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Diva and Gay Times synchronise ‘Gender Capitalist’ covers for March issues

Rain Dove, who does not identify as male or female, makes history appearing simultaneously on cover of Gay Time and Diva magazines. In a publishing first, two of the UK's...
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Winter edition of The Pink Humanist ready to download

In the latest issue Peter Tatchell writes on the importance of putting LGBT rights on the agenda of the upcoming Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM), which takes...
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Author Cath Lloyd shines spotlight on trans issues

Truth, honesty, anger, acceptance and love were some of the themes under discussion when author Cath Lloyd spoke to college students about her life with her transgender...
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BOOK REVIEW: First Year Out by Sabrina Symington

It’s an honest story of the day to day experiences of transition, from the extraordinary to the mundane, depicted with humour, fortitude and intuition.  Depicting her...
Posted On 22 Jan 2018
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BOOK REVIEW: Wanting In Arabic by Trish Salah

Salah is furious and gentle, shocking and so,so tender it moved me, and I felt I didn’t understand some of her work. Always a powerful tool of the poet, to draw you back to...
Posted On 19 Jan 2018
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Rose Tremain’s ‘Sacred Country’ selected as City Reads 2018

Rose Tremain’s Scared Country has been chosen as this year’s City Read across Brighton & Hove and beyond. The concept of City Reads is simple: one book, by one author, is...
Posted On 18 Jan 2018
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BOOK REVIEW: Highland Fling by Anna Larner

From the breath-taking Highlands of Scotland to the buzz of a Leicester gay bar, family and friendship are tested to breaking point as the narrative pressure builds in this...
Posted On 15 Jan 2018
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BOOK REVIEW: Two Gentlemen Sharing by William Corlett

It’s a brilliant examination of clash, culture, class, urban and country, gay and straight, progressive and intolerant and made me laugh out loud constantly.  Corlett’s humour...
Posted On 15 Jan 2018
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BOOK REVIEW: 50 Queers Who Changed the World

We Queers are some of the coolest folk in history. The books looks at Freddie Mercury, Virginia Woolf, Laverne Cox, Harvey Milk and Audre Lorde (and 45 others)  all who have...
Posted On 10 Jan 2018
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BOOK REVIEW: Aphra Behn: A Secret Life by Janet Todd

This book look at the astonishing life, work and history of Aphra Behn: 17th century dramatist, poet, novelist, political propagandist, bisexual writer, and spy.  Behn, a spy,...
Posted On 10 Jan 2018
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Men must stop behaving badly

Men should start behaving themselves was the message from University of Brighton honorary doctorate Paris Lees, who has become the first openly transgender person to feature...
Posted On 10 Jan 2018
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Council set to freeze library charges

City councillors are set to vote in favour of freezing library charges for next year. Despite the council having to make savings of £23 million over the next two years, all...
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BOOK REVIEW: Fathomless Riches by Rev Richard Coles

This book is a wonderful headlong lurch from one world to another with a candid enquiring mind in the driving seat and well worth the read.  Part confession, part damnation...
Posted On 15 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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