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FILM PREVIEW: HUGO XO, a film by Dale John Allen

Specifically aimed at the queer viewer, Hugo, XO explores societies ‘shame culture’ surrounding sex and is designed to reflect societies prudish, damaging and shaming...
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MUSIC REVIEW: Steven Taetz – too cool for your yule?

A look at Canadian Jazz-pop singer Steven Taetz's newest work, just in time for Christmas. It may not be Christmas yet, but when I sat down to listen to Canadian Jazz-pop...
Posted On 06 Dec 2017
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REVIEW: Living with Gods exhibition @British Museum

Living with gods peoples, places  and worlds beyond British Museum Beliefs in spiritual beings and worlds beyond nature are characteristic of all human societies. By looking...
Posted On 05 Dec 2017
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BOOK REVIEW: Grindr Survivr by Andrew Londyn

Grindr Survivr:  gives some practical insight in to how to cope and flourish in the app’mosphere  and also points out the behavioural change that’s underway whether we like it...
Posted On 05 Dec 2017
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Mayor of Brighton & Hove leads the reading of the names on World AIDS Day

On Friday, December 1, in the shadow of the Brighton AIDS Memorial, The Mayor of Brighton & Hove, led city dignitaries in the reading of the names of those who had died from...
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MUSIC REVIEW: Bananarama @The Brighton Centre

Ladies, you’ve been gone too long! Flashing devil horns and baggy dungarees collided as the darlings of chaotic 80s pop, Bananarama, skidded into the Brighton Centre as part...
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UK moves towards elimination of HIV transmission

NAM, NAT, BHIVA and BASHH issue a joint statement welcoming new data from Public Health England that gives hope that HIV can be conquered.
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Prime Minister and party leaders unite against HIV stigma on World AIDS Day

Video messages from Theresa May, Jeremy Corbyn, Nicola Sturgeon and Vince Cable, were release to mark World AIDS Day on December 1.
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National AIDS Trust tackle HIV fake news

A review of UK media coverage of HIV revealed that myths and stigma, reminiscent of the ignorance of the 80s, are still rife in the press. NAT examined 400 online news stories...
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People and Parliament: Remembering 30 Years of HIV and AIDS

Thirty years since the outbreak of the HIV epidemic, the UK AIDS Memorial Quilt has been on public display in Westminster Hall from November 27 to December 2.
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PREVIEW: Pink Punk coronates a new Queen

Up-and-coming LGBT pink punk band Queen Zee and the Sasstones released their newest single Idle crown  on November 24 - two months after their debut album Eat my Sass. With...
Posted On 03 Dec 2017
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Mayor of Brighton & Hove lunches at Lunch Positive on World AIDS Day

Lunch Positive, the HIV lunch club, marked World AIDS Day 2017 with an extra special lunch club session attended by the Mayor of Brighton Hove, Cllr. Mo Marsh.The Mayor,...
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