Throughout history, the LGBT+ community has always shown strength and resilience.
Pride for All supports Kaleidoscope Trust, a UK-based charity working to uphold the human rights of LGBT+ people across the world. Their vision is a free, safe and equal world for LGBT+ people everywhere. Donate to Kaleidoscope Trust.
Our second digital Pride for All festival premiered 8-10 June across Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and TikTok to help celebrate who we are and protest for the rights of our community.
We will continue to bring you events throughout the Pride season, so keep an eye on the agenda below!
Have a look at all the celebrities, activists and politicians wishing you all a happy Pride this year!
25 years ago, Lesbians from all over the world arrived at the UN 4th World Conference on Women in Beijing China and embarked on the biggest lesbian visibility campaign in history. In 2020, filmmaker and activist Bev Palesa Ditsie went online to commemorate some of the activists from around the world who were behind this campaign.
The film is funded by Kaleidoscope International Trust, with support from Outright International and FOKUS – Forum for Women and Development.
Check out the panel organised by OutRight International with Bev Palesa Ditsie and the activists who were part of the film here.
Join us for a conversation with one of the most prominent voices in LGBT+ activism and human rights campaigning.
“Life is about taking risks, and wigs are one of the ways we can take risks.”
Join drag queen and DJ extraordinaire TeTe Bang for a wig-styling tutorial and a cozy chat about authenticity and the queer community.
Ginger herself, our fairy camp-mother, will host a glitzy bingo gameshow night with prizes, team games and lots more surprises! 50% of ticket sales go to our charity partners, Kaleidoscope Trust.
£6 per ticket.
Join us for an exclusive release of a new Ask the Aunties episode! Our Aunties answer real-life questions from you on dating, relationships and more.
Join us for a cozy chat with Jake about the joys of being an LGBT+ parent — featuring the ups and downs, but mostly just pure joy!
We’re partnering with We Create Space to deliver a free 90-minute online workshop covering self-empowerment, confidence and authenticity.
Two Twos is going live for Pride for All! Join Ro and Nana as they speak their unapologetic truth and hold a safe space for the LGBT+ community.
Join us for this special live edition of PinkNews’ inclusive fitness Snapchat show, WerkOut, proudly co-hosted with Barry’s Bootcamp!
The wonderful Ruby Rare joins us for a cozy session on queerness, and how that impacts our relationships to our bodies.
Join us live for a chatty get-ready-with-me session, where we take your look from day to night! #MakeUpHasNoGender
Executive Director of Kaleidoscope Trust, Lady Phyll,and fashion designer Kyle De’Volle join us for a conversation on advancing LGBT+ rights around the world — and why the fight has never been more important.
PinkNews’ Steph Joins Australian musician, Kelsy Karter, for a live mini-concert at home!
PinkNews’ very own Scarlet Pestell goes live with TikTok star Sierra Kai to talk all things fashion!
Join PinkNews and Krystal Lake live as they reflect on LGBT+ history and why Pride’s so important!
Join us for a panel discussion with party representatives on LGBT+ equality in Northern Ireland, featuring:
The discussion will be moderated by John O’Doherty, Director of the Rainbow Project.