Benjamin Cohen

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This article is about the journalist; for the former rugby player, see Ben Cohen

Benjamin Cohen (born 1982) is a gay journalist and campaigner, and founder of Pink News.

Benjamin Cohen
In 2012 he founded Out4Marriage to campaign for equal marriage.
My grandparents want gay marriage – so that I can marry a nice Jewish boy.[1]

In the Independent on Sunday's Pink List 2013 he was listed number 7, with Mike Buonaiuto. The citation said:

"The founder of Pink News and director of the Coalition for Equal Marriage viral video launched Out4Marriage last year, a cross party campaign which films people – including Hugh Grant and Stephen Fry - explaining why they support equal marriage. Credit also to James-J Walsh, Out4Marriage’s campaign director.[2]

References

  1. http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/theyre-glad-that-im-gay-why-my-grandparents-came-out-for-samesex-marriage-8398989.html
  2. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/news/the-independent-on-sundays-pink-list-2013-8876183.html