This singer hid being in love with his bandmate for years – then this happened

EXCLUSIVE: ‘”I don’t want this to ruin our friendship, but…”‘ Cub Sport star Tim Nelson shares his beautiful – and very unusual – coming out story

Truvada (PrEP) is used to prevent HIV infection
There’s a new way to take PrEP, but is it right for you?

PrEPster’s Dr Will Nutland gives the 101 on 2+1+1 PrEP

Brighton Pride bus football out-2
This is why all of the gay footballers are choosing not to come out

The Gay Footballer may or may not have been a hoax. But, either way, it amplifies a larger problem in football

Lana Del Rey at Latitude Festival review

A sophisticated set heavy on Born to Die bombast, with a rocky Off To The Races proving an effective set climax

‘Stripping in drag made me fall in love with my fat body’

OPINION: Diary of a Drag Queen author Crystal Rasmussen on how stripping on stage cured them of their internalized fat-phobia

racist Rev Irene Monroe leading worship in the summer of 2018.
Lesbian reverend takes aim at Donald Trump’s racist tweets

Oprah’s magazine described Rev Irene Monroe as ‘a phenomenal woman who has succeeded against all odds’

If we want realistic bisexuals on screen, let’s start with the closeted ones

OPINION: About 90% of bi men are closeted, so why not be realistic when depicting them?

Kyle Taylor, Director of campaigning group, Hacked Off
UK newspapers need to deal with facts not falsehoods on trans issues

OPINION: Kyle Taylor of Hacked Off says UK media coverage of trans issues points to a failure on the part of British newspaper regulator, IPSO

Alan Turing on the £50 note
Why putting Alan Turing on a banknote is something to celebrate

OPINION: Amid disarray over Brexit, putting maths genius Alan Turing on a banknote is an example of the British establishment doing something right

Meena Chander, is the Founder of LGBTQ diversity and inclusion conference This Is Us | Picture: Supplied
Is your company doing all these things to support its LGBTI staff?

OPINION: Meena Chander says that companies need to show support for their LGBTI staff all year round – not just during Pride season

'Woke' by Titania McGrath aka Andrew Doyle
I read ‘Woke’ by Titania McGrath and could not possibly roll my eyes any harder

OPINION/REVIEW: If you want to read a book of tired satire by a disgruntled white guy, look no further!

Why we need UK Black Pride and why it was so amazing

‘We hope you all feel the love UK Black Pride has for you’

A woman smoking medical marijuana
This is why you need to stop shaming my medical marijuana use

More and more LGBTI people are exploring legal weed, like cannabis bath bombs and other CBD products

Lewis Oakley wears a bisexual t-shirt at Pride in London | Photo: Supplied
Gay men were biphobic at Pride: this needs to stop

Why is biphobia happening at a Pride event, of all places?

Suresh Ramdas became Mr Gay World India earlier in 2019
How I overcame prejudice and stigma to become Mr Gay India

Suresh Ramdas, based in Bangalore, won the 2019 Mr Gay World India title and now devotes himself to raising awareness around LGBTI issues in India

Creators should make more LGBTI-inclusive art, and we should support those who do, like Neil Gaiman with Good Omens
LGBTI fans: Stop harassing creators who are on our side

OPINION: Neil Gaiman’s response to an angry fan was classy, but it also highlighted a bigger problem

Rev. Jide Macaulay
The gay cleric who made me think again about the church

OPINION: Documentary maker Cherish Oteka on why she made her new film, Too Gay For God? and the Reverend Jide Macaulay

Heezy Yang as his drag alter ego, Hurricane Kimchi
Why I became a drag activist in South Korea

Ahead of his first London show, Heezy Yang on growing up gay in South Korea and using drag and art to change attitudes towards LGBTI people

Lewis Oakley is fighting for bi visibility | Photo: Supplied
Bisexual men are often made to feel like they’re not bi enough

Lewis Oakley is here with some tips if you feel like you’re not ‘bisexual’ enough for the world

From the macho society of Peru to a Taiwanese army camp: a QPOC story

‘I’d dreaded the moment all my life’: How obligatory Taiwanese army training with 86 other cadets led singer Jake Frost to come out

Chris Cummings is the Chief Executive of the Investment Association | Photo: IA
Why your place of work should be LGBTI-friendly all year, not just for Pride

CEO Chris Cummings believes you can’t just talk about LGBTI-inclusion, you have to act on it

Khakan Qureshi is a gay, Muslim
Why LGBTI people should consider reading the Qu’ran

OPINION: Khakan Qureshi, a gay Muslim, says having a knowledge of Islam can help counter arguments against gay, bisexual and transgender rights

‘I found hope’: How coming out helped this gay singer confront mental illness

OPINION: ‘No matter how dark the world may seem, there’s beauty to be found’ Leon Else, a survivor of abuse, shares his moving personal story

Pink at Wembley Stadium, London review: ‘Puts her peers in the shade’

Daring physical performance and a discography packed with instantly recognizable party songs – what more can you ask from a pop gig?

What does Stonewall tell us about LGBTI activism today?

OPINION: When and where will the next Stonewall-like uprising take place, what will it look like in the digital age – and are we ready?

We have published 50 articles by 50 voices around the world | Photo: Supplied
Stonewall 50: Fifty LGBTI people on how Stonewall changed the world

Read 50 articles about Stonewall by diverse voices around the world.  All discuss the past, present and future of our struggle for love and liberation

A previous protest where an activist flew a rainbow flag at the pyramids in Giza.
50 years after Stonewall, nothing has changed for LGBTIs in Egypt

Stonewall 50: Is there a way Egypt can still have its Stonewall moment?

Men Talk Health at Pride Glasgow | Photo: Supplied
Glasgow, remember the Stonewall riots was not an ‘official Pride’ either

OPINION: Don’t worry, Glasgow will still have a Pride. And in some ways, it may have more of the soul of the original Stonewall than most

Why this gay curator’s spotlighting non-Western LGBTI film

‘In a golden era of queer film, voices from Asia, Africa and Latin America remain unheard’ writes Alex Davidson

Companies keep celebrating Pride - but how does a rainbow logo benefit LGBTI people? | Photo: Queer Culture
Companies can’t just have a rainbow logo next year: they must do more

Does a rainbow logo actually help anyone? Or is it time we demanded more from companies wanting our money?