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UK Gay Pride Events 2016

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Find all the Gay Pride events throughout the UK in 2016 right here!


30thWinter Pride


5thStudent Gay Pride

27thScunthorpe’s LGBT Night – The Bridge Hotel



15thWinter Pride Art Awards

29thOut For The Weekend Event – Croyde Bay, Devon

30thSwansea Pride


7thExeter Pride

27thBurnley Pride

28thBirmingham Pride

28th Bradford Pride (alternative event at Odsal Stadium)

30thDurham Pride

31stWorthing Pride


4thOxford Pride

11thBlackpool Pride

11thGloucestershire Pride

11th – Canterbury Pride

18thCoventry Pride

18th – York Pride

18th – Portsmouth Pride

25th– Dublin Pride

25thLondon Pride

26thUK Black Pride


2nd– North Wales Pride

2nd – Exmouth Pride

8thBourne Free Pride Festival (Bournemouth)

8thSparkle – The National Transgender Celebration (Manchester)

9thBristol Pride

9thEssex Pride

10thWorksop Pride

15thNewcastle Pride

16thHull Pride

16thRotherham Pride

16thStoke on Trent Pride

22ndBrighton Trans Pride

23rd – Pride Diversity Games (Brighton)

23rdLuton Pride

24thChesterfield Pride

30thWeston Super Mare Pride

30thLiverpool Pride

30thNorwich Pride

30thNottingham Pride

30thSheffield Pride

30th – Hereford Pride

31st – Brighton Dog Pride


5thFamily Pride (Staffordshire)

6thBelfast Pride

6thBrighton Pride & Brighton Pride Street Party

6thLeeds Pride

13thCymru Pride

13th – Plymouth Pride

13th – Margate Pride

17thQueer Spirit Festival (Thoulstone Park – August Full Moon)

17th – Cumbria Pride

20thSwindon & Wiltshire Pride

20th – Warwickshire Pride

20th – Doncaster Pride

20thGlasgow Pride

21st – Gospride

22nd – Foyle Pride

26thManchester Pride

27thWalsall Pride

27th – Cornwall Pride


3rdTotnes Pride

3rd – Leicester Pride

3rdReading Pride

3rdHerts Pride

10th – Channel Islands Pride

20thDrag Ball UK (Blackpool)

23rd – Bolton Pride

24th – Lincoln Pride

24thPreston Pride


1stChester Pride

7th – UK Leather Pride (Bristol)



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6 Of The Best Gay Bars In London



Looking for gay bars in London? Try some of our favourites!



One of the longest-running gay bars in Europe, Heaven hosts G-A-Y dance parties as well as many other very popular themed nights.
One main attraction of Heaven is the fact that it is central London’s only one thousand capacity venue for live music, which understandably attracts a wide range of clientele.
Playing host to huge artists such as Kylie Minogue and One Direction means there’s something for everyone at Heaven.
Under The Arches, Villiers Street, London, WC2N 6NG


Rupert Street

Rupert Street is a gay cocktail bar in the heart of Soho able to cater for your every need.
There’s an extensive cocktail menu to choose from with 2-4-1 every Monday (12-8pm), and a fabulous food menu with food being served daily (12-6pm).
Rupert Street livens up on Friday and Saturday nights with DJs playing a mixture of tunes to get your weekend underway.
50 Rupert Street, Soho, London, W1D 6DR


The Village

The first of its kind to open in Soho, The Village is a well-established bar that offers something for everyone.
Spread out over three floors, there’s a café bar on the ground floor which is open for food during the day, an upstairs dance floor which plays brilliant modern tracks for you to dance the night away to, or you can head upstairs to the new luxurious cocktail lounge for a more relaxed evening.
There’s often a selection of live entertainment and late night karaoke and with happy hour from 5-9pm every night to whet your appetite, you won’t want to miss out.
81 Wardour Street, London, W1D 6QD


Royal Vauxhall Tavern

Located in the heart of Vauxhall and housed in a building constructed in 1863, RVT is known for its unique cabaret, DJ sets, and performances from well-known artists, as well as comedy acts, bingo and club nights seven days a week.
Every Saturday plays host to ‘Duckie’, a disco cabaret night which is the crowning glory of RVT.
Having been featured in a number of films, including the recent ‘Pride’, RVT is somewhere you want to be seen.
372 Kennington Lane, London, SE11 5HY


The Shadow Lounge

Known as Soho’s biggest secret, The Shadow Lounge is an exclusive and sophisticated gay members club that flaunts the most eclectic mix of entertainment you could hope for.
Boasting one of the best party atmospheres in London, with regular appearances from well-known DJs and a huge selection of themed nights, there’s absolutely something for everyone here.
Known for attracting celebrities and high profile clientele, The Shadow Lounge is the place to be.
5-7 Brewer Street, London, W1F 0RF



Covering three floors, with a capacity of 500 and open 7 days a week, Ku has something for everyone.
With its exclusive Champagne bar and DJs every night, you’re sure to impress your date if you take them here!
There are walls of flat screen TVs playing all the latest music videos and Ku’s signature ‘sexy images and arty videos’.
Ku also has a cocktail bar in the heart of Soho, so whether you’re headed for a drink after work or want to party the night away, there is sure to be something that takes your fancy in one of the venues.
30 Lisle Street, London, WC2H 7BA


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Gay marriage bill: Lords to debate ‘wrecking amendment’

A “wrecking amendment” which seeks to derail the gay marriage bill will be debated in the House of Lords later.

The Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill for England and Wales would allow couples, who can currently form civil partnerships, to marry. Religious organisations would have to “opt in” to offering weddings, with the Church of England and Church in Wales being banned in law from doing so.

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Ministers believe that allowing same-sex couples to marry will strengthen marriage as an institution.

Last week, former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey warned same-sex marriage would set a “dangerous precedent” which could lead to sibling marriage or polygamy. In an article for think tank Civitas, he said did not want to be “alarmist”, but said it could logically be extended to “say, two sisters bringing up children together” or “multiple relationships, such as two women and one man”.

“Ultimately, the proposed legalisation of same-sex marriage represents a paradigm shift in our understanding of marriage,” he said.

Mr Cameron hopes the bill will become law soon and that the first ceremonies can take place by next summer.

The Scottish government has confirmed it will introduce a bill shortly to allow same-sex marriage.

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Splits expected as MPs prepare to debate gay marriage

Splits expected as MPs prepare to debate gay marriage;

Plans to legalise same-sex marriage in England and Wales return to the Commons later, amid continuing opposition from some Conservative activists and MPs.

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The Marriage Bill was approved by a 225-vote majority when it was last debated by MPs in February, but nearly half of all Tories voted against it and many party activists remain deeply opposed to it in principle. Some critics have tabled an amendment saying heterosexual couples should be able to have civil partnerships.

But ministers call this a “complicated distraction” which may delay the bill.

David Cameron has said the bill would help build a stronger and fairer society, and the bill also has the backing of the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour Leader Ed Miliband.

Far from being a wrecking measure, some of the strongest support for my amendment to extend civil partnerships comes from the biggest supporters of same-sex marriage in the Labour and Lib Dem parties” – Tim Loughton MP

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NBA player Jason Collins comes out as gay

NBA player Jason Collins comes out as gay, the first active male athlete in a major American professional team sport to do so.

 He announced “I’m a 34-year-old NBA center. I’m black. And I’m gay.”

President Barack Obama and the sportswear company ‘Nike’ were 2 among many of those expressing public support towards Jason’s news. On Monday, Mr Obama, who last year announced his support for gay marriage, called Collins to tell him he was impressed with his courage and offer his support, the White House said.

His daughter, Chelsea, who knew Collins when they were both students at California’s Stanford University, tweeted: “Very proud of my friend Jason Collins for having the strength and courage to be the first openly gay player in the NBA.”

In the Sports Illustrated article, Collins, who has most recently played for the Washington Wizards and the Boston Celtics, said:

“I didn’t set out to be the first openly gay athlete playing in a major American team sport. But since I am, I’m happy to start the conversation. I wish I wasn’t the kid in the classroom raising his hand and saying, ‘I’m different.’ If I had my way, someone else would have already done this. Nobody has, which is why I’m raising my hand.”

Collins, who has played 11 seasons in the NBA with six teams and is not currently attached to a team, said he had tried to suppress his feelings through relationships with women.

“When I was younger I dated women. I even got engaged,” he said. “I thought I had to live a certain way. I thought I needed to marry a woman and raise kids with her. I kept telling myself the sky was red, but I always knew it was blue.”

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New Zealand legalises same-sex marriage!

New Zealand’s parliament has legalised same-sex marriage, the first country in the Asia-Pacific region to do so.

Despite opposition from Christian lobby groups, lawmakers have approved the bill, amending the 1995 marriage act! The bill passed with a huge majority, 77 votes in favour compared to the 44 votes against. Hundreds of gay rights advocates celebrated outside parliament after the bill was passed, they called it a milestone for equality. (The image above shows people gathering in bars and clubs to celebrate the results.)

People watching from the public gallery and some lawmakers immediately broke into song, singing the New Zealand love song “Pokarekare Ana”, AP news agency reported.

Labour MP Louisa Wall, who introduced the legislation, said. – “In our society, the meaning of marriage is universal – it’s a declaration of love and commitment to a special person.” “Nothing could make me more proud to be a New Zealander than passing this bill,” she added.

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Is Eastenders actor David Witts gay?

Is Eastenders actor David Witts gay?

EastEnders star David Witts who recently posed in a shoot for Attitude magazine says that he would be happy if his character Joey Branning turned out to be gay – but he thinks it’s unlikely.

“I think it’s very unlikely that he will end up gay. But if he did, that would be fine,” he said. “I’m not opposed to it. I’ve played gay before.”

David was recently named ‘Sexiest Male’ at the soap awards, but are they referring to him or his Eastenders character Joey Branning?

“I get called gay all the time. You type ‘David Witts’ into Google and the suggested third word is gay. I’m like, ‘No! He’s not gay!’ But because he’s nice, and he’s not like his character, he must be gay. No! Broaden your mind a touch.”

Witts, who is heterosexual, also described himself as “a little more awkward” than his “dick” of a character, but said that he is not opposed to stripping off more on EastEnders if the producers requires it.”

So decide for yourself! Is David Witts gay?

Read the full interview in the new issue of Attitude, out now;



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Useful Tips When Meeting Guys on Gay Chat Lines

Joining a gay chat line is a very convenient and effective way to find a gay partner. It allows you to have conversations with gay men from all over the world, find out about their personalities and interests, and arrange dates with them. However, you should be aware that there are dishonest and dangerous people who frequent gay chat lines to take advantage of unsuspecting gay people. As such, it is essential that you take certain measures to keep yourself safe. Here are a number of safety tips for chatting with gay men on gay chat lines:

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Take It Slow

It is important that you do not get into a serious relationship too soon. Spend some time to get to know your potential partners first and look out for inconsistencies and odd behavior. Rely on your instincts. If someone makes you feel uncomfortable, you should just remove him from your list of contacts.

Protect Your Identity

It is best that you join a gay chat line does not require you to reveal too much personal information and provides a high level of confidentiality. When you are chatting with your contacts, make sure that you do not share important information such as social security number, bank account number, and credit card number. If anyone tries to pressure you into disclosing such information, you should stop contacting him immediately.

Check His Background

Before you decide to meet or start a serious relationship with someone, you should perform a background check on him first. Ask him questions about his life and background, and do research on the Internet. You can also get advice from other members of the chat line who know him.

Meet Only When You are Ready

Do not get pressured into meeting with someone. You should only arrange a meeting when you feel that you are ready. Avoid meeting guys who have been dishonest with you or shown inappropriate behavior.

Look Out for Red Flags

When you are communicating with gay men on chat lines, you should pay attention to displays of frustration, anger, or attempts to manipulate or pressure you. Also, avoid communicating with people who show passive-aggressive behavior or make disrespectful or demeaning comments.

Meet in a Safe Place

When you finally decide to meet a potential love interest in person, you should choose a safe meeting place. The best meeting place will be a familiar public place such as a coffee shop or restaurant that you visit regularly. Before you leave for the meeting, let a friend know where you will be meeting your date and when you will be going home. Also, give your date’s telephone number to your friend.

Leave if You Feel Unsafe

If your date starts to behave in a way that makes you feel unsafe, you should try to leave immediately. If you are confused and do not know what to do, call a friend to get advice, seek help from someone at the scene, or just leave. You should not feel embarrassed about leaving, because your safety is more important than your date’s opinion of you.