Classics professor Mary Beard said she had not ‘signed up to an attack on the trans community’
As the Sochi games approach, Lush stores around the world will be running a Valentine’s campaign in defence of equal love
Magistrate orders that the charges be dropped and that the former computer analyst be deported from the east African country on the basis that his visa has expired
The latest attempt to make a citizen's arrest on Tony Blair is saluted by campaigner Peter Tatchell, who was beaten unconscious in his attempt to apprehend President Mugabe
Conspiracy theorist says new station will 'give people who are currently voiceless in the mainstream media their say'
The 65-year-old from Kent faces ‘mob vigilantism’ and death threats after film of him having sex with another man were stolen from his home
Gay activists attacked and arrested for protesting against bill that will ban ‘homosexual propaganda’ aimed at young people
It is their intention to show he was acting out of a sense of duty in the hope of alerting Americans to what was being done in their names in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars
In a world where those who never dare to question the status quo seem to prosper most, the Contrarian Prize recognises this nation's heroes of conscience
The ambushing of the Prime Minister with the names of rumoured Tory paedophiles by the ITV presenter Phillip Schofield has generated more than 100 viewer complaints to Ofcom.
Rights activists in Azerbaijan are hoping for support this evening
Outright bigotry is in retreat, but a substantial chunk of the population still has a problem
They met over tea and biscuits in a fifth-floor boardroom at New Scotland Yard, overlooked by portraits of the Queen and the Queen Mother. On one side of the table was the Most Reverend Peter Smith, Archbishop of Southwark – one of the most senior Catholic clergymen in the country.
Helena Pozniak looks at a movement that involved changing society rather than adapting to it
The coalition Government is due to formally commit to its gay rights agenda tomorrow with the Conservatives' first ever Downing Street party for Britain's gay community.
Provocative, unpredictable and uncompromising, Peter Tatchell has made many enemies over the 20 years he has campaigned for gay rights. But he tells Patrick Strudwick why he'll never stop fighting