• 7 Jul 2018

    As a million people take to London’s streets to celebrate Pride – we talk to Aloysius Sali – who fled to the UK and claimed refugee status after being persecuted for his sexuality in his native Uganda, and now works full time with LGBT refugees here.

  • 3 Jul 2018

    “No-one should ever have to hide who they are or who they love,” said Theresa May today, as the government announced the results of the largest ever survey of LGBT people, along with a 75-point action plan. Ministers also unveiled a long-awaited consultation on changes to the Gender Recognition Act, which determines how a trans…

  • 21 Apr 2018

    Living with dementia is often isolating – and for LGBT people there can be an extra layer of loneliness. For a community that grew up when homosexuality was still illegal, fear of prejudice can make it harder to access services and support groups. Now the UK’s first dementia cafe aimed specifically at gay, lesbian, bi…

  • 7 Sep 2017

    More than a fifth of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people have experienced abuse in the past year says the charity Stonewall – attacks both verbal and physical. The figures for transgender people are even higher, with 41 per cent saying they have been the victims of hate crime. But only a small proportion of…

  • 11 Jun 2017

    The number of women MPs is at an all-time high after Thursdays Vote. There’s also a rise in the number of LGBT, ethnic minority and disabled representatives. So what can we expect from this latest re-balancing of representation in the Mother of Parliaments?

  • 15 Feb 2017

    Church of England leaders have just voted to throw out a controversial report on same-sex marriage and homosexuality.

  • 13 Dec 2016

    From bullying to mental distress to anxiety about telling parents: a record number of children are seeking counselling about gender identity, some of them as young as 11. I’ve been talking to a transgender teenager Felix about his story.

  • 23 Nov 2016

    A man has been found guilty at the Old Bailey of drugging and murdering four young, gay men at his flat in east London, then dumping their bodies nearby. Stephen Port was also convicted of four rapes and 10 counts of drugging victims.

  • 13 Feb 2016

    Issues around sexuality and gender are still sensitive in Indonesia – but there are some more positive signs of tolerance – like a school for transgender women, known as Waria. Jonathan Miller visit the world’s first transgender madrassa.