Michael Urie more than happy to return to television for quality gay role

Ugly Betty alum talks to Gay Star News about his new comedy Partners

The Pride of Vietnam

Gay Star News speaks to the organizer of Vietnam’s first ever LGBT Pride, 25-year old Tam Nguyen

Marcus Collins on his Olympic crush, Rihanna’s hair and his new tattoo

Gay X Factor runner-up chats to GSN about headlining Liverpool Pride and storming the charts with his debut album and single

Martina Navratilova: On Olympic closet gays and marriage

We speak to Martina Navratilova the world’s most famous lesbian in sport about the Olympics, her marriage hopes and more

Boys v girls: Seven vital fitness tips

SWEAT Personal Training expert David Richardson offers seven tips for men and for women to help both genders train better and reach their goals faster

Your vision for London Pride

Ahead of tomorrow’s public meeting into the future of pride in London, we look at some of the major issues on the agenda

Interview with film writer and actor David W. Ross

Actor and writer David W. Ross discusses his new film I Do

How Marilyn Monroe struggled with being lesbian

As we mark the 50th anniversary of the death of Marilyn Monroe, the ultimate sex symbol, we examine evidence that her marriages really concealed her true lesbian sexuality

The father of us all: meet the world’s first LGBT activist

150 years ago this year Karl Heinrich Ulrichs came out to his family. Five years later he came out to the world. He had become the world’s first LGBT rights campaigner and eventually published twelve manifestos which contain all the demands we still fight for today

Speck of gold: Meet the openly gay Olympians

A tiny fraction, far less than 1%, of athletes at the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics will be openly LGBT – meet the few who are going for gold

Why IBM is pushing for global gay equality

Harry van Dorenmalen, chairman of IBM Europe, tells GSN why his firm believes in sticking to their pro-LGBT values, wherever in the world they are

Nick Clegg on gay marriage, youth bullying and global rights

Gay Star News interviews Britain’s deputy prime minister and finds out why he’s confident religions who want to marry gay couples will be allowed to do so

Lao and proud: LGBT rights in Laos

Gay Star News talks to a prominent LGBT rights activist Anan Bouapha in the sleepy South-East Asian nation of Laos

Interview with writer John Corvino

Johm Corvino talks gay marriage, Maggie Gallagher, and their book Debating Same-Sex Marriage

‘Bullies made me feel powerless’ says gay teen

A 16-year-old from Solihull in England describes how he was bullied for being gay as Stonewall report reveals extent of problem in UK schools

Selisse Berry: We can change the global gay workplace

US organization Out and Equal is holding a global gay workplace summit in London. We catch up with its founder, Selisse Berry

What’s really going on for World Pride

Following the confusion over this year’s World Pride weekend, GSN has a full run down on what is definitely happening in London

How gay group United and Strong is changing the island of Saint Lucia

The traditional, religious society of Saint Lucia is gradually starting to listen to United and Strong which promises to make life better for all; LGBT and straight

From flab to fab: The ultimate six tips

Matthew Jenkin reveals his new toned body after months of blood, sweat and tears for his Olympic challenge

The late Richard Isay: Who cured psychiatry of gay ‘cures’

We pay tribute to Dr Richard A Isay, a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who turned his profession away gay ‘cure’ therapy and towards a positive approach to helping gays, who died last week

Stephen K Amos on gay comedy and Sandi Toksvig

Joining Danish lesbian joker Sandi Toksvig on stage at the Hackney Empire, British black gay comic Stephen K Amos will be celebrating half a century of gay comedy

Love at Mr Gay World

Gay Star News speaks to Ansh Das about his book telling his own tragic love story, starting at Mr Gay World 2011 in Manila

TOWIE’s Bobby on boyfriends, tans and Charlie

Bromance or romance? Bobby Norris spills the beans on his friendship with Charlie in UK reality show The Only Way Is Essex

How a bloodied gay activist turned hate into pride

Italian gay activist Guido Allegrezza was beaten in Rome two weeks ago. Now he’s gone online with the pictures of his recovery

Cancer inspires a gay man to screen women

Gay Justen Schafer tells his story of surviving testicular and colorectal cancer and why he now runs a charity screening women for the disease

Sports massage: Yes it hurts, yes it works

Matthew Jenkin grits his teeth and wishes for scented candles and whale music for a painful, but essential, sports massage during his Olympic body challenge

Living with pride on an island

Sardinia is going to celebrate its first LGBT Pride ever, but it’s not only glory and happiness

Gay rights uniting old enemies in Latin America

We speak to campaigners in Chile and Peru, two countries with historical cultural tensions fighting for the same equal rights

Chennai Pride is non-corporate and inclusive

Chennai Pride in India this month spurns corporate sponsorship and works to include all socio-economic groups

Olympic legend Greg Louganis talks to Gay Star News about mentoring young divers

Four-time Gold Medalist tells Olympic hopefuls: ‘Everybody there wants to see you succeed’