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Rare Outing for Gay DJ Andy Archer

German radio station Channel 292 rebroadcast a rare recording of one of Britain's first out gay radio presenters on Monday evening. The radio station, which was leased a German government transmitter when the German equivalent of the World Service closed down its shortwave broadcasts, covers Europe with a selection of programmes of interest to radio enthusiasts such as our own Steff and Terry.

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Rare Outing for Gay DJ Andy Archer

German radio station Channel 292 rebroadcast a rare recording of one of Britain's first out gay radio presenters on Monday evening.

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"Ex-Gay" Shrink Dies at 70

Pink News reports that one of the last prominent mental health professionals seeking to reprogram gay and trans people into loyal heterosexual and cisgender individuals has died.

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Non-Binary Food Critic Wins Damages

Food columnist Jack Monroe, who identifies as non-gender binary, has told reporters of the abuse they suffered after notorious right wing motormouth Katie Hopkins wrongly accused them of supporting graffiti on war memorials.

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Owen Jones Vacates Twitter After Troll Abuse

Gay Guardian journalist Owen Jones has removed himself from active engagement with social media, and will from now on just be using his platforms to share content from the web, according to a report from LGBT newswire Pink News.

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17
Mar

Reproductive rights remain a major campaigning priority for feminist groups, and according the communist daily paper, the Morning Star, Parliament has been looking at a bill that proposes

17
Mar

Singer George Michael is reported by the Daily Mirror to have left his North London home to his favourite sister, Melanie Panayiotou.

17
Mar

Terrence Higgins Trust in Bristol and the West Country bid a final adieu on Saturday to its volunteers and staff past and present, as the Aled Richards Centre, which has provided HIV services in th

17
Mar

If you live in Bristol, then you might want to know that sadly, from 1st April, the adult book and video store Nice and Naughty on Colston Street, which took over from the gay men's store CloneZone

17
Mar

For fans of Channel Four's youth orientated soap opera Hollyoaks, it was an emotional end last night for gay character John Paul, who exited the show by moving abroad.

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