Share your favorite gay pride moments

Celebrate the one month countdown to World Pride in London by sending us your photos of past prides around the world

Share your favorite gay pride moments
08 June 2012

It’s a month until World Pride comes to London and to celebrate GSN is getting out the old photo albums and looking nostalgically back at past festivals around the globe.

Every day until the main event in the UK capital on 7 July, we are inviting you, our fabulous readers, to share your memories of pride parades, parties and pandemonium with us by posting your best snaps on our Facebook wall or tweeting them to us @gaystarnews

A brilliant prize will be awarded to the person who sends in the most memorable photograph.

GSN’s photos have been taken by Scott Nunn over the last 11 years.

Gay Star News is the official news website of World Pride.



No thumbnail available

Hong Kong gay pride gets boost from 'umbrella movement' democracy supporters

Leaders of the Occupy movement backs call for equal rights for LGBTIs, however father of 18-year-old student leader Joshua Wong and himself the leader of an anti-gay group denounces the move
No thumbnail available

Majority of Singaporeans still don’t support LGBT rights, poll finds

A poll of social attitudes funded by the Government of Singapore has found that most people are either opposed or lukewarm when it comes to LGBT rights – though the younger generation are more open minded
No thumbnail available

First openly gay NCAA men's college basketball player makes splash at GLAAD Awards with actor

Athlete is 25 years younger than actor who is currently filming the movie Daddy
No thumbnail available

Swedish athlete paints nails rainbow to protest Russia’s anti-gay laws

Emma Green-Tregaro, a high jumper, risks arrest by choosing a discreet way of protesting against Russia's 'gay propaganda' laws
No thumbnail available

US golfer, who believes being gay is a sin, wins Masters

Florida athlete Bubba Watson voiced his support for a reporter who called Jason Collins' coming out as an 'open rebellion to God'
No thumbnail available

Sinéad O'Connor says it's not accurate to call her bisexual

But the singer has 'explored' relationships with women and may do so again
No thumbnail available

New play reveals ugly chapter of Hong Kong LGBT rights history

Play explores the 1980 death of former Hong Kong policeman John MacLennan who was sacked for being gay
No thumbnail available

Celebrity lesbian couple get 'married' in Japan

'We held the wedding ceremony so that it might become easier for others to do the same in the future'
No thumbnail available

Longtime Wheel of Fortune host Pat Sajak comes out on Twitter - as straight

Was TV personality was mocking gay coming out process by tweeting: 'I'm hereby proclaiming my heterosexuality!'
No thumbnail available

Arizona sheriff Paul Babeu says his Republican party needs gays like him

'To be truly inclusive ... we’ve got to have other people in there with a voice'