A poet, a doctor, an advocate for our parents, and two advocates were honored by the queen this week.
Clearly, this teacher has done something right when teaching his young students about acceptance.
Tram passengers and LGBT choir members joined forces this week to prove that Manchester is a place #SafeToSing after a violent antigay attack earlier this month.
In response to a brutal attack that began on a Manchester public transit line, a local gay chorus is using the Wicked songbook to beat back homophobia.
A pair of friends singing show tunes on Manchester's public transit say they were viciously attacked by passengers shouting antigay slurs, leaving one victim 'scarred for life.'
Even as U.K. society overall becomes more accepting of LGBT people, there has been a spate of public homophobic incidents reported in the media of late.
Video shows Sally Morgan's husband going nuclear in a homophobic, threatening rant against a man handing out leaflets debunking the television psychic's powers.
Homophobia is alive and well even in relatively liberal countries, as a young gay man discovered last week in Wales when an attacker threw an antigay slur and gasoline at the man, blinding him in one eye.
A 21-year-old British man has been convicted of attempted murder after he hit his gay flatmate in the head with a hammer at least twice. Amazingly, the victim survived.
Christopher Bridger, a former paramedic for Britain's National Health Service gained the trust of women with whom he worked by saying he was gay, then attacked them when they were most vulnerable.