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LGBT+ Catholics support gay Ugandan facing deportation

Godfrey Kawalya is a gay Ugandan refugee living in Britain since 2002. He was expelled from secondary school in Uganda in his teens and was rejected by his family because of...
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Brighton & Hove Council respond to Chechnya concentration camp reports

Following media reports that gay men are being arbitrarily detained and killed in Chechnya and that a 'concentration camp' has been established in the Chechen town of Argun,...
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Pride in London leads protest against LGBT+ genocide reports in Chechnya

Pride in London is leading a protest close to the Russian embassy in London tomorrow, Wednesday, April 12 at 5.30pm. The protest is in response to recent media reports of gay...
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Busted to headline Bristol Pride 2017

Pop Rock band Busted will headline this year’s Bristol Pride Festival which takes place on the Bristol Amphitheatre and at Bristol’s Millennium Square on Saturday, July 8.
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Campaign grows to stop the killings and persecution of gays in Chechnya

Novaya Gazeta the Moscow based newspaper reported on April 1 that more than 100 men have been arbitrarily detained and at least three have been murdered by Chechen authorities...
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Gay men being murdered in Chechnya

Gay men are being kidnapped and killed in Chechnya, Russia. Last weekend the Guardian reported that more than 100 men had been arrested under suspicion of being gay.
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Support, hugs, love and ‘appiness for the HIV community

The world has moved on since the 1980s when a HIV diagnosis became a death sentence or a cue to withdraw from society. People living with HIV now have the same life expectancy...
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Gay paraplegic remains ‘trapped’ in second floor flat despite Council assurances to move him 6 months ago

Gay man with no use or feeling in legs remains 'trapped' in unsuitable temporary accommodation in Hove despite promises from Brighton & Hove City Council on October 12 to find...
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Queer activists disrupt red carpet action at property awards

Last night a group of LGBT+ activists dumped manure and released cockroaches on the red carpet at the London Property Awards. The action blocked off the annual celebrations of...
Posted On 05 Apr 2017
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More artists added to Brighton Pride main stage line-up

Becky Hill, M.O, Fickle Friends and KStewart will join the legendary Pet Shop Boys and Years and Years on the main stage of Brighton Pride at the Summer of Love Festival on...
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Manchester Pride reveal The Big Weekend DJ line-up

Manchester Pride has added some of the best dance music acts in the country to its line-up for the Gaydio Dance Arena at The Big Weekend which takes place from Friday August...
Posted On 03 Apr 2017
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FEATURE: Sugar’s Big Hair Trip Part 1

Latvia, a country neighbouring Russia, regained independence from the Soviet Union in 1992 and decriminalised homosexuality soon after. However, general social opinion has not...
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Council Community Safety Team supports Trans inclusion in the city

Staff from the Brighton & Hove Councils' Community Safety Team took to the streets of the city yesterday to show their support for International Transgender Day of Visibility.
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Channel 4 celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility

Award-winning radio star Stephanie Hirst joins Channel 4’s Continuity Team to celebrate International Transgender Day of Visibility. Channel 4 marks International Transgender...
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OPINION PIECE: Time for Trans people to come out of the shadows

Over the past few years transgender visibility has improved greatly with a number of trans people becoming very public through the media and I was even featured on Match of...
Posted On 30 Mar 2017
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Belinda Carlisle headlines new event on eve of Bristol Pride

American pop icon Belinda Carlisle will headline a new Friday night concert on the Harbourside as part of this year’s Pride Festival. Taking place in the Bristol Amphitheatre...
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