Amaechi tells football bosses to stop blaming fans and roll their sleeves up
Wednesday 9th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Sport
POSTHUMOUS pardons for deceased men with convictions for having gay sex will not resolve the injustices suffered by thousands, campaigners said yesterday.
Men convicted over consensual same-sex relationships before the law was changed will soon have their names cleared if a relative...
Friday 21st Oct 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
FA chair admits they can’t figure out how to stop homophobia
Tuesday 18th Oct 2016
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
Luton vowed to work with Leyton Orient yesterday following the allegations of homophobic chanting at their League Two game on Saturday.
Reports stated that Hatters fans were heard chanting “Do you take it up the arse?” to a group of men in a block of flats which overlooked...
Delegates hold silence and call for normalising of LGBT love
Friday 24th Jun 2016
posted by Joana Ramiro in Britain
If we are to come together as a family within our community, many an uncomfortable truth needs to be faced up to, writes Sami Hillyer
Thursday 23rd Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
PETER FROST is horrified by some reactions in the US to the massacre of 50 people
Monday 20th Jun 2016
THE Scottish government pledged £20.3 million yesterday to tackle different forms of inequality and discrimination.
The cash will go to over 200 projects that work with individuals, families, children and communities to address issues such as homophobia, sexism and racism.
Saturday 18th Jun 2016
RIVAL US presidential candidates have seized on Sunday’s massacre at a Florida gay nightclub to promote their agendas.
Republican populist Donald Trump said on Monday that the horrific incident vindicated his call for a ban on Muslim immigrants.
Perpetrator Omar Mateen...
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in World
Activists express their anger at media framing of Orlando shooting as part of conflict with Isis
Tuesday 14th Jun 2016