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“It feels really good to make young people aware of HIV”

Mark Hamilton, 44, was diagnosed with HIV sixteen years ago. After giving up alcohol three years ago, he now shares his story of living with HIV with young people locally,...
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Powerful films set to inspire LGBT+ workers

Gay, lesbian and bisexual (GLB) public sector workers share first-hand accounts of coming out in the workplace, as part of a drive to inspire others to have the confidence to...
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PREVIEW: Charity Dance Gala

The Gay Men's Dance Company's (GMDC) stage their first annual variety showcase, starring GMDC members from London and Brighton, their choir, pole dancers and special guest acts.
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New film calls on more trans people to consider adoption

More trans people are called to explore adoption in a new film released today by New Family Social. The film’s launch coincides with the opening day of LGBT Adoption &...
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More LGBT foster carers needed in North West

Currently around 3,400 families foster for their local authority in the North West but there is a continued need for more people to come forward particularly those who can...
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#SaveTheSussexBeacon – campaign update

Last week campaigner Adam Betteridge made a last-minute decision to run the Brighton Half Marathon. Adam who has been coordinating the online petition to Save the Sussex...
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Poison Ivy to close its doors for good tonight

Poison Ivy at the bottom of St James' Street will close its doors for the final time tonight (March 5), marking the end of an era for Brighton's karaoke queens.
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Have you considered fostering or adopting with Brighton and Hove City Council

To celebrate LGBT fostering and adoption week from March 6-12, we chat to Brighton residents, Chris and Kieran about their experiences as foster parents for over 20 years.
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Village MCC celebrates Women’s History Month

The Village Metropolitan Community Church (MCC) will celebrate Women's History Month during March with a different woman speaking from the pulpit each Sunday, for the next...
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X Factor star Saara Aalto to perform at Pride Glasgow 2017

This year's Pride Glasgow Festival the highlight of the year for many LGBT+ people in Scotland will take place on Saturday, August 19 and Sunday, August 20.
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New chat show for Bear World TV

Bear World Television to produce new chat show with Jonathan Shuffield and Sergey Grankin. Jonathan and Sergey will be working on a new chat show for Bear World TV called...
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LGBT Switchboard appoint new CEO

LGBT Switchboard have recruited a new CEO who will start work at the organisation on March 20. Daniel Cheesman is presently Director of Brighton, Hove & District Samaritans...
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Pet Shop Boys to headline Brighton Pride

The legendary Pet Shop Boys will headline the Brighton Pride, 'Summer Of Love' Festival in Preston Park on Saturday, August 5, 2017 with their first Pride performance in 20 years.
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House of Commons consider draft Bill on ‘Companies Documentation’ affecting transgender people

Today, (March 1) Conservative MP, and former Minister for Women and Equalities, Nicky Morgan, will introduce a ten Minute Rule Bill to the House of Commons which aims to...
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LGBT Catholics Westminster to make pilgrimage to Rome

LGBT Catholics Westminster will take part in their second pilgrimage to Rome from February 28 - March 5 2017. They will be attending Pope Francis' Audience on Ash Wednesday...
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FEATURE: Transitioning with Sugar: Hair today – gone tomorrow

I remember a time in the late 1980's when I was in school and my hair was long and my mother said I needed it cut for the school photographs. Obviously, being a little trans...
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