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Liverpool Museums go online for LGBT+ History Month

National Museums Liverpool (NML) is to celebrate this February’s LGBT+ history month with a major series of online exhibitions revealing the untold histories and lived experiences of LGBT+ people in the city.…

Biden issues “most substantive, wide-ranging” LGBTQ+ executive order

The Human Rights Campaign has praised President Joe Biden for introducing what it describes as “the most substantive, wide-ranging executive order concerning sexual orientation and gender identity ever issued by a United…

Joe Exotic: “too innocent and too gay” for Trump pardon

Reality star Joe Exotic, who is currently serving a 22-year jail sentence for 17 charges of animal abuse and 2 charges of attempted murder for hire of his rival Big Cat Rescue…

A Passion for Equality

Joanne Monck is an Advisor on LGBTQ+ matters and hate crime and works with Sussex police on LGBTQ+ and trans awareness. She has just been awarded an OBE for Services to Transgender…

Pope Francis allegedly insults gay people
Pope allegedly insults gays

The Pope has allegedly used offensive language when talking about gay people. Asked at a bishops’ conference in Rome about whether gay men who choose to be celibate should be considered for…

Ban Pride flags, urges Christian group

With the Pride season now getting under way, a Christian group has called for a ban on displaying the Pride Rainbow and Pride Progress flags in public. Christian Voice has called for…

FBI warning about Prides

In a “Worldwide Caution Alert”, the FBI has warned its citizens about foreign terror groups targeting LGBTQ+ events both in the USA and overseas as the Pride month of June gets under…

Switzerland wins Eurovision

Switzerland has won this year’s Eurovision Song Contest. The song, The Code, which was a cross between hip hop, pop and opera, gained an impressive 591 points. It was performed by 24-year-old…

MSP: homophobic abuse has become “considerably worse”

Green Party member Ross Greer, who was the youngest ever MSP to be elected to the Scottish parliament, hit out at homophobic abuse in the parliament which, he says, has become “considerably…

Daniel Radcliffe really “sad” about rift with JK Rowling over trans rights

Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe has said that he is “really sad” about his rift over trans rights with Harry Potter creator JK Rowling. Radcliffe’s comments were made to the Atlantic and…

A group of gay professional footballers is planning to come out in May.

According to the Preussiche Allgemeine Zeitung, the professional footballers will come out as gay in 17 May, the International Day Against Homophobia. This is also the Friday before the final weekend of…

Apologise to all LGBTs, says top police officer

Northumbria’s Chief Constable, Vanessa Jardine, has made a formal apology to the LGBT+ community She is also urging all Chief Constables to do the same: to say sorry for past homophobic witch-hunts…

Priscilla back on the Road

A sequel to cult camp hit The Adventures of Priscilla Queen of the Desert is set to hit the screens. Talking to The Guardian, director Stephan Elliott said that it was the…

Latvia signs in the EU’s first openly gay head of state

Former foreign minister Edgars Rinkevics has become the first openly gay head of state of a European Union nation. Rinkevics, was sworn in as Latvia’s president on Saturday in Riga. Rinkevics, 49,…

A Strange Loop

Smash hit musical A Strange Loop has arrived in London. It’s about being black, fat and queer and RuPaul called it above and beyond brilliant and Billy Porter said it’s one of…

Adam for Pride in London

Adam Lambert will headline this year’s Pride in London on 1 July in Trafalgar Square In a major coup, Pride in London have enlisted gay megastar as the main act on the…