Who really is the best on gay rights?

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past few weeks, you’ll know that tomorrow (May 6th) is the UK general election, and it’s bound to be one of the most exciting election battles fought in decades. I have already postal voted in both the Parliamentary and local elections, and have remained with the […]

Stand up and be counted…

In 2011, the Office of National Statistics will be conducting a national census to profile the population of the United Kingdom. According to current plans, the census will not include any questions on sexual identity. The Equalities & Human Rights Commission is calling for the inclusion of a question on sexual orientation to measure, for […]

No To Hate!

I just wanted to give mention to the No To Hate vigil that happened in Trafalgar Square, London on 30th October 2009. Unfortunately, I had to get home on Friday evening, though as I was late home from work, I only missed this by about an hour (I often pass through Trafalgar Square). On reflection, […]

Harvey Milk receives posthumous top US award

I must say, I am VERY pleased to hear about Harvey Milk (and the other recipients) receiving the Presidential Medal of Freedom over in the US, especially having just recently sat down to watch the 2008 film, Milk, and my current obsession with learning all about him. Definitely well deserved in my opinion, and just […]