Dating app Growlr is aimed at bears and their admirers
Growlr: What do new owners have in store for the app?

The CEO of the company that now owns the gay and bi men’s dating app talks bears and video streaming

Promotional image for LGBTI documentary Words
Amazon removes LGBTI documentary, claims it didn’t meet Prime’s ‘quality standard’

The documentary about LGBTI identity went up on Amazon Prime over a year ago

Tanja Kaufmann of SAP
Why SAP supports Lesbians Who Tech

Tanja Kaufmann, a Global Director of Diversity and Inclusion at software giant SAP, on why the company wants to smash glass ceilings in the tech industry

How did RuPaul's Drag Race get commissioned by the BBC? | RuPaul/World of Wonder
Drag Race UK: A deep dive into how the spin-off got commissioned by the BBC

BBC sources reveal how and why RuPaul’s Drag Race UK found its home

Gay dating app Chappy recently relaunched with the goal of changing online dating
Meet Adam Cohen-Aslatei: Chappy’s new Managing Director

Aside from simply being a dating app, Chappy is now partnering with GLAAD to create real social change

Liz Bouk admires an advertisement featuring himself on a NYC subway platform
WATCH: Trans opera singer Liz Bouk opens up about gender for Bumble

Despite being a trans man, Bouk still considers himself a female opera singer

Leila Romane, Head of Cloud UKI for world leading software company SAP
SAP: The tech giant championing diversity and work-life balance

Leila Romane, Head of Cloud UKI for world leading software company SAP, explains what sets the company apart from other corporates and shares some of her very own career advice

Tom Loeffert
‘You should always expect to work for someone who cares about you’

Tom Loeffert, SAP UK HRD, explains why and how the global tech giant is embracing diversity

The Digitas panel discussion for Digital Pride in 2017
How can the marketing industry be more LGBTI friendly?

Digitas is set to reveal groundbreaking research into whether those in the marketing industry feel able to be out at work

This gay man is bringing the largely ignored community of mobile gamers to the forefront

‘MOCA represents anyone who casually plays mobile games, regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation’

Jeffrey Scott shows off a pair of his own tights
Meet the gay designer of men’s tights who wants to let your bulge breathe

Chicago-based Jeffrey Scott talks about leaving the corporate world to pursue his passion

Kelly Mackenzie and Kirsty Albion holding cases of beer at Stomping Ground brewery
Gay, Aussie and getting married? You can get free beer for your wedding

You get free beer, and you get free beer, (almost) everybody gets free beer

Tskenya Sarah-Frazer
Meet the woman behind the shoe brand that rejects gendered marketing

Tskenya-Sarah Frazer is the 23-year-old behind the new company

London’s hottest members club announces plans to open Los Angeles branch

h.Club LA is now accepting pre-opening membership applications!

Kath Wilkinson
Marriage, divorce, single parenthood, being gay and cancer made me a fighter

Life doesn’t always run smooth, says Kath Wilkinson of Equality Wealth, so long-term planning is the secret

The DigitasLBI panel discussion on brands for Digital Pride 2017
What exactly is the role of brands in a diverse world?

Stuart Aitken, Head of Brand & Content at DigitasLBi, discusses some of the key themes that emerged at the global marketing and technology agency’s Digital Pride event

Amy Nield DigitasLBi brands Brands
Why brands need to move on from participation to protecting their LGBTI customers

Amy Nield, Creative Strategist, DigitasLBi, says brands need to do more than sponsor floats at Pride to prove their commitments to LGBTI customers

Debt Consolidation – which is the best route for you?

SPONSORED: Take the first step in bringing some stability to your finances.

Veteran AIDS activist Larry Kramer in a Nightsweats & T-cells top
Read about the T-shirt business staffed only by people with HIV

Despite advances in treatment, the team at Ohio-based Nightsweats & T-cells know only too well why their services are still very much needed

Andrew Christian (suited) and model Cory Lee
Andrew Christian: The real man behind the iconic underwear brand

The LA-based fashion designer talks fashion, business and his first book, Sex = Power = Freedom

Baltimore Eagle
Iconic Eagle bar set to re-open after four-year closure

Baltimore Eagle shut its doors in 2012 but is set to re-launch following a multi-million dollar redevelopment

LGBTI advocates are spreading messages about workplace diversity on Twitter
14 rising LGBTI business influencers to follow on Twitter

Who’s building on online following with their passion for diversity and inclusion?

David H Baldwin previously worked for the Federal Avaiation Administration
Gay man fears historic workplace discrimination case may falter due to lack of support

Attorney says the case is as important as Obergefell v Hodges and has wider implications for all gay and lesbian employees

The Horse Meat Disco team: DJs Luke Howard, Jim Stanton, James Hillard and Severino
How did Horse Meat Disco conquer the world?

The Sunday night celebration of disco celebrates its 13th birthday at Eagle London this weekend

A Jake networking gathering at the Library club, London
Career networking advice for introverts

Networking can help give your career a boost, but what if the very idea of a room full of strangers fills you with dread?

Lynn Pasterny of Stonewall
Multinational corporations can play a huge role in advancing LGBTI rights globally

Lynn Pasterny of Stonewall on Top Global Employers: those companies that are stepping up to promote LGBTI diversity and inclusion around the world

Out & Equal's CEO Selisse Berry
‘I wasn’t able to pursue a career I love because of the person I love’

Out & Equal celebrates its 20th anniversary this year; founder and CEO Selisse Berry reflects on two decades of workplace advocacy

Andy Evans - bow ties
Meet the man on his way to making a fortune from bow ties

Andy Evans explains how he fell into fashion after being struck down by serious illness, and why notions of ‘menswear’ are outdated

Eagle London in Vauxhall has undergone a major revamp
‘Sex clubs are dying… If we hadn’t moved with the times, we’d be finished’

The co-owner of Eagle London explains why the time was right to do away with the men-only image and broaden the venue’s appeal