Alan Turing leaves behind a legacy that is every bit as fascinating and complex as the codes and mathematical problems
LGBT parents in Manchester were behind nearly a quarter of the city’s adoption placements last year, according to the agency After Adoption.
To celebrate LGBT History Month, MM talk to Paul Burgess, an activist, actor and entertainer, who was born and bred in Oldham, as part of our LGBT Q&A series.
‘Beacon of equality’: UK is number one in Europe for LGBT rights – but there’s still ‘a lot to do’, says Stonewall
The UK is the best place in Europe for gay rights, claims a leading network of European LGBT organisations – for the third time running.
‘Heterophobia’ or innocent mistake? Manchester sociology lecturers wade in on Canal Street door policy debate
Two Manchester University sociologists debate gay village door staff decisions
‘I prayed for God to take this horrible thing from me’: Gay minister reveals all about Manchester’s LGBT church
Chorlton’s Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) is LGBT-led
Changing Attitudes: Manchester’s LGF hail West Ham’s Matt Jarvis for posing on cover of leading gay magazine
Jarvis joins Beckham and Llungberg in front cover pose.
The Church of England has clashed with the Government over plans.
‘Time his reputation was unblemished’: Top scientists call on government to pardon Manchester’s Alan Turing
Professor Steven Hawking is one of 11 scientists who wrote to the Daily Telegraph.
‘Acknowledging the debt we owe’: Bill to pardon Manchester’s code-breaker Alan Turing goes to House of Lords
Alan Turing was chemically castrated for being gay.