Alan Turing’s persecution & on-going UK homophobia

Peter Tatchell writes:   Homophobia is still with us 60 years after the death of Alan Turing. To combat it, education

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Gay Rugby – eliminating homophobia

As the Bingham Cup kicked off today in Sydney, two Rugby World Cup winning Wallabies’ captains joined senior federal politicians

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Why cottaging still matters.

In 2008 Jeff Akers, a retired accountant, went into a public toilet in the small town of Walton in Surrey

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Travel – Surf’s Up! GaySurfers host South America’s only LGBT surf camp

 Michael Sam, Ian Thorpe, Amelie Mauresmo, Tom Daley, Megan Rapinoe… the list of  professional, out athletes keeps growing, but that

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Spartacus Gay Travel Index 2014 lists the gay-friendliest travel destinations worldwide!

 The international travel guide for the gay community, which has been published on an annual basis for the last 40

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Gay Soldier James Wharton receives City Freedom

James Wharton, one of the first openly gay soldiers in the British Army, has received the Freedom of the City

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AWAY FROM HOME

  The UK, 2014, The Civil Partnership Act is ten years old, same sex marriage passes into law, it is

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GREEN MEP PLANS TO ELIMINATE HOMOPHOBIC BULLYING

London’s Green MEP Jean Lambert has backed a decision to take EU-level action to stamp out homophobia. Members of the

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