The Top 100 is the UK’s leading list ranking employers from across public, private and third sectors on how inclusive their workplaces are and is intensely competitive – with this year seeing more entrants than ever.Read More
International law firm Pinsent Masons has been named the most inclusive employer in the UK, while higher education organisations dominate the list with 18 entries (more than any other sector). by lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality charity Stonewall in its Top 100 Employers list for 2019.Read More
Amsterdam is celebrating Pride by putting male sex workers in the red light district windows to help highlight an important cause. It’s not only a much celebrated display of the city’s acceptance of queer sexuality,Read More
The most colourful, inclusive party in town is set to return to Swindon once again after taking a break last year. The LQBTQ festival will be staged in Old Town on Saturday 10th August for its 11th year.Read More
After giving up their rainbow in 2018 to support Pride, Skittles are now supporting Switchboard, the LGBTI helpline service in the UK.Read More
The Taoiseach (prime minister) of the Republic of Ireland made an unexpected visit to Northern Ireland for Belfast’s annual Pride celebrations yesterday.
On Twitter, he wrote: “Biggest march in Northern Ireland is not orange or green, it’s rainbow coloured. This is NI at its best. Best of Britishness and Irishness.”
Until recently, Ben Bagshaw and Ryan Clay were not planning to get married, but this weekend they will be tying the knot at an unconventional wedding venue.
The couple won a unique competition and their prize is an all-expenses paid wedding, that will be conducted by TV presenter Anna Richardson, at Victoria Leeds, later today.