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Diana Rowe: Senior Counsellor at Terrence Higgins Trust, Brighton. Following a successful career in TV production at the BBC, Diana Rowe moved to Brighton in 2004 seeking a new challenge. She had trained as a Person-Centred counsellor in London and in Brighton. Her counselling experience includes working for the Brighton Women’s Centre, Mankind UK as [...]
Until same sex couples can do exactly as any regular heterosexual couple does on a regular basis at train stations, on buses, in the streets and anywhere else loving couples happen to pass through, it is important that all of us take part today in Brighton & Hove as much as anywhere else in A Day In Hand: Same-Sex Hand Holding (SSHH).
Sometimes it is easy to forget how lucky we are to have so many servicers dedicated to the LGBT community. Many of the organisations are run by a dedicated group of paid workers and volunteers. As part of an ongoing project for Zhoosh, I will be visiting various LGBT groups, introducing who’s who, exploring what servicers they offer and perhaps inspire you to get involved either as a participant or volunteer.
Lip. Service. These two words will be on the lips of almost every gay and lesbian this autumn with the hugely anticipated six-part series following the capers of a group of twenty-something Glaswegian lesbians.