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Humanist Association Welcomes New President

Humanists UK, formerly the British Humanist Association, is an organisation with a long tradition of supporting LGBT civil rights.  Indeed, the Humanist movement, which seeks to build a secular, rational world in which religious superstition no longer controls vast swathes of the population, has supported gay and trans issues since the middle part of the twentieth century.  Now, Humanists UK have appointed a person with a long association with Bristol and the West Country as their new President.

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Dana International for Brum Festival - JC

The Jewish Chronicle newspaper reports that Israel's most famous trans singing sensation, Dana International, will be appearing at the Limmud Festival in Birmingham during December.

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Legal Eagles Watch Religious Nursery Case

Britain’s oldest Jewish newspaper, the Jewish Chronicle, which editorially is supportive of LGBT Jews, says that an Orthodox nursery is appealing a ruling that found it discriminated against a Jewish teacher it fired after learning she was living with her boyfriend.

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Preserve Democracy to Protect Human Rights

The current affairs magazine The Atlantic, which has in the past published articles by figures such as the gay conservative columnist Andrew Sullivan, dedicates its November issue to what is sees as a crisis of democracy across the Western World.  In a series of essays by distinguished a

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Political Groups Debate Far Right Win: Brazil

The election at the end of October of President Bolsonaro in Brazil is analysed in the Marxist newspaper The Weekly Worker.

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An unprecedented coalition of LGBT and general companies, ranging from the lesban magazine DIVA to Channel Four Television, and from Vice Magazine to Lloyds Bank, have joined forces to back Stonewa


Media website Digital Spy reports that one of the country's most popular female Djs is to host the prestigious BBC Radio Two drive time slot.


Saffron Records, the West Country based all women record label, is profiled in The Bristol Cable, issue seventeen, which is available from community centres, alternative bookstores and ind


The Autumn issue of Wag, the magazine of the Dog's Trust, is out now and reflects on the summer of Pride events just gone.


The free newspaper for the older generation, Mature Times, based in the West but with national reach, has urged all eligible people, including those living with HIV, to take up the annual

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