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You may have seen the news that incitement to hatred on the grounds of sexual orientation is now a criminal offence. While this is what many people have fought for, it has left some people scratching their heads about exactly what that means.
With everything a stones throw away it is quite easy to forget about the fantastic surrounding countryside the South East has to offer. At the beginning of the month, Sunday, 7th March, I met up with Simon, the group leader of gayswag where I joined fourteen other men all ready for a gentle walk across the Downs.
The Dyke Modern in association with Brighton & Hove City Council presents Inner and Outer Landscapes. Four creative low-cost workshops for lesbians at Friends’ Centre, Ship Street, Brighton, and Cornerstone Community Centre, Church Road, Hove.
Healthy Friday lunches for the HIV comminity.
This will be the first photo exhibition in Sussex which is focused purely on the transexual community in the UK. Jane is looking for at least 10 transmen and 10 transwomen to model. All final prints are approved by you before being exhibited and they will be photos you’ll want people to see!
March is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Site’s are very heterosexual orientated, created very much for the Top Gear generation, great for factual information and detection. But no real aftercare information directed primarily for gay men. Perhaps it is up to the gay community itself to pull together and bring a group together? In the past this is what we have done and do, do.
Hypocrite or Committed Representative of the People? Yesterday, a staunchly conservative anti-gay California State Senator announced he was gay. In his announcement, he stated that his votes reflected the way his constituents wanted to him to vote.
Post by Nick Antjoule LGBT Police Liasion Officer) Sussex Police are asking LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people in Brighton & Hove for their views through an online survey. It aims to gather information about the kind of information LGBT people would like to have access to around hate crime. Responses will be used [...]
For me, those two events held on the same evening was quite a poignant message in itself. Just as in the 1950s LGBT people would have been fighting for acceptance and acknowledgment of being allowed to live their lives as who they are, so too, are we in 2010. Are we right to be getting complacent?