14th April 2015
Notebook belonging to gay codebreaker Alan Turing sells for $1 million 2
3:08 PM — A notebook belonging to late gay codebreaker and computer genius has sold at auction for over $1 million (£677,150).
9th February 2015
George Takei to make Broadway debut 2
6:57 PM — Star Trek actor George Takei is to make his Broadway debut, in a musical based on his life.
6th August 2014
Watch: George Takei remembers the atomic bombing of Hiroshima 3
5:44 PM — Activist and actor George Takei released a video commemorating the anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.
24th December 2013
Richard Dawkins: The decision to pardon Alan Turing will send a signal to the world 14
3:18 PM — Professor Richard Dawkins has welcomed the posthumous royal pardon granted to gay scientist Alan Turing and says it will “send a signal to the world which needs to be sent”.
16th October 2013
Attitude Magazine unveils Alan Turing cover: ‘The gay man who saved the world’ 3
2:13 PM — The late gay computer genius and World War II codebreaker Alan Turing was honoured with a posthumous award at the Attitude Awards yesterday evening.
15th October 2013
House of Commons Speaker to honour Alan Turing ‘the gay man who saved the world’ with posthumous award 4
3:26 PM — The late gay computer genius and World War II codebreaker Alan Turing will be honoured with a posthumous award at the Attitude Awards this evening.
14th August 2013
Comment: It’s of great concern that Alan Turing’s life is being rewritten for the benefit of Hollywood 77
4:53 PM — Julia Turing writes of her anger at the decision of producers of the upcoming Alan Turing biopic to change aspects of the gay scientist’s life.
31st July 2013
Comment: Hollywood should stay true to the real story of Alan Turing 61
2:05 PM — Writing for PinkNews.co.uk, Harriet Lucas says the decision of producers of the upcoming Alan Turing biopic to change aspects of the gay scientist’s life for the benefit of the movie is a betrayal of his legacy.
1st March 2013
World War II love letter professes love of one soldier for another 47
2:16 PM — The letter written in 1943 by GI Brian Keith professes his love for a fellow soldier posted in North Africa during World War II. The letter's intended recipient never made it home.
27th February 2013
Comment: Why I’m inspired by Alan Turing 12
12:29 PM — As LGBT History Month draws to a close, LGBT youth volunteer Thomas Wales writes for PinkNews on why it’s important to remember Alan Turing.
4th February 2013
Vatican official: The Catholic Church is being ‘persecuted’ due to its anti-gay positions 160
4:10 PM — The Vatican's head of doctrine says critics of his faith's anti-gay crusade are conducting a "concerted campaign" to discredit the Catholic Church that is resulting in open attacks against priests.