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Recon Publishes Diversity Fetish Guide

Attitudes to race and ethnicity have been never far from the news in the last year. Now, the quarterly journal of gay and bi men's fetish interests, Recon, dedicates its latest edition to race and the fetish scene, revealing racism in a scene that otherwise prides itself on tolerance and diversity. Mr Rubber International from 2016 discusses anti-Asian prejudice from twitter fans and then complexities of race and sexual desire are looked at. The magazine is free to all Recon members and free copies can be picked up at LGBT cafes and shops where available.

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LGBTQ Groups Join Others over Surveillance

Recent reports in the mainstream press have highlighted the fact that agents for Special Branch and the Security Services have maintained surveillance on protest groups of left, right and centre of the political spectrum for decades.

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Anti-Gay Church "Not Welcome" in Lockleaze

Local campaigning and radical newspaper The Bristolian has a long history of standing up to bigotry, as well as being a thorn in the side of the City Authorities.

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Green Party CoChair Resigns Over Toxic Phobia

Co-chair of the Green Party, Sian Berry is to step down despite the party's strong showing in the recent local elections.

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1 in 5 Terrorist Threats is Far Right

Ken McCallum, the Director General of counter espionage specialists MI5 has told journalists that around twenty per cent of counter-terrorism operations now deal with the threat of far right wing violence.

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Ken McCallum, the head of MI5, has told the BBC News Channel that it is not only the institutions of the state that are at threat by modern cyberwarfare waged by h

25
Jul

Gay Football supporting groups have been taking to social media to express their support for the England squad, who came extremely close to winning the European Football Championships

25
Jul

In Georgia, demonstrations continue after the violent murder of a gay camerman, Alexander Lashkarava at the weekend.

25
Jul

China is increasingly at loggerheads with the West and this may have resulted in a new crackdown on LGBTQ organisations in a country which has traditionally celebrated samesex relationships, but wh

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Jul

BBC Radio 4 reports that a rare anti-communist protest has taken place in Cuba, a Soviet style state which survived the collapse of Russian communism in 1989.

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