The UK's first LGBT centre in Manchester is to be demolished to make way for better facilities.Read the full story ›
New government guidance is being introduced from September, which will see children learn about relationships from the age of four.Read the full story ›
Non-League side Altrincham will make football history this weekend (February 16th) when players wear a rainbow- coloured kit based on the LGBT flag.
Their usual red and white stripes are being ditched for their home game against Bradford Park Avenue.
It's all part of the fight against homophobia in the sport.
Goalkeeper Andrew Jones says the move is long overdue.
A man has gained widespread attention on social media, after responding with "glitter activism".Read the full story ›
A law banning "the promotion of homosexuality" left a generation of LGBT+ people more vulnerable to social isolation-a charity has warned.Read the full story ›
Rt Rev Paul Bayes says the motion shows the world that the Church of England does not see homosexuality as a crime.Read the full story ›
A charity that was founded in Manchester and was one of the first LGBT charities in the world welcomed global superstar Lady Gaga yesterday.Read the full story ›
Greater Manchester Police will become the first UK force to record domestic abuse in the LGBT community separately from heterosexual cases.Read the full story ›
Pop superstar Lady Gaga interrupted her gig at the Manchester phones4u arena on Tuesday to let a man propose to his boyfriend on stage.
In the middle of her packed out show she called her friend 'Shaun' up onto stage so that he could ask his boyfriend 'Jay' to marry him.
She then went on to sing the newly engaged couple a special version of her hit-single Born this way.
Lady Gaga has always been a vocal advocate of gay rights.
Wether you are young or old or in the middle, if you are gay hold your head up high and be proud.
If anybody here is uncomfortable with this conversation they should probably go... Because they're on the wrong side of history.
Love conquers all things.
A web app for reporting hate crime against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people is being rolled out across Greater Manchester.
Darren Knight from the Lesbian and Gay Foundation says the app, which launches on May 17th, will allow people to report incidents quickly and confidentially.