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Trans woman commits suicide after not receiving mental health care

Rachel Badham October 21, 2020

The parents of a trans woman who committed suicide last year have publicly said their daughter felt “marginalised and fobbed off” by mental health services and was not given the proper care that could have prevented her death.

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Arts

Bristol Pride 2020 takes off… online!

Graham Robson September 3, 2020

Bristol Pride festival took off this week on Youtube and Facebook with over 20 events all streaming for free to showcase Pride and bring the community together, albeit virtually, until Sunday, September 13.

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Arts

Bristol Pride announce 2020 online festival line-up

August 10, 2020

Bristol Pride festival to move online with a series of FREE Pride favourites and much-loved events over Facebook and Youtube from September 1 – 12.

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Business News

Launch of new LGBTQ+ mental health/counselling service for the South West

Gscene Editorial Team March 6, 2020

Launch of new LGBTQ+ mental health/counselling service for the South West

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Arts

PREVIEW: A Haunted Existence – Tom Marshman @The Basement, The Island in Bristol

August 11, 2018

After the recent Pride celebrations saw more big-name brands and politicians than ever demonstrating their support and allegiance with tie-in promotions and personal appearances, it would be all too easy to forget that until 1967 homosexual acts were illegal in the UK, and countless gay people were prosecuted.

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Community News

Bristol police appeal for witnesses to homophobic attack

James Ledward May 13, 2017

Avon and Somerset Police are investigating a homophobic hate crime in which a teenager was assaulted in Bristol city centre. The 19-year-old victim was in Park Street, near to Tesco on College Green, when he was verbally abused by two men before one of them punched him in the face just before 4am on Sunday (May 7).

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