By The Gay UK, Apr 1 2015 09:59AM
Blond thirty-something year old Ingrid has lost her sight abruptly to an undiagnosed condition and now, depressed and unsettled, she just whiles away in the stark white high-rise apartment in Oslo that she shares with Morton her architect husband.
By The Gay UK, Mar 31 2015 05:23PM
Today is Trans Visibility day and the creators of Sacred Country an adaptation of the best selling novel by Rose Tremain that tells the story of Mary Ward, celebrate nearly 50% funding.
By The Gay UK, Mar 31 2015 02:01PM
The BFI Flare London LGBT Film Festival has unfortunately come to a close after a highly successful nine days of films and events. It was perhaps the best festival in a long time. Tim Baros takes us through the highlights:
By The Gay UK, Mar 31 2015 12:13PM
The Foreign office has confirmed that LGBT brits can now marry at 24 British consulated in 24 countries around the world.
By The Gay UK, Mar 31 2015 11:38AM
The former MP and now Conservative hopeful for Peterborough, Stewart Jackson, who voted against the same-sex marriage act, has allegedly sent a response to a constituent, asking her to never bother him again after learning that she is in a same-sex marriage.
By The Gay UK, Mar 30 2015 07:36PM
Same Sex Ballroom for Beginners with special guest performances from X Factor runner up Marcus Collins & West End Star Ricky Rojas at Wilton’s Music Hall, London.
By The Gay UK, Mar 30 2015 06:05PM
You won't quite believe the new look, but X FACTOR legend Johnny Robinson has just debuted his new music video.
By The Gay UK, Mar 30 2015 02:17PM
For the first time in its history the winner of The Voice UK will release their debut single immediately after the live final, following in the footsteps of the X Factor.
By The Gay UK, Mar 30 2015 11:17AM
A nine-year-old apparently wrote an acceptance letter to her "great, amazing, brilliant and brave" teacher who shared with his class that he was getting married to a man.
By The Gay UK, Mar 30 2015 09:58AM
When 64 year-old Grace thinks that she sees the ghost of her first husband in London’s; she fears for her sanity and worries that she’s having another breakdown. Her memories of her first marriage flood back; from 1950s Blackpool to the dark reality of a violent marriage and a spell in an institution.
Anti-gay marriage MP tells gay voter not to bother contacting him again