get over it." 4 (judge) Clare Balding Broadcaster Last year's Pink List judge is as easy fronting events as she was formidable in responding a year ago to A A Gill's teeth-grindingly backwards description of her as a "dyke on a bike" when reviewing her BBC 4 show Britain by Bike.
In a civil partnership with radio newsreader Alice Arnold (see 79).
Argued that civil partnerships should have the same status as marriage long before David Cameron.
Sometimes it's a deep-rooted hatred which takes a long time to change.
The best way is to show positive role models." We think she is one.
These have been pored over by our panel of expert judges, including two who represented their parties in parliament, two who have represented their countries at sports, a magazine editor, a comedian, four tireless campaigners and a HM Procurator-General, no less.
1 (new entry) Elly Barnes Music teacher, trainer, diversity officer We asked you to nominate the unsung heroes and heroines who make a real difference to life for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people in Britain. Dozens of people emailed The Io S to tell us about Elly Barnes, the teacher who claims the exceptional achievement of eradicating homophobia in her school, and is now helping others to do the same.