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Win a Holiday to the Florida Keys & Key West at Brighton & Hove Pride

The Florida Keys has long been a favourite holiday destination for LGBT+ visitors, who receive a warm welcome to the island chain where the official motto, One Human Family,...
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Lunch Positive host community café at Pride on Preston Park

Lunch Positive, the local HIV charity that provides a weekly HIV lunch club is staging it’s Community Café at Pride again this year. The café will be at the south end of the...
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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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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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PICTURE DIARY: World Pride in Madrid, 2017

Madrid World Pride 2017 opened with a ceremony that took place in the Teatro Calderon and the streets around were packed full of expectant Spanish and visitors. This is a...
Posted On 25 Jul 2017
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Bahamian LGBT+ activist Helen Klonaris at Charleston by Maria Jastrzębska

This autumn Small Wonder, the festival dedicated to short stories, is hosting Bahamian writer and LGBT+ activist Helen Klonaris as its British Council International Writer in...
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Turkey and Greece suffer earthquake in tourist hot spots

An earthquake registering 6.7 magnitude on the richter scale has occurred in the Aegean Sea, off the coast of Turkey and Greece in the Dodecanese region in the early hours of...
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Brighton businessman bids to become Mr Gay Europe

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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TRAVEL FEATURE: Isle of Wight Pride

The Isle of Wight. A little secret that the local LGBT community on the Isle of Wight have kept hidden from the rest of the world… until now. The picturesque island, nestled...
Posted On 14 Jul 2017
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TRAVEL FEATURE: Mallorca – a secret place?

Millions of people, Brits included, visit Mallorca every year with most heading straight for the famous beach resorts of Cala Figuera, Illetas, Palmanova, Can Pastilla, or...
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PROFILE: Latino film maker Pablo Herrera

Latino film maker Pablo Herrera is passionate about increasing awareness in his films of some of the issues that face young gay men today. Ravensbourne student Pablo Herrera...
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TRAVEL FEATURE: Go west, young man? Not anymore

The Village People and Pet Shop Boys have been telling us to Go West for years, but today the mood in London is more Go East. Roger Wheeler and his husband Mike Go North to...
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Mayoral Mo’s Famous Five charity dinner at Queens Hotel

Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Mo Marsh is holding a charity dinner for her Mayoral charities at the Queens Hotel this Thursday, July 6 from 7pm. Don't miss out on a yummy 3...
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FEATURE: “We can’t say it any clearer; you cannot pass it on! This is not fake news.”

Alex, a 26-year-old, rugby playing marketing account director, living in Brighton conducts his life secure in the knowledge he can't pass the HIV virus on to others.
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