23rd October 2014
Feature: The inspiring story of Gill Phillips
4:57 PM — In 2013, when the Guardian newspaper began publishing information about international intelligence operations, including widespread eavesdropping exercises that ignited protests around the globe, Gill Phillips found herself on the frontlines of an unprecedented legal fight.
19th June 2014
Actor Ralph Fiennes: I was asked not to employ a gay director in Russia 40
6:48 PM — During a recent trip to Russia, Ralph Fiennes says he was told not to employ a gay director or film any gay subject matter.
23rd April 2014
Gay Guardian readers blast camp comics Alan Carr, John Inman and Larry Grayson 177
12:29 PM — The Guardian has published two critical letters from readers about gay camp comedians, in response to columnist Owen Jones’s article on Alan Carr’s advert for animal charity PETA.
7th April 2014
UK: Health Minister warns doctors against referring gay parents for ‘cure’ therapy 5
10:57 AM — Health Minister Norman Lamb has written to NHS England asking for assurances that GPs are not referring gay people for conversion therapy.
31st March 2014
US: Newsweek’s new co-owner believes in ‘gay cure’ therapies 16
4:16 PM — The new co-owner of iconic magazine Newsweek believes in 'gay cure' therapies, it has emerged.
21st February 2014
US psychologist says British opponents of ‘gay cure’ therapy have no scientific backing 30
12:40 PM — A leading US psychologist has published a paper claiming that the UK media is "ideological and not scientific" when it criticises mental health professionals who offer "conversion therapy" to gay people.
19th February 2014
Patrick Stewart laughs off mistakenly being outed by The Guardian 18
1:43 PM — Sir Patrick Stewart has laughed off an error by the Guardian newspaper which stated he was gay.
30th October 2013
THT boss: Gay community’s response to AIDS epidemic helped advance gay rights 9
12:21 PM — THT's outgoing head has paid tribute to the “compassionate” nature of Britain’s gay community, saying the horrors of the AIDS epidemic actually helped establish today’s progress in gay rights.
20th September 2013
Manchester United, Spurs and Norwich can’t support rainbow laces campaign due to Paddy Power 35
11:06 AM — Premier League clubs, including Manchester United, Tottenham and Norwich, have refused to back the rainbow laces project because they believe it amounts to an advertising campaign for bookmaker Paddy Power.
3rd June 2013
Terrence Higgins Trust calls for male HPV vaccine after Michael Douglas’s cancer oral sex claims 10
4:34 PM — The Terrence Higgins Trust is reiterating calls for the HPV (human papillomavirus) vaccination programme to include gay and bisexual men following Hollywood actor Michael Douglas’s comments about oral cancer.
30th April 2013
Gay sitcom Vicious performs strongly for ITV 127
1:07 PM — ITV’s new sitcom Vicious, starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Derek Jacobi may have received mixed reviews, but it was a ratings winner for the broadcaster last night.
25th April 2013
Biography claims Margaret Thatcher thought Edward Heath was gay 36
11:26 AM — Margaret Thatcher thought Edward Heath was gay, a new biography by Charles Moore has claimed.
2nd April 2013
London: NUJ to host debate on homophobia and transphobia in the media 4
2:32 PM — The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) is hosting a debate on homophobia and transphobia in the media, later this month.
29th March 2013
Ex-Leeds player Robbie Rogers: There’s no way I could have stayed in football after coming out as gay 23
11:22 AM — Robbie Rogers has explained why coming out as gay meant he had to retire immediately as a professional footballer, saying: "I don't think I would have been able to go training the next day".
26th March 2013
London: Hundreds gather outside Daily Mail offices to remember Lucy Meadows 1
1:08 PM — Up to 300 members of the trans community and supporters gathered outside the Daily Mail offices in central London on Monday evening to hold a candlelit vigil for Lucy Meadows.
21st March 2013
Observer transphobic Julie Burchill article did not breach Editors’ Code of Practice says PCC 45
10:31 AM — A highly offensive article about the trans community which was written by Julie Burchill and published in the Observer did not breach the Editors’ Code of Practice, the Press Complaints Commission has ruled.
28th February 2013
Guardian Journalist Julie Bindel: Morrissey is wrong to say gay men are never violent 52
2:33 PM — Guardian columnist Julie Bindel has dismissed Morrissey’s claims about gay men and wars, saying they can be as "fascist and racist" as hetrosexuals.
8th February 2013
Uganda: British producer of gay play faces deportation 5
2:04 PM — UK theatre producer David Cecil, who was charged with breaking Uganda’s laws in relation to his play featuring a gay storyline, faces deportation from the country.
29th January 2013
Comment: The power of online activism & social media in the fight for LGBT equality 12
1:38 PM — Murray Lipp, administrator of the Facebook page ‘Gay Marriage USA,’ discusses his experience in maintaining America’s largest independent national equal marriage page on Facebook.
28th January 2013
Philip Hammond denies same-sex marriage incest claims 66
10:33 PM — A spokesman for Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has denied claims that he compared same-sex marriage to incest.