The gay rugby player who tried to save Flight 93 is honoured, and the reaction to the attack.
We report on the recently won struggle to give gays equality in the United Kingdom.
Boy meets Boy on Channel 4. So what's new?
The Grammy Awards duet - Just what made Elton do it?
Gay Couples required for new TV Quiz show with Paul Merton.
Standup Simon Happily with London's first mixed gay and lesbian comedy night.
Boyzone and the rest unzipped in a new tv comedy series.
Porn superstar Johan Paulik's live appearance in London is cancelled.
Hunky air steward Brian Dowling is the first ever gay winner Big Brother.
Tickets are selling fast for Stonewall's annual spectacular gay benefit.
Take part in the UK's first ever gay and lesbian census.
"Very very low" risk of acquiring HIV from oral sex claims latest study.
Lords finally vote for repeal of hated Section 28.
Shame on Conservative Ann Widdecombe - Voted the most homophobic MP.
What the parties promised as Tony Blair wins his second term as PM.
Gay employees will gain new rights when an EU directive becomes UK law.
Campaigners from around the world meet to assess the state of gay rights.
Former RAF Airman Carl Austin wins Mr Gay UK 2001 in his home town of Manchester.
With gay marriage now legal in Amsterdam will it happen here?
Sign the petition to fight discrimination against gay partnerships in the UK.
38 years together Ian and Alex are first to sign the new London Partnership Register.
Relationships (Civ. Reg.) Bill gets passed by the Commons but won't yet become law.
Four more alleged homosexuals arrested in Egypt gay crackdown.
Life for Gay Arabs in America is twice as tough after the September 11th attacks.
Next year sees the first ever guide to every Pride event in the country...and it's free.
1 in 5 of those with HIV suffer from discrimination or prejudice in the UK.
Why media acceptance of Mike Tyson's anti-gay outbursts only encourages homophobia.
As the Queen marks her jubilee, do gay men have anything to celebrate?
Aussie Kylie Minogue and English singer songwriter Dido were winners at the Brits.
Pop Idol Will Young has sensationally come out as gay as his single reaches No.1.
BBC Liquid News presenter Christopher Price found dead at his London home.
Dutch Gay Political Leader Pim Fortuyn shot dead just outside Amsterdam.
The world’s first online service matching sperm donors with lesbian and single women.
Partners of gay and lesbian service members will receive military pensions and benefits.
An undercover investigation into state harassment of the Egyptian gay community.
A full report on this month's World AIDS Conference in Barcelona.
A leading Tory frontbencher comes out as gay and calls for tolerance.
The full story of the on-off-on Manchester Mardi Gras 2002.
We talk to leading members of the New York gay community a year after the terrorist attacks.
A book about Sept 11th victim Mark Bingham shows that heroism knows no sexuality.
House of Lords causes a setback in government plans for gay parenting.
After ten years as Director Angela Mason OBE leaves Stonewall.
The Nasty side of the Tories revealed again in row over gay adoption.
Lords give way to the will of the Commons and pass the Gay Adoption Bill
We reflect on the purpose of World AIDS Day as UK faces biggest ever rise in HIV.
A campaign's launched to save London fetish night FIST following Police complaints.
Gay Photographer Herb Ritts has died at the age of 50.
Stonewall outline their work for gay rights from 2003 on.
London's Pride celebrations in July will be in Hyde Park for the first time ever.
Research shows serving gay troops did not affect coalition morale or success in Iraq.
The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down Texas law that makes sex a crime for gay people.
Denocratic US Presidential contender Howard Dean visits a California gay bar.
Finally gay couples in England and Wales are to get full legal rights and recognition.
Canon Jeffrey John has said he won't take up his job as Bishop of Reading.
Stars are coming out to endorse Howard Dean as the Democrat to stand against Bush.
Continuing the nautical theme with the UK's champion gay sailing squad who win again.
From December 2003 it's illegal for employers to discriminate against gay workers.
Coronation Street gets its first ever gay kiss and we have the photos to prove it.
Repression and arrests of gay men in Egypt continue despite international protests.
A personal perspective on the individual stories behind the World AIDS Day statistics.
2003 as seen by leading gay campaigners like Peter Tatchell and Richard Kirker.
Local councils get a guide to legal responsibilities to ensure gay equality.
A new Civil Partnership Bill announced by the government.
Stonewall's 2004 Equality Walk is held in Brighton during May.
A new Sexual Offences Bill finally repeals Victorian anti-gay sex laws.
The US allows same-sex couples to marry as a Court ruling takes effect.
Three teenagers charged with the murder of Admiral Duncan barman David Morley.
The gay community in the US reflects on another four years of George W. Bush.
The Civil Partnership Bill finally passes in Parliament and becomes law.
The Chairman of the Gay Police Association amongst the honours.
Gay men across Asia try to rebuild their life following the devasting tsunami.
Stonewall publish the first index of the 100 most gay-friendly UK employers.
An Archbishop casts a critical eye over the John Paul II papacy.
Why Stonewall are urging every gay man in the UK to get out and use his vote wisely.
Report finds that most gay patients don't disclose their sexuality to doctors.
Vince and Andy's new album features some stunning new acoustic makeovers.
OutUK gets a special briefing on the latest campaigns to further UK gay rights.
The hottest and sexiest celebrity men to watch over the next 12 months.
Human rights campaigner Peter Tachell writes about BP boss Lord Browne.
Ben Summerskill of Stonewall on new hate crime laws and fresh challenges in 2008.
As tributes pour in for the Boyzone singer we remember his early career.
Gay Marriage declared legal across the whole of the USA in a Supreme Court ruling.
We present OutUK Archive items which commemorate 9/11 and its aftermath.
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Thailand's biggest Mardi Gras style parade hit the streets.
Brighton and Hove hosts a bevvy of gay artistic and theatrical talent.
How was it for you? Memories and pictures of London Mardi Gras 2000.
The 2001 Gay Pride season kicks off in the West Midlands.
Gayfest parades the streets of Manchester and parties all weekend.
The 15th London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival included more than 180 films.
OutUK reports on the men and the march of the UK's biggest Pride party in London.
London Lions beat Germany to win Gay World Cup Football double.
Pictures & reports from Sydney on the city's huge celebration of gay culture and pride.
OutUK previews the greatest celebration of Gay Games ever & talks to the people behind it.
OutUK Main Sponsors of the 16th, and best ever, London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival.
Ten years on and The London Gay Men's Chorus are still in song.
It's ballet Jim, but not as you, me or virtually anyone else knows it!
Performance artist Tim Miller unveils a new show for the Glasgay Festival.
Imagine 900 gay men, sunshine, parties, porn stars all on a single luxury cruise ship.
Pet Shop Boys and Jonathan Harvey create a very gay musical.
Amsterdam has Europe's biggest celebration of leather & London brings up the rear.
Adrian Gillan unearths and examines the hype surrounding Boy George's new musical.
Indian male fashion gets a David Beckham-style makeover as men's beauty salons boom.
Rob Conn from Bristol wins this year's Mr GAY UK competition. We have all the details.
What you think the future of Pride should be...back to the politics or keep on partying?
Tickled pink with Scotland's Bruce Devlin and London's gay stand-up Simon Happily.
The biggest & wildest ever fetish celebration kicked off in London in October 2002.
The 2002 Gay Games with some spectacular ceremonies in Sydney's Olympic stadium.
Queer Nation celebrate 12 years with an exhibition about the history of gay clubbing.
Controversial gay comedian Scott Capurro talks about his new London show.
We look back at the career of one of our favourite divas Cher as her Farewell Tour continues.
Virginia Woolf is the subject of a new musical tribute and an acclaimed new film The Hours.
17th London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival launched with a website created by OutUK.
Zipper launch a new xxx magazine and we couldn't resist going to the launch party.
A bittersweet comedy about black gay men goes on tour to theatres around the UK.
4000 Walk For Life 2003 participants raise a record £300,000+ for Crusaid.
Gilbert Baker creator of the Rainbow Flag as gay pride symbol marks its 25 year history.
A new gay guide to Disney World and Disneyland hits the shelves ahead of Gay Day.
US Queer As Folk, The Hours, Christina Aguilera, Will And Grace honoured in gay awards
Despite the Thai government's moral crackdown gays defiantly party on regardless.
John Pendal from The Hoist wins 25th International Mr Leather competition.
The first UK exhibition of photographs by Howard Roffman opens in London.
Swedish boy band Bobby on their first bisexual song and you can download it free.
The Pride spotlight turns to Manchester host of the 2003 EuroPride.
Pride in the Park was make or break for London's annual Pride Party.
300,000 party in Amsterdam and celebrate Gay Pride on the streets and canals.
EuroPride is a triumph but Sir Ian McKellen is upset at government indifference.
Adam Rickitt is back on the Street and the soap gets set for its first ever gay kiss.
Learn to take better pics of your boyf from Benno Thoma at a Gay Photo Masterclass.
Jimi Mistry in a new comedy plays a gay Muslim who's mum finds him a girlfriend.
Cybersocket honours the best of LGBT websites.
As heats are announced for Mr Gay UK 2004 we get differing views on male beauty contests.
The 18th London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
Don't Rain On My Parade sang Ms Streisand, but at Mardi Gras in Sydney it did!
OutUK sponsors the UK's largest gay sporting event this year The Bingham Cup.
Chi Chi LaRue comes to London and you can win her proudest porn moment.
The London Gay Men’s Chorus perform for Birmingham Pride 2004.
Stonewall announce a major fundraising initiative in New York.
All your questions answered about what's happening at Pride London 2004.
Pianist Bobby Crush makes his London acting debut as high camp icon Liberace.
Results and pictures from the 2004 Bingham Cup rugby sponsored by OutUK.
European gay sport is celebrated at EuroGames 2004 in Munich at the end of July.
The London Gay Symphony Orchestra are hooked on classical music.
A new exhibition in London that celebrates three decades of Pride.
Being gay isn’t just about sexual orientation according to this TV show.
You can meet Bel Ami porn superstars in the flesh in London this week.
Most gay athletes still keep their sexuality hidden at the 2004 Athens Olympics.
Pride up and down the canals of Amsterdam attracts a record number of people.
The world's biggest rubber and fetish event comes back to London in October.
The London Gay Men’s Chorus announce a tour of the UK and Ireland.
London's seminal club Heaven celebrates it's 25th birthday with one big party.
OutUK announces a major partnership with the 1st World OutGames in Montreal 2006.
Walsall cutie Mark Roberts tells us what it's like to be Mr GayUK 2004.
Free self defence classes to help you deal with a street or homophobic attacker.
The countdown begins to the annual european celebration of gay sport in Utrecht.
The 2005 Pride season in full swing as gays and lesbians take to the streets worldwide.
London Gay Men's Chorus premiere a brand new show about gay men's lives.
See some original images from Kobi Israel's best-selling book Views.
Northern Ireland's first gay swimming group meets for the first time.
Hundreds gather to discuss the health issues affecting gays in America.
The 19th London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
40 wonderful pictures of London's Pride 2005 from Phil Thurston.
A stunning new exhibition of gay BDSM photography by Ulli Richter.
Pride Reunion Weekender at the UK's biggest holiday resort Butlin's in Minehead.
We've our special guide to the gay ski and snowboarding season 2005-2006.
The 20th London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
Learning more about property investment at a new show in London.
Montreal has the magic and determination to run a great celebration of gay sport.
Bobby Crush stars as camp icon Liberace in a brand new tribute show.
QBoy headlines a festival of gay hip hop and rap in London.
The 21st London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
The Harry Potter star wows critics as lead in revival of Equus.
The 22nd London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
The 23rd London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
London's Riverside Studios presents an eclectic season of gay cinema.
The 24th London Lesbian & Gay Film Festival is launched at the National Film Theatre.
Awesome acrobatics, sexy fit bodies and lots of water mix in new show SOAP.
Edinburgh hosts over 2,400 different shows - many with LGBT themes.
UK premieres featured in new gay film season at London's Riverside Studios.
The 25th Aniversary LLGFF opens in London this week but could it be the last?
A new play from Amsterdam about two gay men and their relationship comes to London.
London's Riverside Studios hosts its third season of new and classic gay cinema.
London revival of Torch Song Trilogy is still as relevant today as three decades ago.
An exciting week long season of new and classic gay cinema opens at Riverside Studios.
London's Riverside Studios presents a week long season of current gay cinema
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with his own campaign for gay rights.
profile the writers, producers, entertainers
and politicans who've influenced gay culture.
17 years since the Admiral Duncan was the scene of a fatal homophobic bomb blast.
To mark World AIDS day we trace the course of the worldwide epidemic of HIV.
See what the unmarried uncle your parents never talked about used to fantasise over.
Age Concern say more should be done for older homosexuals.
Surely it's time to call time on Britain's outdated and restrictive licensing laws.
We profile the award-winning director of French gay erotica J.D.Cadinot.
MP3 Player, Calvins, a Steps Gold CD...what do you want for Christmas this year?
This summer's hottest camera is available through OutUK!
Dan Woog profiles the out gay men doing traditionally straight jobs.
Is it literature or is it smut - writers of erotica provide some answers.
Director David DeCoteau combines horror movie camp & unashamed homo-eroticism.
The Gold Medallist who believes the true Olympic spirit is now in the Gay Games.
Meet Jonas Morecock the gay guy in the most fantastic situations.
Why is there such a trend for gay men to be inked as the latest fashion essential?
Black and Gay - this award winning novelist talks about his groundbreaking writing.
Cartoonist Julian Lake draws on his experiences of Gay Pride.
The classic tv series Bewitched and why it's really all about being gay after all.
It seems some gay boys just can't get enough of it - TV favourite Dr Who that is.
More on the guys who live their lives in front of a webcam.
How safe is your sex? You can find out in our special quiz.
When you're paying for it, is it expected that you should also tip?
I'm the one for you - The boys who love to text from their mobile phones.
Mother of the notorious drag legend and cult star Divine reveals all about her son.
OutUK's former sex advisor Aaron Lawrence says why he made sex his living.
Are you one of those caught up in a worldwide cybersex web addiction?
Our five week fitness series explains how to have better erections and orgasms.
Week two of our fitness series explains how you can jump start your libido.
Peter Tatchell at 50 carries on his campaign fighting for global human rights.
Week three of our fitness series explains the pros and cons of getting muscle.
Week four of our fitness series explains why you should not over do the gym.
Choose a gift for the man of your dreams from our Top 10 Valentine Selection.
Elton John and David Furnish voted Britain's most romantic gay couple in Valentine survey.
The final week of our fitness series explains how to learn about your body's limits.
Ron Suresha's book explores being a bear and how it's grown into a worldwide subculture.
Peter Travis created the first swimming trunks that didn't disguise men's anatomy.
Writer Peter Robins on the issues and challenges affecting older gay men.
We meet the gay students who tell us they prefer parties to queer politics.
A tiny blue pill is not the only answer to male erection problems.
We take a night off from the boys and become a guest of the girls.
Britain's first Gay Rugby Team receives a special award.
The weird world of film director John Waters is explored and revealed.
The pros and cons of going away on holiday with some of your gay mates.
The pros and cons of going away on holiday with some of your straight mates.
Footloose and fancy free it's the pros and cons of going away on holiday on your own.
Researchers prove that the Irish nationalist definitely was gay and promiscuous.
It can be tough having good looks say the pretty sad stunners we spoke to.
Combat clones - really action men or is it just army bull?
As the new season starts we meet some Gay Guys who love it up the Arsenal.
A Top describes his coming out as a Bottom Boy both mentally and physically.
We meet the silent simmering gays who think the world's gone sex mad.
We check out one of the most technically advanced gay dating sites in the UK.
John Lockhart talks of the pleasures and difficulties faced by ageing gay men.
We talk to men who know how it feels to be a woman about their gender identity.
What gay men need to know about lesbians and their relationships.
Charlene Lichtenstein looks at star signs and what they say about your man's personality.
Kitsch Boy, Chintz Gent or Loft Man feature in our gay world of interiors.
Richard James has written a strikingly original novel spanning gay life across time.
Gay Matches UK is a brand new website dedicated to finding you a perfect mate.
We talk to Drew Gummerson about his first and most famous gay themed novel.
Do Gay Men go for some jobs more than others and the Top 10 gayest occupations.
Special deals for gay travellers with no hassle if you're HIV+.
A hard-up student decides to sell his body for cash one summer and tell us his story.
We can all feel down now and again but when should we seek help for depression?
We review the options now available to gay couples who want to bring up children.
What's special about K and true facts about today's other designer drugs.
The fascination with actor James Dean's sexuality more than 60 years after his death.
The gay artists who insist there's a big difference between male art and porn.
Brighten your smile, whiten your teeth and save £10 with our great Splendid Smiles offer.
Homophobia, reggae and black attitudes to homosexuality explored after the MOBOs.
Abuse and exclusion are just two of the problems gay men with a disability face.
The ground-breaking gay-themed historical novels of author Mary Renault.
Years of abuse and jokes have put the sex back into Essex claim local gay lads.
What it's like to be gay and live under Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq.
We discover how gay life survives under a repressive monarchy in Saudi Arabia.
SurvivorsUK is one of the few groups who specialise in helping victims of male rape.
Jeremy Clarkson's pride and joy makes it to OutUK's list of the Top 10 gayest cars.
Bruce Anderson explains how tantra releases your sexual and spiritual energies.
How counselling and therapy can help you with personal and relationship problems.
The highs and lows of scary stuff like parachuting, being stalked and OD'ing on Viagra.
It's called networking and it's happening online and at real life events across the UK.
These boots are made for walking and for men who like something different too.
When does promiscuity turn into a serious addiction to sex that needs treatment?
5 gay guys and 24 webcams mean a house full of mischief for OutUK Premium Members
As the storm over asylum grows here in the UK, we look at the rules governing gay immigrants.
Hanging out with the Small Members Club where size isn't always everything.
World class snowboarder Ryan Miller tells OutUK of his goal to make the 2006 Olympics.
We go for a neighbourly knock and check out the charms of the lad next door.
Dennis Quaid talks about Todd Haynes' classic gay movie Far From Heaven.
Forty years after Noel Coward died we recall the gay icon who never came out.
The differing relationships gay men have with their mothers over the years.
Fancy a large one? Why gay men should stop camping it up at every opportunity.
We explore the bond between gay boys and the girls who like to dress to impress.
We talk to the author of what critics describe as one of the finest gay teen novels ever.
The second part of our special report on why gay men risk their lives having unsafe sex.
Do gay men still set the fashion trends straight boys follow a year or two later?
We talk exclusively to Shane Landrum out gay star of MTV's reality series Road Rules.
As the 2017 Cannes Film Festival begins gay director Gus Van Sant talks to OutUK.
The truth about those biblical quotations which say homosexuality is a sin.
Historian Robert Aldrich looks at how much the gay present is shaped by the queer past.
The latest must-have fashion accessory for every gay boy is a rainbow tattoo.
With discrimination at work against gay people soon to be illegal should you come out?
Dangerous Love is a new downloadable e-book and we have an exclusive preview.
Queer Eye For The Straight Guy is the gayest show on US tv and it's coming to the UK.
Being gay in Jerusalem and living in the shadow of constant war and violence.
Kobi Israel's stunning pics of the male body and soldiers in a brilliant photobook.
Writer Wes Ferguson recalls his first boyfriend and the problems he experienced.
Amsterdam's famous leather hotel is no longer part of the scene.
Writer Larry Kramer talks to OutUK about activism and why he feels 45 again.
The emotional aspects of gay sex and relationships are ignored in sex education.
Gay author and broadcaster Mark Ovenden explains his love of going underground.
Lily made crossdressing mainstream but what's the appeal in everyday life?
Hangover Cures, the best wine with a meal, fashionable cocktails and champers.
What to say and what not to say if you want a better response to your online ad.
So, white van man meets Andrea and gets a lot more than he bargained for.
Leading novelist Patrick Gale talks about his approach to writing gay fiction.
East Germany's first and last gay feature film is still available on DVD in the UK.
Robin Newbold's first novel creates a vivid picture of gay life in Bangkok and London.
Athletic Model Guild fan buys archive to preserve decades of vintage gay erotica.
The South London store which specialises is made-to-measure leather gear.
A 100 year old compilation of silent films shows scenes of explicit gay sex.
Tilda Swinton talks a decade on about Young Adam and Ewan McGregor naked.
We enjoy Photographer Tom Bianchi's second collection of photographs on the couch.
The award-winning director talks of his film about child abuse and the church.
Two hot new books for your shelves reviewed - Sex Bomb! and Adventures Of A Joe Boy.
Gay Catholics keep the faith though their religion says they are sinners.
Two gay Christian performers use music to challenge religious homophobia.
Writer Phil Andros was an unashamed pioneer of gay sexual liberation.
As the new school year begins we talk to a group who helps gay pupils and teachers.
We examine the possibility of getting infected with HIV through your eyes.
The romantic novel goes gay in a series of books called Romentics.
Adrian Gillan goes down to the local STI clinic to check up on the check ups.
A new report shows that prejudice against minority groups is still common.
Golden Girl Betty White talks to OutUK about Rose and the show's gay appeal.
Check out our healthy diet plan to help you shape up for the New Year.
We mark the birthday of celebrated English bisexual novelist Somerset Maugham.
The pain and pleasure of getting a Prince Albert, the ultimate private piercing.
A new academic study asks whether gay men are happier in an open relationship.
Bill Condon on his film about the man who changed the way we think about sex.
We get all slippy with it and try out different lubes to see what slides in best.
A stunning photo book from the acclaimed Israeli photographer Kobi Israel.
Trouble Boy is the acclaimed first novel from London-born Tom Dolby.
Outrageous film director John Waters talks about A Dirty Shame now 11 years old.
The Terrance Higgins Trust encourage gay men to learn about Hepatitis A B & C.
Mysterious Skin is gay film maker Gregg Araki's most controversial movie yet.
Council Housed With Attitude - the chav phenomenon meets XXX Euroboy.
Why it's still important to celebrate our sexuality with great Pride.
Former Porn Performer Andy Dill reveals the myths of being a gay porn star.
We explore the difference between a healthy sex drive and an actual sex addiction.
Gay artist Michael Breyette talks about his passion for painting the male body.
This classic film drama presents an authentic picture of gay London in the 1970's.
Just how can you achieve that six-pack stomach and those Ultimate Abs?
Beefcake is the film story of Bob Mizer founder of the Athletic Model Guild in 1940s.
Women may have the Wonderbra guys now have the C-IN2 Sling Support Brief.
127 years ago members of the House Of Lords were cited in a rent boy scandal.
Should you start screening that potential new boyfriend just a little bit better.
Your face is what you present first to the world so how to you maintain healthy skin?
Homophobia is widespread in sport according to research just published by Stonewall.
Is Britain's most hated newspaper just a sh*t stirrer or a mirror to the masses?
It's now 11 years since the release of Canadian director John Greyson's film Lilies.
The world's first universal gay rights demo took place in Philadelphia in 1965.
We investigate the myths surrounding gay people and our supposed affluence.
We talk with porn star Vince one of the three of the stunning Rockland brothers.
Simon Sheppard talks about the Sex Talk column and his book Hotter Than Hell.
We've been training at a BDSM discovery night for novice knotters and tweakers.
Stormboy is the new comic superhero who's not only gay but quite a storm!
With Strictly as hot as ever on our screens it's time to perfect your Paso Doble.
Actor Craig Chester's Adam and Steve is celebrating a decade of making us laugh.
Our unflinching tale of gym junkies, incredible bulk and the gay pecs ‘n ‘rhoids scene
It's now 11 years since Ang Lee's award winning gay cowboy movie was released.
Conflict in relationships is inevitable, but make your feelings of anger positive.
Of all the emotions jealousy can be the most detructive force in a relationship.
Promoter Mark Ames one of the founders of XXL reflects on the growth of bear culture.
We enjoy Le Clan - a highly homoerotic and a lovingly photographed French film.
We countdown the sexiest hunks in the movies from the past year.
Nathan Lane talks to OutUK about the film version of The Producers now 11 years old.
OutUK's Agony Uncle James Connor stars in a DVD that's still a top seller.
Now you can get a young and hunky semi-nude butler to attend to your needs.
LGBT domestic violence through the eyes of gay support service Broken Rainbow.
The rubber suit that sucks away that spare tyre round your waistline
This revolutionary toy keeps your prostate healthy and gives you incredible orgasms.
Director Marco Kreuzpaintner talks about his coming out film Summer Storm.
A new look at the position of gay men and lesbians in21st century Britain.
An exploration of how being gay is a fundamental part of the world of sport.
It's raining men as we sample the delights of the Streams Of Pleasure night.
Spike is Britain's favourite twink star and he's been talking exclusively to us.
It was fun - I'll call you - then the call never comes - so how do you handle rejection?
11 yrs since the documentary about boy on boy and girl on girl cinema hit our screens.
Just published is a brand new guide to the gay scene in South East Asia.
Keeping your hair and skin looking and feeling its best on holiday.
I used to wake up excited at the thought of a morning workout but now ...
It's ten years since The Essential Gloria Estefan but she's still as popular as ever.
We profile a young gay Australian singer-songwriter with a stunning voice.
Trust is so important in any good relationship but what if things start to go wrong?
The website that tells you the films which feature top celebrities naked.
Is it good for a gay child to be fostered by a gay parent or a gay couple?
It's exactly 20 years since Tony Blair became Prime Minister so what's his legacy.
Summer's here and here is Trip Advisor's choice of the world's best beach resorts.
It's FreshSX's sequel to the hit DVD The Apprentice and we talk to star Mika Poika.
Shake off the New Year Blues with advice from OutUK's gay life coach.
Ask James columnist and FreshSX star James Connor talks about his Best Of DVD.
The jeans you wear halfway down your undies with your flies open too.
As Americans go to the polls we remember the hope of Barack Obama 8 years ago.
For Brian Fairbanks it was films of the 60s and 70s which made him aware he was gay.
The redheads fight back as we explore both ginger phobia and ginger fetish.
OutUK's College Boys Live is the subject of a critically acclaimed documentary.
It's 6 years since the release of FIT the school feature film tackling homophobic bullying.
Amongst the romance of Valentine's Day we hear three experiences of gay love.
Two submissions and a knockout in three different types of wrestling.
The first of a two-part special exploring why gay men risk their lives having unsafe sex.
Could this be the blueprint for meaningful and long-lasting relationships.
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