What does Pride mean to you? This is the question that our friends at Wales’ largest LGBTQ+ charity are asking ahead of their online Big Week which kicks off on 24th August.
Twelve of the last surviving activists from the London Gay Liberation Front marched in London on Saturday 27 June to celebrate the 50th anniversary of GLF.
In honour of the LGBTQ+ community, TikTok is launching a series of events to celebrate Pride.
A year after first introducing the Orientation feature, which allows members to identify and prioritise their sexual orientation, Tinder is now expanding the feature globally.
On Thursday June 25th, the Queer Artists And Drag Queens’ City Takeover will take place in Tel Aviv, during which over 100 drag queens and queer artists will take over the city’s streets in honour of Pride Month. Throughout the day, live shows will surprise passers-by in central locations around the city, including open Continue Reading
London Dance Academy are coming together with Toad Motion and Fabulous Beyond Productions to support their expansive LGBTQ+ community by hosting an online Pride festival, in honour of our diverse community of artists.
myGwork, is launching its first global online five-day conference ‘WorkPride’ in place of postponed or cancelled flagship LBGTQ+ events including Pride.
This year will be all about supporting each other as a community. The Pride In London team launched this year’s theme for Pride at a lovely event gathering various amazing people within the LGBTQ+ community in London. Watch the official Pride In London video to discover this year’s theme: For more Continue Reading
Read our weekly round-up of some of our favourite UK-based queer influencers. We keep you updated every Friday with the best social media content you might have missed. Here is the queer content you need to see from this week: Andrea Ferrando, a London-based traveller, couldn’t wait for his next trip Continue Reading
Last Saturday, people identifying as LGBTQ+ and their allies marched at the very first Pride in the Polish city of Bialystok. What was meant to be a beautiful tribute to love and acceptance ended up in violence and fear. Soccer hooligans and conservative campaigners organised a brutal counter-protest, with some people Continue Reading