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Northern Pride unveils LGBTQ+ History Month programme

Graham Robson February 5, 2021

Northern Pride, which organises the annual Pride celebration in Newcastle, has revealed a packed schedule of virtual events for LGBTQ+ History Month

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Hear Us Out – a new digital performance celebrating LGBTQ+ elders

Graham Robson October 10, 2020

Hear Us Out, a digital performance courtesy of New Writing South, to premiere on Saturday, November 28, celebrating LGBTQ+ elders.

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Don’t You Want Me project release film with My Genderation

Gscene Editorial Team December 12, 2019

Don’t You Want Me (DYWM), a global documentary photography project showcasing the beauty and resilience of LGBTQ+ people with their rescue dogs, has released a video produced by Brighton-based film company, My Genderation.

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Trans people taking PrEP

Besi Besemar May 2, 2019

New film shines a light on the impact of PrEP on transgender people. A new short film has been launched to increase awareness of the HIV prevention pill pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) among trans people.

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In The South

RadioReverb scoop National Diversity Award

Besi Besemar September 17, 2018

On Friday September 14 in Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral, Brighton’s local community radio station, RadioReverb, was awarded the National Diversity Award for Community – Multi Strand. Designed to highlight the country’s most inspirational and selfless people, the National Diversity Awards have received endorsements from high profile figures such as Stephen Fry, Sir Lenny Henry CBE and Graham Norton.

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Trans Pride sixth annual film event

Besi Besemar June 5, 2018

My Genderation and Eyes Wide Open Cinema team up at the Duke of York’s Picture House on July 20, 2018, to present a selection of short films exploring a variety of trans lives and experiences worldwide.

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Trans Pride 2017 – My Genderation – Putting the T first since 2013

Besi Besemar August 27, 2017

This year Trans Pride in Brighton and Hove celebrated their fifth anniversary on July 22 with record numbers of 2,500+ reported on the protest march along Brighton seafront to Brunswick Square in Hove.

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‘Heartichoke’ – New comedy pilot features LGBT characters

Gary Hart June 27, 2015

From the creators of the My Genderation documentary project comes Heartichoke – a quirky Brighton-based comedy series with a diverse cast, revolving around three twenty-somethings in a band, Pet (Alice Hannon), Wolf (Fox Fisher) and Jay (Lewis Hancox) who sing awful(ly) catchy songs about love troubles and life.

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