How Camden is Getting Round Council Cuts
The London borough of Camden is to become the first London borough to build homes to sell under its own name.
My Husband's Not Gay Gets Axed
A new reality TV show by TLC, My Husband's Not Gay, due to be aired on Sunday, has been pulled after gay rights advocates said the show would harm many young LGBT people.
I Don't Know What I'd Do: Homeless At Christmas
"I don't know what I'd do..." Celebrities including Duncan James, Dan Gillespie Sells, Heather Peace, Sophie Ward and Lucy Spraggan talk about how they would react if their family rejected them after coming out, as part of the annual Winter Appeal for the Albert Kennedy Trust.
The Trust was created to provide accommodation, advocacy, mentoring and support for LGBT young people aged 16-25, who are either homeless, at risk of homelessness or severely at risk in their home environment, just for being brave enough to come out.
Studs, Heels & Heaven
On Friday 8 May, the King's Cross Rugby Steelers, Rugby Union's oldest gay and bisexual rugby team, put on an epic two-show event at Heaven nightclub, featuring the best of the Kings Cross Steelers' talent. The show included drag, violin solos, comedy performances... and even a little nudity.
Slovenia Legalises Gay Marriage
Slovenia announced the legalisation of same-sex marriages this week and become one of the first Central European countries to achieve marriage equality.