World Pride

Westminster Council and the End of World Pride?

Patrick Cash | Posted 08.09.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Patrick Cash

Soho, as many of its residents will enthusiastically attest, is made what it is by its vibrant nightlife culture and thriving LGBT community. It would be counterproductive to have an overseeing institution which does not support this.

London Mayor Accused Over World Pride Fiasco

Peter Tatchell | Posted 04.09.2012 | UK Politics
Peter Tatchell

The World Pride organisers have made mistakes and must share some of the blame for the current fiasco. However, they are not the sole villains. The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, could have rescued Pride but has apparently chosen to not do so. The actions and inactions of the Greater London Authority (GLA) have compounded the problems that Pride now faces.

What if It Was Illegal for You to Be You?

John Barrowman | Posted 02.09.2012 | UK
John Barrowman

Can you imagine what it would be like to wake up one morning to discover that it was suddenly illegal for you to be you? That the law said because you had blue eyes, or were short or because you wrote with your left hand you could go to jail. The character I'm best known for - Captain Jack in Torchwood - spends his life fighting every kind of threat to humanity you could think of. That's all fantasy, of course, but this is real. People are being killed and many, many more live in daily fear for their lives. And the threat comes from something that is much harder to fight than fictional aliens - homophobia based on prejudice, hatred and ignorance.

Gay Pride, What's the Point?

James Wharton | Posted 05.05.2012 | UK Politics
James Wharton

We still live in a world in which a professional footballer will tweet homophobic messages to thousands of followers and not think of the consequences; will also still live in a world where people are being hung because they are gay. There's clearly a fight still to be won, and events such as National Student Pride underline this very fact.