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Tributes Paid to Late Trans Neuroscientist

The Independent reports that tributes have been paid to scientist Ben Barres - a neurobiologist who made groundbreaking discoveries regarding the structure and function of the brain that may have implications for understanding Alzheimer’s disease and other degenerative disorders. As a transgender man, Dr Barres made many contributions to the debate around biological determinism in males and female in the human and related species, pointing out that problems in arguments about any innate female or male behaviour in our biology.

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GCHQ Welcomes and Celebrates Trans Employees

There was a time, within living memory, that not only were gay and trans people not welcome in the security services, but that LGBT groups were subject to surveillance by the secret state.

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Center Parcs withdraws advertising from Mail

Centre Parcs have withdrawn advertising with The Daily Mail with immediate effect. It follows a vehemently homophobic opinion piece published in the newspaper by Richard Littlejohn.

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PBS Relives the Tumult of 1969

The communist daily Morning Star's pick of the television this week was PBS's screening of the documentary “Stonewall Uprising”, looking back at those heady nights of rioting in June 1969 which paved the way for the modern gay movement.

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GCHQ Support Profiled in Top Sunday Paper

There was a time, within living memory, that not only were gay and trans people not welcome in the security services, but that LGBT groups were subject to surveillance by the secret state.

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11
Feb

Fetish hub Recon reports that the spirit of the long standing gay men's magazine Drummer is still alive in this electronic century, with DNA 2018 taking place in Alexis Park Resort, Las Vegas, at t

08
Feb

The Times newspaper was amongst those papers paying tribute this week to Professor Alan Sinfield, who has passed away at the age of seventy five.

21
Jan

News site Pink News reports that one of the thundering opponents of samesex marriage in the UK, MP Peter Bone, has separated from his wife and is now living with a woman twenty years his younger.

20
Jan

The BBC's comedy and drama network, 4-Xtra, is to transmit an adaptation of “More Tales of the City”, the second book in Armistead Maupin's rainbow hued saga of a group of friends

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