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Tributes Paid to Campaigner Jones-Hennin

Tributes have been paid to campaigner and activist ABilly S.

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Witnesses Wanted for Bristol Hate Attack

The BBC News Channel reports that Avon and Somerset Police are looking for witnesses to a homophobic attack in St Nicholas Street, which left a young gay man with a fractured eye socket.  The man was assaulted by three aggressive heterosexual thugs, at around two in the morning o

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Choosing Ireland's Song for Eurovision

RTE Television, the public service TV network in the Republic of Ireland has broadcast the Eurosong heat to choose the act that will represent the Republic of Ireland at the 2024 Eurovision Song Contest to be held in Malm

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"Never Forget Where Hatred Leads" - Khan

 The Jewish Chronicle newspaper reports that Sadiq Khan, the Mayor of London, has referred to the importance of Holocaust Memorial Day, at a service ahead of the official 2024 commemorations.  Khan said: “The Holocaust is one of the most harrowing events in histo

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Civil Parnterships Grow as Marriage Declines

The Guardian newspaper reports that the number of people who are married or in a civil partnership has fallen below fifty per cent of the over sixteens for the first time since the early nineteen seventies.  Heterosexual marriage continues its slow decline.  But same-sex marriage

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Olivia Petter writing in the Independent says that polyamoury is "everywhere" at the moment.  "From splashy headlines and viral TikTok clips to teen dramas and dat


Bristol has been named the eighth best city for LGBTQIA+ students in a newly published poll, informed by the opinions of students, and the culture of different cities.  Newswire 


It is often interesting to think about the intersectionality of LGBTQIA+ identities and other groups in society.  The Guardian reports that a new art book of photographs by 


Sydney's Gay Newspaper the Star-Observer reports that activists are reminded that, whatever the differing opinions within the LGBTQIA communities over the Israel-Gaza war, these sh


Evan van Zijl & Tommy L writing in the blog of Geelong Anarchists in Australia, as republished by the International Anarchist Federation, say that they have li

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