23rd April 2015
Review: You can actually see a drag version of Princess Diana 2
11:52 AM — Have you ever wanted to see a man who can play both Princess Diana and Wallis Simpson?
8th November 2014
Daily Mail: Play about gay saunas is “sleazy” and “amoral” 62
12:22 PM — Theatre critic Quentin Letts has condemned a "taxpayer funded" National Theatre play that is set in a gay sauna.
30th August 2014
Review: The American Family Association made a film, and it is worse than you think 12
3:46 PM — As the American Family Association branches into films, Nick Duffy reviews their first effort, Summer Snow.
21st August 2014
Film Review: The Rover
8:52 PM — A bleak, poignant, post-apocalyptic film.
Film Review: Let’s Be Cops 2
7:51 PM — The buddy cop movie - a timeless institution that has given us some of the funniest gun-toting moments in cinema history - is about to be rewritten like never before in the latest movie to star hit-and-miss funnyman Damon Wayans, Jr.
Film Review: The Deer Hunter
5:11 PM — Michael Cimino's most acclaimed work is set for a re-release at the British box office this month, adding to the reasons why this US film-maker seems to be the most revisited director right now.
Film Review: Lucy 1
3:36 PM — This film's premise is refreshingly more complex than can be explained in a few sentences.
Film Review: The Inbetweeners Movie 2 sees the boys get Grindr
12:15 PM — The film's lewd tone is set from the start, when we see the hapless Neil tell his friends all about his favourite new app that's helped him find loads of new friends: Grindr.
23rd July 2014
Review: A documentary about Divine, who “stood for all outsiders” 5
5:30 PM — Jeffery Schwarz’s documentary ‘I am Divine’ was widely distributed in London cinemas last weekend for the first time since it premiered at the 27th BFI London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival in 2013.
14th July 2014
US: Board places college under review for demanding exemption to anti-discrimination law 8
4:17 PM — An accreditation board has placed a college under review, after it demanded an exemption from an anti-discrimination law.
21st June 2014
US: White House says Congress needs to pass laws for further same-sex benefits changes 1
4:56 PM — The White House has confirmed that it has extended benefits to same-sex couples as far as possible following the repeal of DOMA, with further changes requiring legislation from Congress.
10th February 2014
Online reviewers get revenge on this homophobic restaurant owner in the best way possible 6
7:01 PM — Review site users have taken revenge on a bar owner who said he "didn't want gays around", by reviewing his venue as if it were a gay bar.
3rd February 2014
Australia: Author who is ‘against gay sex education’ will lead curriculum review 22
6:16 PM — The Australian Government has appointed an author who criticised schools for teaching about "decidedly unnatural" gay issues in a positive light to head a national review of education.
22nd October 2013
Review: Stephen Fry – Out There 16
2:34 PM — Reviewing Stephen's Fry's BBC documentary on homophobia and transphobia for PinkNews.co.uk, James Evans says he was moved to tears on several occasions by the plight of those featured in the programme.
24th May 2013
Lesbian drama tipped for top prize at Cannes film festival 2
3:18 PM — A film featuring the love story between two women, and which has shocked some critics because of some graphic sex scenes, is hotly tipped to receive the top prize at the Cannes film festival.
22nd May 2013
US: Boy Scouts of America to vote on whether to allow gay members 3
6:48 PM — The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is today to convene a two-day meeting, of 1,400 local leaders, in order to consider allowing gay members into the organisation.
22nd April 2013
Review: Beautiful Thing – 20 years on, this gay love story is still beautiful 6
10:22 AM — With its tender optimism, 20 years since its debut, Jonathan Harvey's Beautiful Thing offers a chance for reflection, both positive and poignant on the story of same sex love in the present day.
13th December 2012
BBC review: Lesbian, gay and bisexual people feel under represented in broadcasting 23
3:12 PM — The BBC has published a two year review, which looks at the way audiences and experts perceive the portrayal lesbian, gay and bisexual people in UK programming.
18th May 2012
Review: Starlight Express, an 80s spectacle hits the road 7
3:39 PM — Neil Spring reviews the new version of Starlight Express, one of the longest-running West End musicals as it begins its national tour.
1st February 2012
Theatre review: Execution of Justice 2
11:07 AM — Execution of Justice, at the Southwark Playhouse in London until Saturday 4 February, tells the story of the assassination of San Francisco Mayor, George Moscone and openly gay District Supervisor, Harvey Milk on 27 November 1978.