Call for Muslims and LGBTIs to unite against hate East London Mosque urged to dialogue with LGBTI communities Commenting on the planned East London Gay Pride march scheduled for 2 April, human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell said: “OutRage! is not supporting East London Gay Pride, following the revelation of links between some of the organisers … Postpone East London Gay Pride
The gay rights group Outrage described the comments as “Neanderthal”. Outrage spokesman David Allison said: “It’s the kind of remark you might expect from a drunk on a Saturday night, not someone in a supposedly responsible position.” http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/london/7655585.stm
Protest against the anti-gay and anti-women Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (Foca), a newly formed network for millions of Anglicans angered by the rise of liberal theology. © 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 … Anglican Homophobia Protest
Peter Tatchell talks to Martin Bright about Ken Livingstone’s embracing of homophobic cleric, Yusuf al-Qaradawi. Our dossier refuting Ken Livingstone’s claims can be read here:
[flickr_set id=”72157594471216718″] Fundamentalist Christians and Muslims protesting outside the House of Lords, London, January 9, 2007, against the inclusion of gays and lesbians in anti-discrimination legislation for the provision of goods and services. Faith groups are already protected by law but do not want LGBT people included. Nevertheless, despite the protest by the religious bigots, … Religious SORS Protest
[flickr_set id=”72157594185827162″] Peter Tatchell mocks the Pope’s homophobia at EuroPride, London, 1 July 2006. [Photo: Andy Harley, UK Gay News]
[flickr_set id=”72057594091352703″] March for Free Expression – London, 24 March 2006 © 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: Brett Lock, OutRage!
In fact, in this country at least, it can be argued that the major religions between them constitute the last great bastion of official homophobia. As David Allison of Outrage!, another gay rights group, puts it: “The churches have stood against every form of social progress since the year dot. The further people go towards … Guardian: How gay is too gay?
Gay campaigners protesting against Section 28 interrupted a lecture by Cardinal Winning in Croydon, south London, on the evening of Tuesday, 7th March. The brief peaceful protest took place in St. Mary’s Catholic Church Hall, where the Cardinal was giving the 12th annual Cobb Memorial Lecture, in honour of the First World War conscientious objector, … Gay Protest Disrupts Cardinal Winning Lecture
[flickr-gallery mode=”photoset” photoset=”72157624055359002″] OutRage! stages the world’s first gay rights protest of the Third Millennium CALL FOR CHURCH TO APOLOGISE FOR 2000 YEARS OF HOMOPHOBIA As the Queen arrived for the National Millennium Service at St. Paul’s Cathedral this afternoon, 2nd January, ten OutRage! protesters unfurled a huge banner with the words: “2000 Years of … Gay Millennium Protest at St. Paul’s Cathedral