31
10:42 PM — Coming out as gay, lesbian or bisexual to one's parents, especially supportive ones, can significantly improve their mental health, while reducing their propensities for substance abuse, a study by researchers at Boston University has found.
2nd April 2012
Australia: Poor mental health among LGBT people 31
11:05 PM — Almost 80 per cent of LGBT Australians have suffered from intense anxiety in the past year alone, according to a new survey released today.
24th January 2012
Gay teen Jack Frew was ‘a threat’ to killer’s new relationship
3:41 PM — The High Court in Glasgow has heard testimony from forensic psychiatrist Dr Sharat Shetty, who said that Craig Roy, on trial for the murder of schoolboy Jack Frew, described the deceased as a "sex pest".
25th August 2010
Attitude magazine tackles mental health issues in gay men 26
5:48 PM — The latest edition of Attitude, the UK's best-selling gay magazine, is focusing on the sensitive - and often taboo - issue of mental health problems in gay men.