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Phobes Thwarted - Being Gay is Complex

As we went to air last week, a paper in the respected research journal “Science” revealed the latest findings from research into people's se.xual orientation and their genetics. It concluded that there were definitely genetic components but that the idea of a single genetic marker on someone's DNA predisposing them to having gay or lesbian relationships was wide of the mark.

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BCFM to rise from the Ashes! Fire Update.

It is with much regret that we have to advise you that the studio and transmission equipment for community radio partners of ours, B.C.F.M., at Easton Community Centre were destroyed by fire caused by a suspected electrical fault this morning (Thursday).  The studios are apparent

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New Telly Offerings for LGBT People

LGBT television viewers have been quick to embrace new technologies, and surveys suggest that the queer population have been quick to adopt newer concepts such as the internet, smart phones and video streaming services, which is good news for younger people, as these media have done so mu

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Lammy Targetted by Poisoned Penners

David Lammy, the Member of Parliament for Tottenham, London's most ethnic diverse constituency, and the son of Guyanese parents, is no stranger to the hate mail of racists and the more challenged users of the internet.

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Criticism of Radical Sect Over Homophobia

Feminists and LGBT campaigners together with atheist commentators, have joined forces to reveal another side to a radical Christian sect which will appear in a one of documentary on BBC-1 television next week.

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Jul

St Paul's is an area with a proud history of making its own media.

24
Jul

Are you familiar with European styles of music ranging from Eurohouse to schlager?

24
Jul

“Up Our Street”, a community newspaper for the Easton and Barton Hill areas of Bristol, reports that the Fostering and Adoption Team of the local City Council are particularly interested in hearing

24
Jul

Johanna Burai writes the endspiece for this month's edition of creative arts magazine Crack, which is based in Bristol and London, but publishes nationwide.

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Jul

Bristol's highly active anarchist movement, which in places has some crossover with trans-inclusive feminism, gender revolution and radical wings of the lesbian and gay movement, has sharply critic

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