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.
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.
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.
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.
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.