Applications open for IGLTA Foundation Tourism Scholarships, 2018

The IGLTA Foundation is offering scholarships to attend the 35th Annual Global Convention of the International Gay & Lesbian Travel Association in Toronto, from May 9-12,...

People’s sexual experiences after alcohol or drugs sought for new study

Researchers at Leeds Beckett University are looking for volunteers to anonymously share their experiences of sexual activity after drinking alcohol or taking other drugs as...

BOOK REVIEW: He’s Always Been My Son by Janna Barkin

He’s Always Been My Son A Mother’s Story about Raising Her Transgender Son Janna Barkin This inspiring and moving story, told with great passion and gentle humour gives...
Posted On 25 Sep 2017

Billboard advert homophobically abused in Washington DC

A billboard advert for gay hook-up app has been subject to an act of homophobic vandalism in Washington, DC. The poster, which was located on the platform of...

Brighton Pride 2017 smash fundraising target

Brighton & Hove Pride raise a magnificent £147,263.74 for good causes at Pride 2017. This record amount will be distributed as grants by the Rainbow Fund, the Pride Social...

Greater Fort Lauderdale hosts global ‘Think Tank’

The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau (GFLCVB) held its inaugural Global LGBTQ Think Tank on September 17-18 at The Riverside Hotel in Fort Lauderdale,...

UNI-FORM revolutionises homophobia, biphobia and transphobia reporting

Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity together with international partners will launch a hate crime reporting website and mobile app on September 28. The scheme...

BOOK REVIEW: Carnivore by Jonathan Lyon

This book follows Leander, Queer, druggie, manipulator, friend,  lover, fighter, liar.  Gifted with synaesthesia; a condition where the senses confuse and enhance information...
Posted On 18 Sep 2017

THEATRE REVIEW: Flights of Fancy by Veronica Thompson

‘Flights of Fancy’ is utter celebration of the possibility of being truly, wonderfully yourself, where and whoever you happen to be, it’s a reverie rooted in reality.
Posted On 16 Sep 2017

Newcastle Pride boosts local economy by £9.2million

Newcastle Pride 2017, one of the UK’s largest LGBT festivals, has helped boost the North East’s economy by £9.2million. In July, the annual event celebrated its tenth...

Campaign to end impact of HIV in the next 30 years launches today in parliament

NAT (National AIDS Trust) launches the Let's End It campaign today at an event in the House of Lords which marks the 30th year of the charity working at the forefront of the...

Overwhelming majority of 18-24s are non-religious

New research shows that 71% of people in Britain aged between 18 and 24 are non-religious, as are 53% of the population overall and 58% in Scotland. These results are from the...

FILM PREVIEW: Grace Jones: Bloodlight and Bami

Grace Jones and Friends Live (a one night only event on October 25) promises an enlightening evening with the inimitable icon. Grace will discuss her life and work with some...
Posted On 06 Sep 2017

PREVIEW: YES announce 50th Anniversary Tour – #YES50

2018 marks half a century since the formation of YES, one of the biggest bands in the history of progressive rock. To celebrate the milestone YES will embark on a ten date UK...

Manchester Evening News challenges the ‘Pride Haters’.

Now in its 25th year, organisers estimate 3,000 people paraded through the city centre with thousands more lining the streets to watch. Participants included local businesses,...
Posted On 31 Aug 2017

BOOK REVIEW: The Merry Millionaire Duology by John Wells

This is a story of privilege and indulgence, of luxury and secrets of seeming to be one thing, but being another and it’s also a story of white privilege in last days of...
Posted On 30 Aug 2017