17th April 2014
Glee and Erasure stars to perform at Detroit pride festival
6:45 PM — Among the entertainment at this year's pride festival in the city of Detroit will be Glee star Alex Newell and Erasure's Andy Bell.
1st April 2014
Watch: Thousands of Ugandans march to celebrate anti-gay bill passage 10
9:00 PM — Thousands of Ugandans attended a 'thanksgiving' march to celebrate the passage of an anti-gay law.
14th March 2014
US: San Diego wins dispute with man arrested for wearing ‘just a loincloth’ to Pride 11
10:32 PM — A man who was arrested for 'public nudity' after wearing a loincloth to San Diego pride has had his lawsuit against the city dismissed.
3rd March 2014
Greens deny funding cut to Brighton Pride
10:57 AM — The Green Party in Brighton and Hove is rejecting claims made by Labour and the Conservatives that it supports cutting funding to the city’s Pride festival.
28th February 2014
Brighton: Labour and Tories vote against Green plan to axe £25,000 Pride grant 6
2:17 PM — Labour and Tory councillors in Brighton and Hove have voted against a planned cut to the city’s Pride festival.
13th February 2014
To anyone who has accused gays of ‘homosexual propaganda’, have a look at this 13
6:06 PM — A website has been set to repurpose Soviet propaganda posters in order to show support for Russian LGBT people during the Sochi Winter Olympics.
US: Gay Republican is first to feature partner in political ad 7
12:05 PM — An openly gay Republican has become the first to feature his same-sex partner in a political ad.
7th February 2014
Cyprus: First ever gay pride celebration to take place this year
1:01 PM — Cyprus is set to hold its first ever gay pride event this year, celebrating an imminent repeal of a ban against homosexuality in the northern part of the country.
13th December 2013
Brighton Pride announces campaign theme for 2014 festival as ‘Freedom to Live’
11:59 AM — Organisers of Brighton Pride have announced Freedom to Live will be the umbrella theme for the city's Pride festival in 2014.
10th December 2013
Chair of Pride in London says 2013 festival ‘made a slight loss’ 4
2:58 PM — The chairman of London LGBT+ Community Pride has revealed that this year's event "almost broke even" but no money was given to charity.
Video: Facebook celebrates gay equality in key events of 2013 1
2:07 PM — Facebook has released a retrospective video looking at key events over the past year, which includes celebration of various LGBT news events.
8th December 2013
Italy: Rainbow-themed Christmas lights blasted as ‘provocative and ideological’ 20
10:49 AM — Rainbow-themed Christmas lights set up in Rome to commemorate the recent suicide of a gay teenager have stirred controversy recently, after a far-right group blasted the idea as "provocative and ideological."
13th November 2013
US poll: Americans find Confederate flag ‘more acceptable’ than rainbow gay pride flag 12
11:58 AM — A recent public policy poll has shown that a majority of US citizens believe it is "more acceptable" to publicly display the Confederate rebel flag, today commonly associated with the Ku Klux Klan and other racist hate groups, than it is to display the gay pride rainbow flag.
12th November 2013
Brighton council to discuss plans to expand Pride festival
2:28 PM — Plans to expand Brighton’s annual LGBT festival with a possible proms-style Sunday concert will be debated by the city’s council this week.
Manchester Pride vows to increase charitable donations following criticism 8
12:14 PM — Manchester Pride says it’s confident it will be able to increase donations made to LGBT charities following criticism by community figures that it’s simply not giving enough.
11th November 2013
Argentina: Over 150,000 celebrate Buenos Aires’ 22nd annual gay pride event
3:30 PM — More than 150,000 people attended the 22nd annual gay pride event in Buenos Aires on Saturday, which featured many signs and speeches including some criticisms of the former bishop, Pope Francis I, who once vowed to oppose the city's same-sex marriage laws.
10th November 2013
Hong Kong: Fifth Pride march more visible than ever
12:47 PM — Saturday's Hong Kong Pride march was its most visible event yet, with more sponsorship and attendees joining the celebrations than ever before.
28th October 2013
Debt forces closure of Nottinghamshire Pride 5
1:13 PM — The charity that runs Nottingham's annual Pride festival has been forced to close amid debts of almost £17,000.
23rd October 2013
Herefordshire Pride to close at end of month 3
2:11 PM — Herefordshire Pride, who are responsible for organising LGBT events throughout the county, faces closure at the end of October.
Ireland: Former Dublin Pride finance director to be sentenced for over €10,000 theft
11:42 AM — A former financial director for Dublin Pride has pleaded guilty to stealing more than €10,000 (£8,500) from the organisation, and is due to be sentenced next January.