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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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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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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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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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New Steine Gardens host World AIDS Day Candlelit Vigil, tonight (December 1) at 6pm

The Mayor of Brighton and Hove, Cllr Mo Marsh will lead representatives from over thirty community organisations in the reading of the names tonight at the Brighton AIDS...
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REVIEW: I AM THEY @Sallis Benney Theatre

The film is engaging and interesting without being preachy and using this young couple’s obvious and romantic personal experiences and relationship as the main narrative...
Posted On 30 Nov 2017
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Drag Queen story time comes to Manchester

Manchester family event challenges gender stereotypes through fairytales and story telling. Superbia, Manchester Pride’s year round calendar of cultural lesbian, gay, bisexual...
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OPERA REVIEW: Marnie @ENO

Daughter. Liar. Wife. Thief. She has been running for so long, no one knows the real Marnie, least of all herself. A world premiere opera from composer Nico Muhly, with a...
Posted On 27 Nov 2017
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More gay and bisexual men able to donate blood from today

New blood donation rules for gay and bisexual men come into effect in Scotland and Wales today, and will come into effect in England tomorrow, meaning more gay and bisexual...
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OPINION: Grindr diversifies and the gay men are scared! 

Ms. Sugar Swan tries out the latest update from the (until recently) gay hook up app for men, Grindr. When people ask me, "Do you miss anything from your old life?" the only...
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Survey finds Assurance prospects improving for people with HIV

Unusual Risks, the medical financial advisers announce results of their latest HIV Insurance Survey. After contacting all of the major Life Assurance providers in the UK, they...
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Mugabe resigns – LGBT Humanists welcome his demise

The UK LGBT Humanist charity, Pink Triangle Trust (PTT) welcomes the demise of the brutal homophobic tyrant Robert Mugabe. Mugabe, leader of Zimbabwe since 1980, has actively...
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Festival Director apologises and resigns over Facebook rant on same sex marriage

Following his Facebook rant after the recent Yes and No same-sex marriage vote in Australia, Richard Wolstencroft, Director of The Melbourne Underground Film Festival...
Posted On 21 Nov 2017
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TRAVEL: Torremolinos Pride 2017

QTube travelled to sunny Costa Del Sol in Southern Spain for the third Torremolinos Pride. Just two and a half hours from London, Torremolinos has one of the most vibrant and...
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OPINION: I am what I am

Craig Hanlon-Smith responds to the Facebook rant by Richard Wolstencroft, festival director of the Melbourne underground film festival following the positive vote for gay...
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