BOOK REVIEW: Pages for Her: Sylvia Brownrig

This book left me touched and aching to read its predecessor, it shows the development of love and understanding as life moves on and how women learn to accept, empower and...
Posted On 13 Jun 2017

PREVIEW: All You Need is Love: Shanni Collins

All families come in different shapes and sizes, but they are all special when they love and respect each other. These fun rhyming stories are a celebration of the diversity...
Posted On 06 Jun 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Critical & Experiential : Dimensions in Gender and Sexual Diversity: Previn Karian

There are some profoundly interesting chapters in this book, that challenge as much as inform but anyone with an interest in proud, frank and non-pathologizing discussions of...
Posted On 04 May 2017

PREVIEW: New book will be first dedicated to work of iconic San Francisco photographer

This summer will see the publication of a new photographic book which records LGBT+ life in San Francisco during a seminal period in the development of the LGBT+ movement....

Spring issue of The Pink Humanist ready to download

The Pink Humanist is an online magazine published by the UK LGBT registered charity the Pink Triangle Trust (PTT). The magazine’s editor is Barry Duke who also edits the UK...

Former US Presidential candidate to speak at Brighton Dome

Former Democratic candidate for President of the United States Bernie Sanders will speak about his new book Our Revolution at a special Brighton Festival Extra event on...

BOOK REVIEW: Gay in the 80: From fighting for our rights to fighting for our lives : Colin Clews

Gay in the 80s examines a number of the events and issues in the UK, USA and Australia, giving a comprehensive perspective of LGBT reality during this decade The book covers...
Posted On 27 Apr 2017

BOOK REVIEW: When We Rise: Cleve Jones

When We Rise is not only the story of a hero to the LQBTQ community, but the vibrantly voice memoir of a full and transformative American life.
Posted On 24 Apr 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Jerusalem Ablaze: Orlando Ortega-Medin

There’s a touch of humour in these stories but overall the tone is dark, aggressive, full of shadow and unexpected finds, like a beach during a storm. He explores themes of...
Posted On 19 Apr 2017

‘My Mourning Year’ A memoir of bereavement, discovery and hope by Andrew Marshall

Andrew G. Marshall is a marital therapist with a practice helping couples in London and Sussex.He has penned eighteen self-help books about relationships, including the...

BOOK REVIEW: Warwick Rowers Signature Edition

These lads are huge in all sorts of ways and this massive hefty well stuffed and high quality book reflects the hard work and dedication that these handsome lads put into...
Posted On 27 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: An Odd Sock Story: Rose & Jan Hart, Elvira Grassia,

This charming and fun children’s story uses its engaging narrative to respectfully addresses some of the most challenging social issues of today, while its imaginative,...
Posted On 23 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Difficult Women: Roxane Gay

Gay takes us on a rollercoaster of lives, each seemingly dark but bursting with the light of strength, endurance and passion that allow the protagonists to rise above their...
Posted On 13 Mar 2017

BOOK REVIEW: Somebody to Love The Life, Death and Legacy of Freddie Mercury

The death of this vibrant and spectacularly talented rock star shook the world of medicine as well as the world of music. Somebody to Love finally puts the record straight...
Posted On 09 Mar 2017