20th February 2014
London: Church parish to protest at ‘harmful’ gay blessing ban 4
11:42 AM — A vicar in north London is challenging the Church of England’s decision to ban clergy from blessing same-sex couples.
19th February 2014
THT: An extra 250,000 HIV tests per year could slash new infection rates 18
6:19 PM — Ahead of a major HIV conference Terrence Higgins Trust says an extra 250,000 HIV tests a year could slash new infection rates.
Justin Fashanu would have been 53 today 4
5:21 PM — Norwich Football Club has paid tribute to the late gay footballer Justin Fashanu on what would have been his 53rd birthday.
London: Islamic preacher who advocates stoning for gay people speaks at university 51
4:46 PM — A London university has been criticised for allowing a preacher – who suggested gay people should suffer violence – to speak at an event.
UK: Gang of three jailed over anti-gay assault on man lured to house off chat room 17
2:14 PM — Three Slovakian friends, who brutally beat a man in a homophobic assault in Cheshire, have been jailed.
Exclusive: 70% of gay men believe that sex without condoms is more pleasurable 161
11:52 AM — New research exclusively published by PinkNews.co.uk shows 70% of young gay men believe that sex without condoms is more pleasurable and exciting.
18th February 2014
Win tickets to the Families Through Surrogacy conference 2014 2
5:57 PM — Win tickets to the Families Through Surrogacy UK Conference 2014 exclusively with PinkNews
17th February 2014
London: Police urge vigilance after Soho robbery
6:33 PM — Police are appealing for witnesses following a violent robbery in Soho during the early hours on Valentine's Day.
Campaign against LGBT sexual exploitation to be launched in Brighton 2
1:19 PM — A new campaign aimed at tackling sexual exploitation in the LGBT community is being launched in Brighton next month.
How can the Church of England be ‘welcoming’ when it bans priests from marrying gay people? 14
12:20 PM — A Church of England decision to reiterate its ban on clergy from marrying same-sex couples has angered LGBT Christian campaigners.
14th February 2014
UK: Brighton gay couple to marry one minute after law takes effect 6
1:50 PM — Brighton and Hove has announced one of the first gay couples who will be allowed to marry.
13th February 2014
I once used disgusting anti-gay language, admits former Professional Football Association chair 24
2:50 PM — Former Professional Footballers’ Association chairman Clarke Carlisle says he’s ashamed for previously using homophobic language.
FA: We are making progress in tackling homophobia 4
1:05 PM — The Football Association says it’s making significant progress in tackling homophobia.
12th February 2014
LSE launches Jewish LGBT History exhibition
6:58 PM — The first ever archive of Jewish LGBT History in the UK has been launched in central London.
Labour MP urges UK to halt prisoner transfer agreement with Nigeria over anti-gay laws 2
4:04 PM — Labour MP John McDonnell says the UK should suspend its prisoner transfer agreement with Nigeria because of the country’s anti-gay laws.
11th February 2014
Baroness Barker: The ‘shockingly degrading’ treatment of LGBT asylum seekers must stop now 7
4:19 PM — Lib Dem peer Baroness Barker has called on the government to stop the “shockingly degrading” treatment of LGBT asylum seekers by officials.
UK: Two men jailed for five and a half years over homophobic claw hammer attack 2
12:00 PM — Two Sussex men who threatened their victims with a claw hammer and made homophobic comments towards have been jailed.
10th February 2014
Stonewall: Gay teens more likely to ‘sext’ than heterosexuals 3
6:53 PM — Stonewall says gay youngsters are more likely to send and receive sexually explicit material.
Spiked Editor Brendan O’Neill is against ‘gayness, the gay lifestyle and queer imperialism’ 56
4:43 PM — The editor of Spiked, who unsuccessfully urged Parliament to stop equal marriage, says “the gay issue” has become “central to the ramping up of the culture wars”.
Speaker John Bercow to give evidence at rape trial of former deputy speaker Nigel Evans
1:39 PM — The Speaker of the Commons, John Bercow, is to be a prosecution witness during the trial of former Commons deputy speaker Nigel Evans.