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RNIB Launches Gender Fluid Category for Membs

The RNIB, the country's largest sign loss and blind person's charity, has added a “gender fluid and non-binary” option its its forms and online registration, to better facilitate its services reaching all people with sight impairment or loss. To mark the event, the RNIB radio station, called Connect Radio, which airs nationally on Freeview channel 730, aired an indepth interview with a blind non-binary person, addressing some of the issues that present themselves in the blind world for genderfluid people.

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Clary Back on BBC Radio Two for Quiz Nights

It's been a quarter of a century since Julian Clary made his now famous remark at the television comedy awards indicating that he'd had rather dirty sex with the then chancellor of the exchequer.

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Podcasts United for LGBT Homelessness

LGBT grassroots media is going from strength to strength, and now two of teh UK's most popular podcasts are joining forces for a fundraiser for the youth homelessness charity the Albert Kennedy Trust.  On Thursday 26th April, the Student Pride group's QueerAF podcast and the Gay and Non-Gay podca

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Trans Programme on BBC Radio 4 In Last Week

The BBC promised an honest assessment on Tuesday night on what it means to be trans in the UK, with a special programme, The Trans Revolution.  The Radio Times magazine reports that it lookedat how the internet has suddenly, within a few years, liberated millions of trans people

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Bristol based Religious Teacher Loses Appeal

A fundamentalist religious teacher employed by an academy in Bristol has lost her legal challenge to her dismissal for making obscene religious and homophobic remarks.  The woman attacked other denominations of Christian before turning on a young student who identified as lesbian, telling her tha

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13
Apr

The Irish Post newspaper this week shines a light on the hiterhto twilight world of female abuse of young boys as allegations of sexual abuse begin to affect many institutions.  Edward Hay

13
Apr

Reports of the end of the alternative press are premature it seems. Gay Star News this week looked back on the Annual Feminist and Queer Zine Fest held at Barnard College in New York.

12
Apr

A lesbian couple from Stockport have finally managed to get supermarket chain Tesco to make some investigations – some weeks after one of their staff, who is apparently a Christian fundamentalist,

12
Apr

 In Candada, the adventures of a porcine named Esther have been turned into a book.

09
Apr

Midlands Zone, the LGBT Community newspaper for the West Minlands, reports that

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