FTSE 100 annual reports reveal lack of commitment to LGBT diversity

: A literature review  of all of the FTSE 100’s 2014 Annual Reports reveals that the UK’s largest listed companies are failing to effectively communicate their engagement with the issue of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) inclusion, most comprehensively overlooking transgender staff. While 99% of the annual reports refer to diversity as a whole, […]

An Audience with Gareth Thomas

Friday 11 Sep 2015 – Doors 7pm. £10 including booking fee. U18’s £10. One of the most successful and well-respected Welsh rugby players shares his life experiences and moving, personal journey of his identity struggle, amidst sporting triumph, through to his work as a gay rights activist and icon with local sports media celeb, Paul […]

Teenager dies following Jerusalem Pride stabbings

One of the six victims of last week’s stabbings at Jerusalem Pride has died from her injuries. Shira Banki was just 16 and sustained the most serious injuries in an attack by Yishai Schlissel. Hours after Shira died, a vigil was held near the place where she was stabbed. Hundreds of people attended including some […]

Scouts announce end to gay leader ban

The Boy Scouts of America have declared a partial change in policy on the controversial gay leader ban. The decision comes after Defense Secretary Robert Gates called on the organisation’s president to ‘reflect’ upon the ban. The National Executive Committee last month approved the lifting of the ban and the board has passed the final […]

Sir Ian McKellen and Paul O’Grady back RVT Future’s campaign to make the Royal Vauxhall Tavern a listed building

Yesterday, New York’s Stonewall Inn was awarded Landmark Status in recognition of its role in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) history. Today, as Pride weekend approaches, Sir Ian McKellen and Paul O’Grady give their support to a community campaign to make the Royal Vauxhall Tavern – believed to be the UK’s oldest LGBTQ […]

Hidden ‘scandal’ of LGB and T hate crime exposed

Fear of how they will be treated is leading to thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people (LGB and T) not reporting hate crimes. As a result perpetrators are evading justice, a new report published today reveals. Evidence nationally suggests around 35,000 cases of hate crime committed against people because of their sexual orientation […]

Tel Aviv’s Largest Ever Pride Festival Attracted a Record 180,000 Participants

  ‘Tel Aviv Loves all Genders’ The biggest-ever Tel Aviv Pride Festival took place over the last week with the participation of over 180,000 people from Israel and abroad. The parade, held under the theme “Tel Aviv Loves All Genders” marks the City?s commitment of support to the Transgender community, and was launched by the […]

New police vehicle underlines commitment to increase reporting of hate crime

The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) and Hampshire Constabulary are working closely with the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGB & T) communities to reinforce trust in policing. A police Ford Focus carrying the existing artwork of Hampshire Constabulary’s established Lesbian and Gay Liaison Officers (LAGLO) was unveiled at the force’s Families […]

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Cornwall Pride ’15

Cornwall Pride is fast approaching and while it has been a difficult year for raising funds, the Committee has been working hard to ensure they bring you the best possible day they can. The chairman completed his Skydive on May 9th and has to date raised almost £1400 which will be split between Pride and […]

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Support our entry for the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index 2016

Hampshire Constabulary is running its biggest survey ever about hate crime, domestic violence and sexual assault in the LGB&T community. This will be the constabulary’s biggest snapshot yet of how the LGB&T community is affected by these issues and the level of under-reporting. It is known from the force’s work with partner agencies that there […]

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The Supreme Fabulettes to appear at Herts Pride

The Supreme Fabulettes will be headlining this year’s Herts Pride event for 2015 in Cassiobury Park, Watford on 22nd August. They will put the icing on the cake for the community stage this year where loads of great acts will be performing. If you have ever seen the Supreme Fabulettes perform before then you will […]

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Welsh company storms Edinburgh with new play about gay hero Alan Turing

Welsh company Scriptography Productions has achieved unprecedented levels of success with its first ever touring production of a new play about Alan Turing written by Catrin Fflur Huws at Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Zoo Venues. The play has previously toured Wales and The Arcola in London, during which its overwhelmingly positive reviews included, “a sensational piece […]

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Tatchell to have eye surgery to repair damage from bashings

LGBT and human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell is undergoing major eye surgery in St Thomas’s hospital in London to correct […]

Frisky and Mannish: Just Too Much…Coming to Cornerstone

A new pop-comedy-mashup-infotainment era…Frisky and Mannish come to Cornerstone, Didcot on 4 October 2015 They tit around with pop songs […]

Is adultery really unequal?

‘Equality’ was a word that appeared time and time again in the fight for same-sex marriage. All that was being […]

Swindon and Wiltshire Pride reach lucky number 7

Swindon Pride was launched in 2008, with the first ever Pride festival being held in the town. In 2009, the […]

Join the Pride Parade and help proclaim the Freedom To Live

Brighton Pride 2015 needs you to stand beside the global LGBT+ community. Brighton Pride needs you to help them highlight […]

New patron for the Pink Triangle Trust

The UK LGBT Humanist charity the Pink Triangle Trust (PTT) is delighted to welcome a new patron, Sophie in’t Veldt […]