Religion News

Time for "Thought" Slot to Open Up-Humanists

South East Humanist Group will be holding a demonstration outside Broadcasting House, home of the BBC Radio networks in London on Tuesday, October 9 at 4pm. According to the atheist magazine The Free4thinker, the group will calling on the BBC to open Thought for the Day to humanists and other non-religious thinkers. Thought for the Day has been used in the past as a slot on national radio where homophobic religious groups have been able to launch attacks on LGBT people.

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Pagan Greetings at Lughnasadh

For pagans, neopagans and other followers of Earth based religions, including the ancient faiths of the British Isles, August 1st will mark the ancient festival of Lughnasadh.  LGBT Pagan networks will be amongst those celebrating as the first corn harvest comes in.  For these fa

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Sparkling New Look Atheist Website

It's makeover time at the Freethinker. The popular atheist website has a fresh new look and easy navigation.

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Audiences Keen for Vicky's New Book!

LGBTQ people of all faiths and none are lining up to buy the latest book by Christian rock star and award winning theologian Vicky Beeching.  Ms Beeching came out in 2014, after a lifetime of service to the cause of Christian rock music and evangelism.

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On the eve of Pride Bristol, the heavens opened and there was a downpour of torrential rain (as had been forecast by both BBC, ITV and local television station Made in Bristol).  Confirmation that


The best selling black British newspaper, The Voice, has added its considerable voice to the praise for the Reverend Michael Bruce Curry, who appeared to give a blessing and address at the


It's a Ramadhan Mubarak from ShoutOut to our Muslim LGBT listeners as the Islamic Holy Month is now underway.


Are you a practitioner of sex magic? Many LGBT People and their straight allies in the Wiccan and Pagan religions are.


It has long been the contention of gay and lesbian activists that people who publically say that homosexuality is wrong are dangerously repressed individuals and that they frequently constitute a r

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