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Arthur Henry Law: 21.5.1959 – 17.5.2018

Besi Besemar July 15, 2018

“Arthur Henry Law was a powerful presence in every group and campaign he participated in. He brought big ideas, huge amounts of energy and drive to the table…….” Dani Ahrens.

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FEATURE: Still Life With Gin

Besi Besemar July 4, 2018

Gin is a shortened form of the older English word genever, which came to us via Dutch – hence the phrase ‘Dutch courage’. Hove dipsomaniac, Eric Page, catches up with dishy distiller and broadcaster, Kathy Caton, from Brighton Gin to talk about her still life. 

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Arts

BOOK REVIEW: The Last Romeo by Justin Myers

April 8, 2018

The Last Romeo by Justin Myers This book from Justin Myers the author of the popular blog The Guyliner is fun and carries his candid, appealing and humourous writing style over into this wholly fictional account of the pursuit of love. The story follows James, 34 his relationship has imploded, he hates his job, and his […]

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BOOK REVIEW: Boys Keep Swinging: A Memoir by Jake Shears

April 4, 2018

All the way up and down, in and out and every which way he can Shears is searingly honest and this makes this autobiography a rare thing, a popstar who can write beautifully and entertain on the page as much on the stage. Sigh, he’s such a hottie!

Recommended.

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BOOK REVIEW: Larrikin Yakka by Paul Freeman

March 31, 2018

Larrikin Yakka, Paul Freeman, erotic, photographs, Brighton Gay Scene, Gay Brighton UK, What’s On in Gay Brighton, Gay Magazines, Gay Magazine Brighton, LGBT, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, non-binary, Brighton & Hove, gay-friendly Brighton, gay clubs Brighton, gay bars Brighton, gay hotels Brighton, queer, gay saunas Brighton, gay beaches, Brighton, London, South East, London

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BOOK REVIEW: First Year Out by Sabrina Symington

January 22, 2018

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 experiences from coming out right through to gender reassignment surgery, Lily’s story provides vital candid advice on the social, emotional and medical aspects of transitioning and will empower anyone questioning their gender. 

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How does PrEP affect our sex lives?

Besi Besemar October 27, 2017

Eric Page looks at how PrEP can reduce the chance of infection of HIV, the stigma around using it and finds out from four men how it has affected their lives and the sex they have. PrEP, short for pre-exposure prophylaxis, is two different medications that can substantially reduce the chance of infection by HIV for those at increased risk, including men who have sex with men (MSM).

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