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Controversial HIV film takes prestigious award at New York film festival

The HIV/AIDS documentary film Positive Hell added a new trophy to its collection of film festival awards last weekend receiving the Special Jury Prize for World Social Impact...
Posted On 25 Mar 2017
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MindOut receives the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM)

MindOut, the LGBTQ mental health service have been awarded the Advocacy Quality Performance Mark (QPM) for mental health advocacy services. They have been assessed against...
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New campaign from THT for gay and bisexual men

Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) launches new campaign in Brighton for gay and bisexual men who mix sex, drugs and alcohol. THT has launched a new campaign offering advice,...
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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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Celebrities support Mind’s LGBT+ mental health event

On Thursday, February 23, mental health charity Mind held an event to profile its work in LGBT+ mental health. Attendees were joined by author, journalist and LGBT+ advocate,...
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Speaker Tour features young people with HIV

There is nothing more powerful than hearing the life experiences of people affected by HIV & AIDS to motivate you to take action. That’s why on Tuesday, Brighton will have the...
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FEATURE: Talking Heads – encouraging men with mental health issues to open up

Just how honest can two men with mental health issues be? Through their new venture MenTalkHealth, local gents Damian Friel and Davey Shields certainly try to be just that....
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New guidelines for those severely affected by ME

The Sussex ME Society who support those in the county affected by ME has welcomed a recently published guideline for medical professionals that are caring for those most...
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MP’s swamped with Valentine’s cards in support of sex and relationship education

Who’s top of your Valentine’s list this year? Could it be your MP? The unlikely objects of our affections are today opening their doors to piles of Valentine’s cards from LGBT...
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Health Trust employees wear Rainbow Lanyards

When he was younger, David Van De Velde had no one to turn to on Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT+) matters. That's why the clinical team leader, and qualified...
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B RIGHT ON Festival: Free yoga sessions at Phil Starr Pavilion

As part of the The B Right On Festival during LGBT History Month you can try completely free of charge, Vajrasati Yoga with Alistair at the Phil Starr Pavilion tomorrow,...
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Rainbow pancakes, TV stars battle to become the ‘Biggest Tosser’ and raise money for THT

Comedians Katherine Ryan and David Morgan battled it out for the title of Biggest Tosser at the launch of Terrence Higgins Trust’s (THT) pancake-themed fundraiser, Toss Off.
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TODAY at B RIGHT ON LGBT Festival: Learn more about your mental health with MindOut

On Thursday February 9 there is a full day of activities regarding mental health and how it affects the lives of LGBT+ people. Go along to the Phil Starr Pavilion in New...
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New HIV infections in gay men in England drop by a third

New Scientist website reveal new HIV infections in gay men have fallen by nearly a third since 2015 across England.The drop may be due to people buying medicines such as PrEP...
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