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Fabulous trans activist wow’s at Jubilee Library

Charlie Crags, activist, nail artist and human being visits Brighton and Hove with her pop up nail bar to celebrate IDAHOBIT. Charlie’s activism - Nail Transphobia - is all...
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‘Out with Allan Jay’ is Latest LBGT+ TV’s newest show to hit the screen

Usually known for his chart topping HiNRG music Allan Jay will be giving a "Whats on who's who, where to go and when to be there" look around the LBGT+ friendly venue's and...
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Lunch Positive to celebrate 8th birthday!

Lunch Positive, the HIV charity that provides a weekly lunch club for people with HIV will celebrate its 8th birthday on Friday June 9 from the Lunch Club at Dorset Gardens...
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Brighton & Hove Council leader condems Chechen Government

Cllr Warren Morgan, the Leader of Brighton and Hove City Council condemned the Chechen Government and its leader Ramzan Khadyrov at the IDAHOBIT event at the Dorset Gardens...
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IDAHOBIT demonstration brings St James Street to a standstill

The public vigil marking International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia (IDAHOBIT) was moved indoors to the Dorset Gardens Methodist Church yesterday due to...
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A statement from Outright Action International on IDAHOBIT

LGBT+ youth continue to be disenfranchised. May 17th has become a day to raise awareness of violations against the rights of LGBT+ people. It was on this day in 1990 that the...
Posted On 17 May 2017
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Rainbow Cities Network celebrates IDAHOBIT with photo exhibition

Brighton & Hove is a member of the Rainbow Cities network of international cities developing lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex (LGBT+) policies. Cities from all over...
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Brighton IDAHOBIT Vigil moves indoors due to adverse weather forecast

Brighton & Hove marks International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) on Wednesday, May 17, 2017. IDAHOBIT commemorates the day in 1990 the World...
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Moving on!

After three years at the helm of The Queens Arms, Barry Nelson is moving on to new challenges. When Barry took over the reins, The Queens Arms was in need of a face lift to...
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Brighton nurse receives prestigious Royal College award

Brighton nurse Jason Warriner received the prestigious Award of Merit at the Royal College of Nursing’s (RCN) Congress in Liverpool on Saturday (May 13). The annual RCN Awards...
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Trans activist to buff Sussex nails at Jubilee Library for IDAHOBIT!

To mark IDAHOBIT this year, Brighton & Hove City Council's LGBT Workers Forum have invited activist, manicurist and all round fabulous person Charlie Craggs to come to Sussex...
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Bristol police appeal for witnesses to homophobic attack

Avon and Somerset Police are investigating a homophobic hate crime in which a teenager was assaulted in Bristol city centre. The 19-year-old victim was in Park Street, near to...
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Youth group publishes review of their work

Blueprint 22, a youth organisation for 16-25 year olds deliver project work along the south coast from Brighton to Bognor Regis to young people. In January 2017 they...
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Fundraiser for Chechnya: Screening of Paragraph 175 @Duke’s at Komedia, Brighton

The People's Film Club and Eyes Wide Open Cinema will present a screening of Paragraph 175 on June 1 to benefit LGBT+ people in Chechnya. Between 1933-1945 approximately...
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‘Love is not a crime’: Casting call for Project 74 photography project

A surprising number of countries still punish same-sex relationships with life imprisonment or even death. Project 74 will raise awareness of this issue through their new...
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Pride in London announce line-up of events during London Pride Festival

Showcasing the full spectrum of London and its LGBT+ communities, this year’s London Pride festival will celebrate the true diversity of London’s art, history, theatre, film...
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