The Rise and Rise of Body Art
What do David Beckham, Kate Moss and Angelina Jolie all have in common? Fame and money? No. Well yes, they are all rich and famous, but there is another thing they all share. They all love their tattoos.
From rock stars and footballers to supermodels and actors, it seems body art is everywhere you ... [Read more]
The National Festival of LGBT History
Manchester is hosting the first ever national festival focused on exploring, exposing, and discussing lesbian, gay, bisexual, and trans (LGBT) history. The Festival is over five days, and will be at Central Library's Archives, the People's History Museum, and many venues throughout Manchester. It will ... [Read more]
Grindr Makes a Difference in 2014
From Fundraising for LGBT Organizations to Increasing Awareness of Health Issues, 250,000+ Grindr Users Worldwide Took Action
Now entering its fourth year, Grindr for Equality has succeeded in generating incredible results by mobilizing Grindr users across the globe to bring LGBT equality issues to ... [Read more]
Baby Lame – is back
Leave your inhibitions at the door... SHE’S BACK.
A fixture of London’s alternative cabaret circuit, Baby Lame brings her hit show underground and into the capital’s biggest arts festival. More messed up than The Exorcist combined with an episode of Keeping Up With The Kardashians, get ready ... [Read more]
10 New Year’s Resolutions
1. Stop tweeting about how much you hate everything - start being positive.
2. If you’re alone make it imperative that you find someone, perhaps a friend first and see where it leads.
3. Try something new, something a little out of your comfort zone.
4. If you’ve got ... [Read more]
ChemSex and HIV/HCV co-infection
There's an online piece of information that might just help prevent the New Year from becoming a bad year.
For those who are into ChemSex and are not aware of the dangers that can be associated with it, have a read... and stay safe.
· 7% of gay men in the UK co-infected with ... [Read more]
New project to help tackle LGBT hate crime
The Equality and Human Rights Commission has launched a 16-month-long project to tackle significant under-reporting of hate crime against Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people in Great Britain.
Recent figures in England and Wales show less than 4,500 homophobic and transphobic incidents ... [Read more]
With Christmas fast approaching I’m sure you will be busy wondering what to get the man in your life as a ‘special’ present.
We know that in general lingerie and underwear rate highly on this ‘special’ barometer of ‘personal and sexy’ that you hope your partner will enjoy. We also ... [Read more]
Winter Auction to counter LGBTQ homelessness
The holidays are always difficult for LGBT people who may have been disowned by their families, and the problems are compounded for LGBT people who are homeless. To address this, Stonewall Housing (unaffiliated with Stonewall) works to address LGBT homelessness in the UK. This winter they’re launching ... [Read more]
Perez Hilton on being a gay dad.
The fabulous, new, healthy-looking, buffed Perez Hilton discusses being a single gay dad on the website for gay fathers, GayswithKids.com
In the interview, he reveals that if he were to meet his husband, Perez would not allow the man to adopt his son because the child is his. If they were to ... [Read more]
Sleeping Bag Suit
OK, it has been described as the next ‘big thing’. Where once the onesie was the best piece of equipment for lounging around, now the Selkbag is destined to be the most desirable bit of kit for those who are active.
There’s nothing better than feeling totally warm as you curl up in your tent ... [Read more]
No More Gay Asylum Tests – Court Rules
The European Court of Justice have issued a judgement that refugees who claim asylum on the grounds that they are gay should not have to undergo 'tests' to prove their orientation. In this latest ruling, the court found that determining a refugee’s sexual orientation had to be consistent with EU law ... [Read more]
Don’t let HIV outsmart you
This World AIDS Day, Someone Like Me, the global sexual health movement from Durex and the MTV Staying Alive Foundation is urging young people to be aware of the risks of HIV with a new global awareness campaign.
Someone Like Me has launched a new video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XhWZktQQk6s&feature=youtu ... [Read more]
Homosexuality may help us bond
Homosexual behaviour may have evolved to promote social bonding in humans, according to new research.
The results of a preliminary study provide the first evidence that our need to bond with others increases our openness to engaging in homosexual behaviour.
Dr Diana Fleischman, of the University ... [Read more]
Podcasts on sexual health
Glasgow Caledonian University (GCU) researchers have launched a series of podcasts for the UK’s first comprehensive network for sexual health researchers.
This year’s National HIV Testing Week takes place next week (22nd -29th November), in the run up to World AIDS Day on 1st December.
To ... [Read more]
‘Over –searching’ online can be detrimental
Warning: “Over-searching” online can be hazardous to your health – or at least to your relationships at work and at home.
The Internet may be a wonderful tool, but new research co-authored at Cambridge Judge Business School finds that “over-searching” online can work to a person or organisation’s ... [Read more]
Top 10 Tips for “Coming Out” Gay
Top 10 Tips for “Coming Out” Gay
The person you come out to first should be someone you trust. Ideally an adult who can keep the news in confidence. Good examples are Parents, Teachers, Doctors, Relatives, Counsellors, Team Coaches, Youth Workers and Neighbours.
You may tell them in person ... [Read more]
HIV infections continue to rise
Public Health England reports greatest number of new diagnoses in gay men
The Report published today from Public Health England (PHE) - ‘HIV in the United Kingdom 2014 Report’ – states that in 2013 there was the highest ever number of gay men diagnosed with HIV – 3,250. 1 This is ... [Read more]
OK, so your last relationship didn’t work out.
OK, you’d been together for years but somehow, and you’re not sure how, you drifted apart.
OK, this is the second relationship that has failed, and your friends are urging you to 'get back on the horse’ as there are ‘many more fish in the ... [Read more]
Rainbow Barcelona Tours
The first gay tour guide company in Barcelona
Barcelona, Cosmopolitan city and joy of the Mediterranean, is the headquarters of the first private gay tour company in Spain for the LGBT community (lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transsexuals).
Rainbow Barcelona Tours opens a brand new informative ... [Read more]
Bent Confession: Sporting Bottom
I feel awful and a bit scared. I took some sneaky photographs at a private session I was having and some of them, thanks to my nosey boyfriend snooping around on my computer, have ended up being posted all over the place.
The guy I was shagging is a famous sportsman ... [Read more]
1 Model 100 Artists Exhibition & Auction
Leeds based charity, No Going Back, is holding its first auction to raise much needed funds. The auction and art exhibition will be held at the White Cloth Gallery, Leeds at 7pm on 15th December 2014. The event ‘1 Model 100 Artists’ will give attendees the opportunity to purchase a piece of ... [Read more]