On 13 October 1970, the Gay Liberation Front was founded in Britain. It was a modest beginning, with 19 people meeting in a basement in the London School of Economics. But it grew rapidly and proved to be a defining, watershed moment in British queer history. From 1970 onwards, thanks to GLF, the lesbian, gay, … Remembering the Gay Liberation Front
Sir Ian McKellen unveiled a blue plaque honouring Peter Tatchell, campaigner for human rights, gay freedom and social justice. The ceremony took place on Wednesday 29 September 2010 at 11am outside Peter’s block of flats in Southwark, London. Photo credit: Chris Houston © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use these images to illustrate news … Peter Tatchell’s Blue Plaque unveiled
Sussex University award for 43 years of human rights activism Acceptance in solidarity with human rights activists worldwide Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell will receive an Honorary Doctorate for services to human rights, this Friday, 23 July. The award from Sussex University will be made by the Chancellor, Sanjeev Bhaskar, at the graduation ceremony at … Honorary Doctorate for Peter Tatchell
From our archives: A selection of photos from OutRage! campaigns in the early and mid 1990s © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news stories and articles about OutRage!, the lesbian and gay human rights group, with credit to the group and photographer. For all other uses, please inquire. Photos: … OutRage! Photo Archive
To celebrate our 20th anniversary, we have relaunched our website. We are in the process of collating, curating and uploading two decade’s worth of material, including old flyers and leaflets, press releases from seminal campaigns and a great deal of visual material from OutRage!’s first decade – from the iconic black-and-white photos of Steve Mayes to … OutRage! is 20!
Peter Tatchell talks about queer rights and the philosophy of OutRage!’s direct action. He also talks about Iraq and religious fundamentalism.
[flickr_set id=’72157600068875737′] © OutRage! 1990-2010. You are free to use this photo to illustrate news stories and articles about OutRage!, the lesbian and gay human rights group, with credit to the group and photographer. For all other uses, please inquire. Photos: Chris Houston, OutRage!
The following article was written by David Allison, a member of OutRage!, and was published in the last issue of Outcast magazine. We are very keen to hear feedback about the article – please e-mail us or call David on 020 8240 0222. OutRageous new ideas On behalf of OutRage!, David Allison tracks the group’s … The Future of OutRage!
Elton John’s plans to duet with Eminem at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles are being criticised as “misguided” by the British gay rights group OutRage!. “This duet should only go ahead on the condition that Eminem make a clear public statement condemning homophobic discrimination and violence”, said OutRage!’s Peter Tatchell. “If Eminem cannot express … Elton’s duet with Eminem is “misguided”
12 noon on Saturday, 25th November 2000 Junction of Highbury Corner and Highbury Place, London N1 Invited guests include the Culture Secretary Chris Smith MP, local MP Jeremy Corbyn, the Mayor of Islington, and veterans from the Gay Liberation Front (GLF). The solid bronze, triangular-shaped plaque commemorates the 30th anniversary of the first-ever gay rights … GLF Memorial Plaque to be Unveiled