4th September 2013
US: Survey reveals that 68% of Ohio voters support discrimination protections for gay employees 2
6:08 PM — Amid debate around a US Senate bill that would extend discrimination protections to LGBT people in the workplace a survey has found overwhelming support for the measure among Ohio voters.
12th June 2013
US: Teacher sacked for being a lesbian will not be reinstated at Catholic school 24
6:06 PM — The Ohio high school teacher sacked after her female partner was named in her mother's obituary will not be reinstated, the district's Superintendent has ruled.
21st February 2013
Comment: A day in the life of Peter Tatchell 28
11:50 AM — Britain's most famous human rights campaigner talks about his daily routine and how he has to go to bed with "a siren alarm, fire extinguisher and rope ladder" - every night.
13th February 2013
US: Starbucks denies claims that it fired an employee who was wrongly perceived to be gay 8
10:06 PM — A former Starbucks manager, fired after allegedly being sexually harassed and called gay by fellow employees, is suing Starbucks for unlawful discrimination - but the coffee chain strenuously denies the allegations.
24th April 2012
Comment: Acting on homophobia with Pink Triangle Theatre 2
2:43 PM — Paul Burgess, founder of Pink Triangle Theatre, writes about the group's work tackling homophobia in schools, colleges, universities, libraries, theatres and prisons.
16th January 2012
US cross-dressing sitcom cancelled after two espiodes 5
3:47 PM — US television network ABC has axed its new sitcom 'Work It', about a pair of cross-dressing men looking for work, after only two episodes, but its entertainment president said it could be compared with Tootsie.
11th January 2012
Spies and accountants in Stonewall’s new employer index 31
11:20 AM — One of the largest professional services firms in the world, Ernst & Young, has topped Stonewall's list of the 100 best employers for gay and bi employees. Among 25 new entries for 2012 is MI5, the UK's counter-intelligence and security agency, ranked 62.
8th January 2012
Comment: How and why PinkNews will be celebrating Peter Tatchell Day 15
11:33 AM — Peter Tatchell has changed Britain and the world for the better in his decades of campaigning. PinkNews.co.uk is delighted to be working with his foundation to raise awareness and fundraise during his 60th birthday year.
6th January 2012
Sir Ian McKellen says “no doubt” Shakespeare was gay 48
10:28 AM — Sir Ian McKellen has reportedly said he has "no doubt" the complexities and plot devices of Shakespeare's work mean the playwright was gay. The actor added that the relationship between two characters in The Merchant of Venice made it "obvious" the writer had sexual relationships with men.
3rd January 2012
Gay codebreaker Alan Turing remembered in stamp series 24
9:51 AM — The work of codebreaker Alan Turing, who died in 1954, two years after being prosecuted for homosexuality, is to be celebrated on a commemorative stamp this year.
29th December 2011
Former Mr Gay UK returns to police duties after being cleared of rape charges 47
3:01 PM — PC Mark Carter, the winner of the 2006 Mr Gay UK title has returned to police work this week after being cleared of charges that he raped a man and sexually assaulted two others in 2009.
21st December 2011
US network “will meet LGBT groups” to discuss new show’s effect on trans community 44
2:48 PM — US network executives say they will meet with LGBT groups over a comedy which has drawn criticism for its depiction of men dressing as women to find work.
5th December 2011
Exclusive: Russell T Davies halts TV work after partner’s brain cancer diagnosis 21
10:22 AM — In an exclusive interview with PinkNews.co.uk, the acclaimed Queer As Folk writer says he has returned to the UK and does not know when he will start work again after his partner's diagnosis with cancer of the brain.
29th November 2011
Speaker John Bercow unveils new coat of arms with multiple gay rights symbols 42
12:23 PM — The Speaker of the House of Commons has unveiled his new portrait and coat of arms, which depict rainbow flags and pink triangles around the words "All Are Equal".
22nd November 2011
Singer’s memoir wins Polari First Book Prize 4
8:56 AM — Winner of the prize, which is for a first book exploring gay life, was revealed at a ceremony on London's South Bank last night.
21st November 2011
Lady Gaga and Google to be honoured by The Trevor Project
9:45 AM — Bisexual star will be honoured for her anti-bullying work, while the search engine has been noted for its promotion of gay employees.
15th November 2011
Interview: My Transsexual Summer’s Drew-Ashlyn Cunningham 55
11:43 AM — Paris Lees talks to Drew-Ashlyn Cunningham about discrimination, the trans community, and why "it’s not about passing, it’s about being happy".
10th November 2011
Ugandan activist receives RFK Human Rights Award 7
10:54 AM — Frank Mugisha is the second Ugandan gay rights activist to be honoured internationally in two months.
28th October 2011
Ex-SNP leader voted off citizens advice board over anti-gay marriage views 59
2:41 PM — The fomer SNP leader Gordon Wilson has been voted off the board of Dundee's Citizens Advice Bureau over his views against gay marriage. Mr Wilson, 73, failed to be re-elected after his Christian group Solas demanded a referendum on whether gay couples should be allowed to wed.
26th October 2011
Peter Tatchell: A tribute to Nikolai Alekseev 5
3:58 PM — Russian gay activist Nikolai Alekseev has announced that he is standing down as chief organiser of Moscow Pride and of the LGBT human rights project GayRussia.Ru – two major initiatives that he pioneered. Peter Tatchell highlights his work.