Day: 6 September 2014

  • Janoskians Would Top The Vamps

    For sure, The Janoskians, a prankster group from Australia have said that they’d happily date The Vamps – and show them a good time! If you look online gay fan fiction created by girls is rife – and the Janoskians, who have their single That’s What She Said out today, have their fair share of […]

  • REVIEW: Xlsior Mykonos

    The recovery time has been and gone, and now is a good time to reflect on the party festival that was Xlsior Mykonos.

  • Premier League And Paddy Power Go Gay With Rainbow Football Laces

    Rainbow Laces campaign asks players to lace up for weekend of 13/14 September. Stonewall, joining forces with the Gay Football Supporters’ Network (GFSN) and Paddy Power, has sent rainbow laces to every professional club and footballer in Britain to show support for gay players and fans. The campaign has official backing from the Premier League […]

  • Madame is back and wants you as a new recruit

    Jump Start Madame’s Comeback tour! The sassy, outspoken and loveable “old broad” is calling on all her fans, old and young, to rally around and get her back ON TOP where she belongs. Do YOUR part and Go to her Indiegogo page at then pick a “thank you” level; make sure you check out […]

  • Gay Artist Channels Hate Crime Into New Exhibit

    An artist who was homophobically beaten is set to open an art exhibition in October. In 2008 Andrew Salgado and his partner were attacked in a hate crime. Since then his art has become a political catalyst, evolving his vision of masculine identity. His work is so admired he has amassed over 180,000 Facebook fans. […]

  • Rainbow Jews seek crowd funding for its work

    Liberal Judaism’s ground-breaking LGBT history project Rainbow Jews is looking to raise at least £5,000 via online crowdfunding to continue its great work. During the last two years, this unique volunteer-led initiative has amassed more than 40 personal testimonies from British LGBT Jews; exploring the struggles, changes and issues experienced by the community from the […]