17th August 2014
Performance artist to have sex with different man every day for a year 103
2:29 PM — An artist has announced that for his new project, he will have sex with a different man every night for a year.
30th October 2013
Short film project aims to tackle trans issues by showing life through the eyes of a trans woman 2
12:01 PM — A video project has been launched in order to raise awareness of trans issues by showing the public the life of a young trans woman through her eyes.
17th October 2013
Video: Initiative started to raise $25,000 for Trevor Project in 25 days
12:25 PM — An initiative has been started to raise $25,000 (£15,500) for the Trevor Project in 25 days.
8th August 2013
Video: Friends of murdered Matthew Shepard launch campaign to screen 15th anniversary documentary 5
4:14 PM — A US filmmaker has turned to Kickstarter to fund her feature film "Matt Shepard is a Friend of Mine," a documentary to commemorate the passing of the young man Matthew Shepard who was murdered in a gay hate crime in 1998.
16th May 2012
Video: Short film ‘Homophobia’ made available free online ahead of IDAHO 16
12:59 PM — A short film set in the Austrian army has been released free online ahead of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia tomorrow.
7th December 2010
Homotopia and The Pansy Project go to Istanbul
4:32 PM — A gay arts festival and a project to remember victims of anti-gay hate crime visited Istanbul last week. The Turkish city is the 2010 European Capital of Culture and Liverpool-based arts festival Homotopia and The Pansy Project planted hundreds of pansies at the British Consulate.
22nd January 2010
Gay celebrities Tim Gunn and Ellen DeGeneres praised by PETA 3
5:53 PM — Project Runway mentor Tim Gunn and X Factor judge Ellen DeGeneres have been praised for being animal-friendly. The pair, who are both gay, were named Man and Woman of the Year by charity People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals.
22nd December 2009
INTERVIEW: Why we need a London AIDS Memorial 35
4:29 PM — PinkNews.co.uk speaks to London scene legend Gary Henshaw about why he is pushing for permanent London AIDS memorial in the capital. The London AIDS memorial group was founded on December 1st 2009 by Gary Henshaw and Swarmite Ananda. Its aim is to provide a permanent AIDS memorial where people can gather to remember the ones who 'succumbed, dying bravely, defiantly and with no knowledge of the battle ahead.'