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Gay Fans Greet New Doctor Who!

There has been a broadly welcoming response from the LGBT communities to the news that the new incarnation of Doctor Who will be Jodie Whittaker, the first woman to play the role – well, the first in television, as the Who universe has already experimented with having a female Doctor in other media. Jodie will be the thirteenth incarnation of Doctor Who, taking over from Peter Capaldi at the Christmas Special later this year. Predictably, the Daily Mail readers comments were hostile, but thousands more took to social media to welcome the news.

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Cashman Reveals Extent of Eighties Homophobia

If you think that homophobic trolling is just a feature of the internet age, think again.

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Russia Government Paranoia Sweeps Forward

There is no love lost between the religious sect the Jehovah's Witnesses and the LGBT community.

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"Everyday Sexism" Bites Chancellor

South London community radio station, Radio Jackie says that Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond has found himself in the middle of a sexism row after comments made earlier this week.

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Rainbow Week of TV and Radio Revealed

The Radio Times goes rainbow for its issue on sale now, giving listings for the week that includes the fiftieth anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality, back in the Summer of Love.

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15
Jul

Gavin Russom, the percussionist with top band LCD Soundsystem, has come out as transgender.

15
Jul

We're always pleased to report on the work of fellow LGBT broadcasters round the globe.

15
Jul

Issue Seventy Eight of arts and culture newspaper “Crack” is out now across the ShoutOut region.

15
Jul

Much has been written about the Sexual Offences Act of 1967, which came into effect on July 27th, fifty years ago, and partially – very partially in fact – decriminalise homosexuality between males

15
Jul

Well, it's been all about Bristol and London Pride this weekend, but plans are now well advanced for Swindon and Wiltshire Pride, which will see many LGBTQ people from around the West Country gathe

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