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New LGBT Powerlifting Union formed

LGBT Powerlifters from all over the world attended the inaugural LGBT International Powerlifting Championships (LGBT IPC) held in London on Saturday, July 29. Nine countries...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 19

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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Naked transgender models appear in anti-fur campaign

For the first time, two transgender models feature in a PETA campaign: Holland's Next Top Model winner Loiza Lamers and Men's Health Germany cover star Benjamin Melzer appear...
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CQC inspection rates Mildmay Hospital “Outstanding”

Mildmay Hospital which was officially opened by HRH Prince Harry in 2015 has been rated as Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Mildmay 26 bed Hospital, based in...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 18

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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Who’s the new boss behind the bar @Queens Arms?

The Queens Arms is one of Brighton’s oldest established gay bars providing top quality cabaret for over thirty-five years. It has seen many legendary managers come and go over...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe – Campaign Day 17

Matt Rood has lived in Brighton for the last fifteen years. His job is his passion. He's a dog walker and trainer and has his own company called ROODDOG. His other passion is...
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P&O Cruises to offer same-sex marriages at sea

P&O Cruises has become the first British cruise line to be able to conduct same-sex weddings at sea. The first ceremony will be held in the Caribbean in January 201...
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George Street barbers to raise money for Sussex Beacon

OS Barbers in George Street will once again be raising money for the Sussex Beacon on Friday, August 4. For the third successive year, barbers, George and Joe will be donating...
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Study suggests routine HIV test is offered at GP surgery for new patients

A new study published in the Lancet today shows that HIV testing on registration with GPs in areas with a high prevalence of HIV is cost-effective, and even cost saving.
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FEATURE: Transitioning with Sugar – my memories of past Prides

My first experience of a Pride event was back in 1997, some 20 years ago. A fresh-faced 16-year-old kid, who knew she was trans but only in her wildest dreams did she think...
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Dr Brightons quiz to raise money for Rainbow Fund

Dr Brightons will be raising money for the Rainbow Fund at their annual pre-Pride Pub Quiz on Thursday, August 3. Entry is just £2 per person with a maximum of 5 people to a...
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Gay men’s experiences of masculinity

When people ask why I chose to study 'gay masculinities' for my PhD, I think back to the time my car broke down on the A23, and the rescue service sent along this...
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Peer Action needs a new treasurer

As part of its ongoing reorganisation, which includes the relaunch of a new website, Peer Action, the HIV charity is looking for new volunteers to join the present board of...
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PICTURE DIARY: Isle of Wight Pride

Isle of Wight staged its first Pride on July 15 and what a fantastic event it was, embodying everything a great pride should aspire to. It is a huge responsibility to stage...
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Reds continue supporting Liverpool Pride

Liverpool FC (LFC) will show its colours to support this year’s Liverpool Pride festival (July 29-30) with a host of activities taking place across the club. This will be the...
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