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Bea Arthur Legacy Benefits LGBT Homeless

At this time of year, it's nice to focus on some uplifting news, and so it is with pleasure that we can report on an article which was published on Gay Star News and which says that an annexe to the homelessness project the Ali Forney Center in New York is opening for LGBT Youth – just in time for Christmas. The annexe is named after Bea Arthur, the actor who died in 2009 and who was a lifelong supporter of progressive causes.

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Ex-Nazi Campaigns with Hope Not Hate

58 Year old Kevin Wilshaw today lives a quiet life in South East England where he is an openly gay man and has recently attended a synagogue where he said prayers for his Jewish grandfather.  But this wasn’t always the case.  For more than twenty years he was active in Britain’s far political rig

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Tatchell Backs Right to Die in Extreme Cases

Tributes Paid to Bi Musician

Tributes from across the alternative rock scene have flooded in for Lil Peep, a bisexual young man from the US who made music in the Emo-Rap crossover genre.

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First Trans Ordinand in the Methodist Church

Joy Everingham has become the first transgender woman to be ordained and appointed by the Methodist Church.

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06
Dec

Gay newswire Pink News is serialising extracts from the final chapters of Quentin Crisp's autopbiography.

06
Dec

Channel Yesterday, which broadcasts on many digital platforms, has been looking at the story of Alan Turing, whose work as a codebreaker helped the allies win the war and saved mil

05
Dec

Josh Rivers, the first black editor of Gay Times magazine, has himself become headlines on gay newswires after he was suspended for making a string of anti-semitic, homophobic, fat shaming

05
Dec

A book which spawned an inspirational film on the AIDS activism era, called “How to Survive a Plague” has won a prestigious literary award.

05
Dec

58 Year old Kevin Wilshaw today lives a quiet life in South East England where he is an openly gay man and has recently attended a synagogue where he said prayers for his Jewish grandfather.  But t

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