Pride festivals in UK and globally bounce back after pandemic – 50 years after first London Pride march

Graham Robson June 1, 2022

PinkUk, a leading UK-based global listings site that tracks LGBTQ+ Pride festivals around the world, has announced a recovery in the number of Pride festivals scheduled since the pandemic forced many cancellations over the last two years.

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Gay brain tumour patient launches podcast exploring what it is like to live with brain cancer

Graham Robson April 28, 2022

Martin Heaney was diagnosed with a grade 4 glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) in November last year after he banged his head and, on the advice of friends, who were concerned about small changes in his behaviour, decided to go to A&E.

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Galop launches largest ever report of its kind on LGBTQ+ experiences of sexual violence

Graham Robson April 20, 2022

In a survey of almost 1,000 LGBTQ+ survivors of sexual assault by Galop, respondents reported instances of rape, penetrative sexual assault, ‘revenge porn’ and groping, which was more often than not perpetrated due to the victim’s identity.

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HIV Allies project launched by University Hospitals Sussex

Jaq Bayles December 1, 2021

Today, World AIDS Day 2021, University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust is launching an ‘HIV Allies’ project to become a stigma-free hospital Trust.

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