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LGBT and Sport: A Story of Two Halves. I really look forward to the day when words like, brave, shocked or courageous are no longer used when a sportsperson tells the public that their sexuality isn’t heterosexual. Having watched the Channel Four programme, Britain’s Gay footballers (a misleading title as apparently there aren’t any) saw [...]
Last year Zhoosh went along to the GO.GO women’s festival along with 200 other women from Brighton & Hove to join thousands of females from across the UK. We genuinely had a great time and the moment the dates were announced for 2012 myself, the girlfriend and the same friends that went together last year booked the time off from work without hesitation. Here they announce the line-up and improved changes to the festival for 2012.
Guest Post by Belinda O’Hooley from folk duo O’Hooley & Tidow “I’m Belinda O’Hooley from folk duo O’Hooley & Tidow. Our new album ‘The Fragile’ was released last week and we have had 4 star reviews across the board in The Guardian, Mojo, Uncut, The Word, Songlines etc. We are performing at HOVE Folk Club [...]
The L Project charity single and video has been released – with ALL proceeds and royalties going straight to their chosen charities Diversity Role Models and Stonewall who help prevent LGBT bullying in schools. The song aims to help raise awareness and money for charities which work to prevent LGBT bullying among young people. The [...]
Guest Post by Holly Smith Brighton and Hove City Council’s LGBT Workers Forum (LGBTWF) celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. The forum is open to any council staff that identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender. The management of the LGBTWF is undertaken by an elected steering group of six staff, that attempts to reflect [...]
The L Project’s single ‘It Does Get Better’ released TODAY! Zhoosh interviews co-creator Sofia Antonia Milone
The support The L-Project has gained since it began last year has been phenominal (even DIVA has got involved!). When you started out did you ever think it would become this big?
I think honestly, though we had very big ambitions, and knew the community should and would want to get behind the project because it’s so obviously a worthy one, we have been quite overwhelmed by the backing and support we’ve received from not only the the gay media as you mention, but the online social pages like WHOF (Wipeout Homophobia on Facebook). The internet has been our friend, and we’ve made a great many of them on it.