Fifty years after the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales, a former serviceman — once jailed for being gay — accepts an award on behalf of all those who suffered when their sexuality was against the law
After fleeing horrific abuse in Nigeria and seeking sanctuary in Britain, one asylum seeker hit the headlines when she was accused of lying about being a lesbian and had her application rejected. Now she is a vocal critic of the system and helps other queer applicants.
Despite suffering setback after setback on her journey to become the person she was meant to be, Pride Award-winner Natalie Scott hasn’t lost her zest for life or her desire to help others.
In between interviewing the likes of Madonna and Prince William, the award-winning former editor of Attitude found time to write a play and a vitally important book on growing up gay and mental health
Homosexuality is a taboo subject to many conservative Sikh Punjabis; ignored and misunderstood. But after years of depression and struggling with his true self, one man decided to change all that.
The BBC refused an invitation to help recognise members of Lesbians Against the Clause at the Attitude Pride Awards on Friday.
Clause 28 was such a divisive piece of legislation that a group of lesbians protested against it by abseiling into the House of Lords as it was being debated. Then, the night before it became law, four others invaded a live BBC TV news broadcast
Martyn’s love of pop culture attracted so many to follow him on social media.