And Then We Danced Review

Georgia, where the LGBT population still face challenges, is the setting of the gay love story ‘And Then We Danced,’ which is very good thanks to a great script, and great directing and acting. Swedish director Levan Akin’s (he is…

Northern Ireland Set for ‘Huge Leap Forward’ as Abortion and Same Sex Marriage Legislation Passes

Abortion and same-sex marriage have for too long been taboo subjects on Northern Ireland says GMB Union GMB says Northern Ireland will take a ‘huge leap forward’ when abortion and same sex marriage legislation passed at midnight tonight. Sections 58…

HS2 ‘Onboard’ for Pride

HS2 Ltd has taken part in its third consecutive appearance at the Pride Carnival Parade in Birmingham, held on Saturday 25 May. Staff from Britain’s new high speed railway were among over 5,000 participants in the procession, with 100,000 lining…

Olympic Park to host UK’s first LGBT Oktoberfest

The UK’s one and only LGBT Pink Oktoberfest will take place at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park stadium. Taking place on Sunday 7 October 4-11pm, the event promises all the usual authentic German beers, food, oompah bands and crooning, but…

Kathreya Kasisopa invited to Big Brother

Kathreya Kasisopa invited to Big Brother Legends reunion on Big Brother’s bit on the Side on Chanel 5 UK Kathreya was originally a contestant on Big Brother UK 9 in 2008, on Channel 4 and became one of the most…

Qantas CEO Alan Joyce and Campbell Soup President Denise Morrison amongst those celebrated as LGBT+ role models

Professional LGBT+ membership organisation OUTstanding announces 2017 Leading LGBT+ & Ally Executives and LGBT+ Future Leaders lists, presented by the Financial Times Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce, tops the LGBT+ Executive list 2017 in recognition of his passionate support of the…