Up to 200,000 people are expected to take part in this weekend's Pride in Brighton and Hove. The event - celebrating the LGBT community - is in its 25th year and predicted to be the biggest yet.
But for one couple it marks a very special personal milestone too. 92 year old David Montague has chosen this weekend to marry his long-term partner. Malcolm Shaw has been to meet them.
A poster campaign has gone up in Brighton and Hove as part of LGBT History Month.
The outdoor exhibition Not Going Shopping features 11 people, photographed over the last six months for the Queer In Brighton project.
It's among dozens of events taking place in the city celebrating and promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality.
We spoke to artist Anthony Luvera and subject Luc Raesmith.
The first event of its kind to celebrate Lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender young people and their families has been held in Brighton. Hundreds turned out to the tea party and prom organised by the the charity Allsorts.
Our reporter Charlotte Wilkins went along. She spoke to Lucas Abedecian and Stephen Murtagh from the charity and Jess Wood, the Project Director and Founder.
VIDEO: A man who visited his GP to discuss his sexuality says more help is needed for the gay community after he was sent away with anti-depressants.
More than three hundred people have attended a conference in Canterbury to highlight health issues affecting lesbian, gay, bi-sexual and transgender people. Shadow Health Minister Diane Abbott was the main speaker at the Summit at the University of Kent. Here's Dr Greg Ussher.
Highlights from the Brighton Pride 2012 parade (no commentary)