Beach Pride Uganda 2013

Beach Pride Uganda 2013

Frank Mugisha and the amazing members of the LGBTI community in Kampala celebrated Gay Pride last weekend and here are the pictures to prove it. Congratulations, brave friends in Uganda.×300.jpg 235w” sizes=”(max-width: 339px) 100vw, 339px” />×225.jpg 300w, 960w” sizes=”(max-width: 605px) 100vw, 605px” />×225.jpg 300w, 960w” sizes=”(max-width: 605px) 100vw, 605px” /> […]

A pride with no parade for Burma’s first gay festival

Hundreds of people in Burma have attended the country’s first public gay pride event. The festival reflects a new climate of political reform that has led to the election of a civilian government, ending 50 years of military rule. Gay relationships are still a crime in Burma, but the law is not strictly enforced. However […]

Changing Attitude, witnessing to God’s infinite love at Gay Pride and General Synod

Changing Attitude's banner carried in London Pride in Regent Street

I’m preparing to load my car with the display and banners Changing Attitude is taking to General Synod in York. There’s a box of 1000 fliers for the Civil Partnerships in Church NOW! Conference in Birmingham on 24 September and 600 leaflets about the campaign to hand to Synod members as we demonstrate with the […]

Gay Pride Calendar 2011

In 2010 Changing Attitude participated in Pride events in Birmingham, Brighton, Leeds, London and Norwich. In 2011, we hope to participate in these events again, adding Manchester and other towns and cities where CA groups or supporters organise themselves. We have banners and handouts available from the National Office. Please contact the Director, Colin Coward, if […]

Changing Attitude at Brighton Pride

Changing Attitude Sussex marched with other faith groups on Saturday through the centre of Brighton on Saturday. Our section was led by a Metropolitan Community Church banner, followed by Unitarians, Quakers and a Jewish group with Changing Attitude and LGCM following. We were, as in Manchester last year and Leeds and London this year, greeted […]

No Time For Turning

Later this month the novelist Michael Arditti is going to address the Spring meeting of the (LGBT) Clergy Consultation, an organisation that also welcomes lay ministers and their partners. Author of The Celibate (1993), about a gay ordinand, and Easter (2000), the chronicle of Holy Week in a north London parish when a gay […]

Changing Attitude marches with Pride

Davis Mac-Iyalla, David Scott, Chris Okudili Okenwa and Rev Stephen Coles carried the new Changing Attitude Banner at London Pride yesterday. The banner adapts the theme of Stonewall’s ‘Some People Are Gay. Get Over It!’ campaign. It will be carried in other Pride marches this summer. Changing Attitude carries a powerful message not only to […]

Changing Attitude Manchester walks in Gay Pride Parade

Clive Larsen, Vicar of St Agnes North Reddish.

Thirty five supporters of Changing Attitude walked in the gay pride parade in Manchester last Saturday. We carried the LGBT Anglicans ‘We’re Here!’ banner at the front and the Changing Attitude banner at the rear, with rainbow placards in between. We were greeted with whistles, applause and great warmth by the huge crowd watching the parade. Eight clergy wearing dog […]