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PTT Patron, former MEP Michael Cashman elevated to House of Lords

Michael Cashman — a patron of the UK's Pink Triangle Trust, former Labour MEP and one-time British soap actor — is to be made a Lord, it has emerged.

Pink Triangle Trust concerned by homophobic school bullying

The gay Humanist charity, the Pink Triangle Trust (PTT), Britain’s sole independent gay humanist organisation, has added its voice to the growing concerns of the scale of homophobic bullying towards gay students in British schools.

Father of computer science Alan Turing born 100 years ago today

Alan Turing, the mathematician, cryptanalyst, logician and computer scientist who was hounded by the British establishment for being gay, was born exactly 100 years ago today. To mark the occasion, a number of events are taking place.

Leading atheist slams cardinal over views on same-sex marriage

George Broadhead of the UK gay humanist charity the Pink Triangle Trust (PTT) has criticised Cardinal Keith O’Brien’s condemnation of gay marriage, calling the cardinal’s pronouncement predictable and bizarre.

PTT dismisses Cardinal's 'anti-secularist, anti-gay' sermon

A secular charity has accused the head of the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland, Cardinal Keith O’Brian, of trying to outdo Pope Benedict XVI in his attacks on secularism and gay rights.

Disbelief at transfer of services from secular to religious body

Richmond - The Pink Triangle Trust has expressed outrage and disbelief at a decision by Richmond Council to award a contract for counselling services to a Roman Catholic charity instead of to a long-established secular one.

Gay humanist charity welcomes Queen’s support for unbelievers

A UK gay charity, the Pink triangle Trust, has welcomed HM Queen Elizabeth II’s recognition that people don’t need faith in order to lead moral lives and to contribute positively to society.

Pope condemned over latest ‘gay marriage’ attack

A gay humanist charity has robustly criticised Pope Benedict after he said gay marriage was “insidious and dangerous”. He made the remarks during his four-day visit to Portugal.

Founding father of gay rights in the UK dies

One of the founding fathers of the fight for gay equality in Britain, Antony Grey, has died. He was 82. He had been suffering from leukaemia for some years and died in King Edward VII Hospital in London.

Iran must remain out of UN, say activists

The world’s largest humanist organization and the only gay humanist charity are part of a worldwide appeal to keep Iran out of the United Nations Human Rights Council.

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