18th June 2012
Man searched at airport on suspicion of paedophilia ‘because he had a camera and a boyfriend’ 132
10:29 AM — A gay man was stopped at Gatwick airport last year by a Border Force officer who suspected he was 'involved in paedophilia' because he had a camera and a boyfriend, a report into controls at the airport has revealed.
8th May 2012
Video: ‘First gay airline’ will fly to EuroGames in Budapest 35
11:50 AM — A 'gay airline' has been launched dedicated to delivering passengers to the EuroGames 2012 in Budapest.
24th April 2012
Analysis: Sweden to deport trans woman assaulted and urinated on by Russian police 28
11:52 AM — As a Russian trans woman prepares to return to violence or worse if she is expelled from Sweden later this week, the latter country’s reputation as a less than welcoming place for the trans community is once more in the spotlight.
22nd March 2012
Travel: Architectural wonders of Europe 6
5:51 PM — Heading off to to Europe over Spring? If you are, don't forget to do some sightseeing. Here are our five top architectural picks to look out for. Europe's great ruins and cities are mighty testament to the ancient and modern world. These are cities of legendary proportions, each with its unique charm, history and works of classical and modern art. Europe is on your doorstep: take a journey through its wondrous history.
US men arrested after sex on Caribbean gay cruise ‘seen from dock’ 28
11:47 AM — Two American men have been arrested on the Caribbean island of Dominica for violating indecency and gay sex laws.
21st March 2012
Video: Spoof Tube announcements prompt gays to ‘mind the gap’ over HIV testing 26
4:15 PM — HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust has partnered with GaydarRadio to create a series of spoof public transport announcements, encouraging gay and bisexual men in London to ‘mind the gap’ between their HIV tests.
8th February 2012
Travel: Getting sexy in Salt Lake City 14
9:31 AM — Ushered onto the global stage by the 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Salt Lake City might still be best known as the base of the Latter-day Saints Church. But JD van Zyl found underneath its perfectly pristine Mormon veneer hides a surprisingly rewarding and gay-friendly destination.
12th January 2012
Tel Aviv ‘best gay city destination’ of 2011 49
3:43 PM — The city of Tel Aviv in Israel was dubbed the best gay travel destination of last year but the poll has caused concerns to resurface over alleged human rights "pinkwashing".
20th September 2011
Lesbian couple accuse Thomson of honeymoon discrimination 104
1:39 PM — A lesbian couple claim that one of Britain's largest travel companies discriminated against them on their honeymoon. Gemma Harman, 24, and Tamsin Harper, 36, from Brighouse, Yorkshire, flew to the Dominican Republican with Thomson following their civil partnership earlier this year.
16th September 2011
Australia to allow transgender and intersex passport options 19
11:48 AM — Changes to passport rules in Australia are about to make travel a great deal easier for intersex or trans individuals. Under the new rules, gender may be recorded on passports as 'M', 'F' – or 'X'.
15th July 2011
Travel: A Pacific paradise and the Latin New York 7
3:00 PM — Why should gay travellers consider Mexico? Martin Popplewell visits Puerto Vallarta and Mexico City to find out more.
20th June 2011
Feature: The gay traveller’s guide to New York 11
3:51 PM — New York, the Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, the capital of the world – we’ve all heard it. But what’s NYC like for a first time gay traveller? Dan Harrop-Griffiths gives us his beginners' guide.
30th March 2011
Updated: Gay travel agent’s ‘misleading’ advert banned
2:34 PM — A gay travel agent has had one of its adverts banned for using a trade logo without permission. Mantrav was told by the Advertising Standards Authority that its advert was "misleading" because it implied the company was endorsed by a gay trade body. Mantrav says it wants to sue over the decision.
3rd March 2011
Travel: Cape Town – South Africa’s Rainbow City 2
6:30 PM — Adam Smith traveled to Cape Town and finds that rainbows everywhere, from tourism board leaflets to the floor at the airport. While there's not handholding to the same degree as Madrid or Amsterdam, it’s evident there are plenty of gay couples out and about, and although there is a lively gay scene, that is certainly not the only place you’ll find the odd homo.
8th November 2010
Travel companies ‘need to do more to be gay-friendly’ 16
7:12 PM — Although plenty of travel companies now advertise themselves as being gay-friendly, a survey shows that many need to do more to justify the claim.