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Linking Lesbian Culture and Trans Rights

Poet Joelle Taylor has written in the “Independent” paper ahead of a new exhibition of working class butch lesbian culture.  In it she says “Thanks to punk feminism and magazines like Spare Rib and Shocking Pink I began to understand what a contentious space the female body is, what a no man’s land. …I am a butch lesbian, an identity which has a hard-won lineage of survival and cunning, of community and compassion.

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Transgender Day of Visibility Brings Much Joy

A post from the fascinating daily blog of the very LGBT+ friendly religion of Antinous, quoting also from a Trans Student Network in the States, summarises the joyful day that is Transgender Day of Visibility, every March 31st.  We have pleasure in quoting it in full and wish everyone connected w

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Joy as Anti-LGBT Protest Falls Flat on Face

The BBC News Channel reported that the latest attempt by far right wing groups to organise against LGBTQIA people In London had fallen flat on its face when a desultory fourteen extremists showed up to a drag queen performance that wasn’t even happening.  As the US Newswire LGBTQ Nation notes “Ev

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Graham Norton Will Co-Host Eurovision 2023

In music news, the Eurovision Song Contest has announced its presenting line up for 2023.  As its legion of LGBTQIA fans will know  the contest was won by Ukraine last year in an outpouring of support for the country from across the continent, in its struggle against Imperialist homophobic Russia

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CH4 Documentary Airs on Gay Hero George

A new documentary on Channel Four Television aired this week looking at the life of the gay hero and amazing soul singer George Michael, who started with eighties pop band legends WHAM!

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Spain’s congress and senate has approved a bill known colloquially as the “trans law” because it allows for self identification of gender.  But the law also implements a formal nationwide ban on an


Tributes have been pouring on for the comic genius and gay hero Paul O’Grady MBE, who has passed on at the age of sixty seven.  He passed "unexpectedly but peacefully" on Tuesday evening, his partn


The Sky Arts Channel has celebrated International Women’s Day in style by transmitting an acclaimed documentary series on “Women Who Rock”.  With contributions from across the pop and rock spectrum


Atheist campaigners in the city of Bristol have been alert to a campaign of illegal flyposting being carried out by a Christian fundamentalist.  Across the city public property has been defaced wit


Tributes from across the LGBTQIA community have been pouring in for New Zealand politician Georgina Beyer, a centre left former member of the Kiwi Parliament and the first openly transgender member

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