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"Broflake"s Can Dish it But Can't Take It!

Have you heard of a “broflake”?  It’s a phrase that was coined by left wing activists to counter the accusation from the political right wing that they are all “snowflakes”.  A Broflake refers to the fact that many of the current new wave of right wing activists are white, straight males and the “flake” bit reflects the fact that, for all the faults of the political left, they are just as liable to run to the authorities when criticised.

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"Young, Welsh and Religious" Looks at Hate

Tuesday's television will see a programme broadcast on BBC Wales on One (the Welsh version of BBC-1 and available in Wales / Cymru only), called “Young and Religious” at 10.35pm.

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Adult Industry in Brighton on Television

Channel Four Television, the UK's former “radical” channel, which is today more mainstream in a complex marketplace, nevertheless offers some programmes of interest to LGBT people during Bank Holiday Monday / Whitsun Monday.

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Gay Celebs Wade in on Eurovision Debate

Eurovision is coming on Saturday, 18th May.  Coverage will be going out on BBC 1 Television and in super digital stereo on BBC Radio Two, where the acerbic notes of Ken Bruce will be guiding us through proceedings.  On the television, gay radio presenter Scott Mills will be handling the coverage,

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Women's Group Slam "Islamaphobic" Portrayal

Over 40 women’s organisations and charities have dismissed Tommy Robinson’s promise of money as a “profound insult”, according to a report in the leftist weekly newspaper The Socialist Worker.    The controversial figure, who has portrayed himself as a man interested in the rights of wom

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Campaigners have welcomed the news from central government that full Health and Relationships Education is to be implemented in state schools with effect from the 2020 Academic Year.  BBC Radio 1’s


Enfys, the LGBT Network at the University of Cardiff, are holding a special evening of talks and discussion by BME people who identify as part of the LGBT community.  The event takes place on Wedne


Andrew Moffat, a gay schoolteacher from Birmingham, is according to the Times newspaper, to travel to Dubai for the presentation awards of the Varkey Foundation Global Teachers Prize for w

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