After three bans in a row since 2011, a Pride March is scheduled to take place in Belgrade this Sunday. From the European Parliament, Belgrade Pride slogan Terry Reintke MEP will march along for equality and human rights.
TOP local acts taking part in Middlesbrough Live are buzzing about the opportunity to play at the all-day fiesta of music on Saturday, September 27.
Stonewall today announces the first round of nominees for the ninth annual Stonewall Awards taking place on Thursday 6 November at the V&A. The Awards, supported by Bloomberg, E.ON, Google, Paddy Power and State Street, celebrate the positive contribution of individuals and organisations to improving the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people.
Britain’s Got Talent star La Voix can’t wait for her first big gig back on Teesside – 16 years after leaving Stockton for the bright lights of London.
Scottish singer-songwriter Kerri Watt releases her addictive first single, ‘Who’s Lovin’ Me Now?’- The title track from her debut EP, out 29th September on 25 Hour Convenience Store – the newly re-launched record label from The Libertines drummer Gary Powell.
Written for brainiacs, but also fascinating to laypeople, Male Sex Work and Society (Harrington Park Press, distributed by Columbia University Press), edited by Victor Minichiello and John Scott,is a collection of revealing essays and studies that explores male sex work from a rich array of perspectives and disciplines.
Leading Irish companies met today for the first time to discuss how they can support transgender employees in their workplaces. The seminar “Creating Transgender Inclusive Workplaces” is jointly organised by GLEN Diversity Champions programme and Transgender Equality Network Ireland (TENI).
A short film, Wonderkid, about a young footballer coming to terms with his sexuality and searching for acceptance, in a homophobic environment.
The sexy five piece, Kingsland Road , landed on the X-Factor, where they captured the hearts of countless fans and now you can see them at Middlesbrough Community Pride 2014.
Against a global background of rising Islamist militancy a new mosque where gay people are welcome, Christians too, and women are treated equally to men opened peacefully in Cape Town on Friday despite threats of violence.