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Baddiel Documentary Analyses Anti-Semitism

On Monday evening, 21st November, David Baddiel, a long standing comic ally of the LGBTQIA communities, fronted a documentary based on his book “Jews Don’t Count”.  Broadcast by Britain’s traditionally “progressive” TV network, Channel Four, Mr Baddiel enlisted the help of many Jewish celebrities including the gay raconteur and intellectual Stephen Fry and lesbian actress and writer Miriam Margolyes.  Together they explored the similarities and differences between Anti-Semitism and other forms of prejudice.  In particular, Mr Baddiel challenged the presence of Anti-Semitic tropes and assump

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Poignant Vigils Take Place on TDoR

Trans Pride South West, which is in the middle of its annual celebration of all things trans in the beautiful West Country, paused for remembrance on Sunday, as the Transgender Day of Remembrance was marked throughout LGBTQIA communities across Europe, the Americas, Australia and beyond.  Trans P

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THT Seeks Recruit for Bristol Team

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join THT Bristol's Health Promotion Team to play a vital part in supporting the development and delivery of sexual health promotion initiatives for individuals at greatest risk of HIV/ sexual health and reproductive inequalities across the Bristol region.   T

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Gay Hero Paul O'Grady gives Xmas Radio Gift

The independent radio sector is buzzing after a big coup for the older people’s radio station “Boom Radio”, which broadcasts on the DAB platform nationally.  Gay icon and all round entertainment hero Paul O’Grady has agreed to host a programme on Christmas Day, live from his home.  Mr O’Grady wil

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Praise for BBC Expose of Qatari Rights Abuses

The BBC has earned praise from across the political spectrum, and from human rights and LGBTQIA advocacy organisations, as its coverage of the opening ceremony of the World Cup in Qatar, in the words of the Guardian newspaper “comprehensively trashed” the World Cup.  The network joined other publ

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Ninety people, including football fans from Arsenal’s LGBT+ fan group, joined a colourful noisy protest outside Qatar’s London embassy today - the day before the start of the FIFA World Cup in Qata

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And as the year moves on, LGBTQIA Christians are sending their greetings as we reach Advent.

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Oban Pride took place last weekend, according to the UK Pride Organisers Network.  It was the last of the season, and one of the most northerly.  The Pride Organisers Network reports “Having had to

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Tributes from such stars as George Takei, Mark Hamill and Lynda Carter have been paid to Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy, who has passed on to the realm of our gay ancestors at the age of sixty six

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usan Gilchrist from the LGBTQIA+ Christian network “One Body One Faith” has written a reflection for the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.  She notes “What transgender people are seeking is of

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