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"Equalitees" Raise Funds for Rainbow Project

If your thoughts are turning towards the approaching holiday season, then online shopping might be one way you're thinking of getting in presents for the LGBTQ people and allies in your lives. With many areas of the country likely to be experiencing local lockdowns in some capacity, the internet does provide a way in which you can support smaller scale, LGBTQ, green and associated businesses. This year, the range of T-Shirts from Northern Ireland based project Equalitee has been expanded.

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New Progressive and LGBTQ Bookshop Launches

We are always pleased to learn of the opening of a new LGBTQ and progressive bookshop, and despite the continued presence of lockdown restrictions, we are pleased to note that booklovers continue to shop mail order from independent book retailers.

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Adoption to Be Boosted with £6.5m support

Barnardo's, which has been working with disadvantaged children and young people since 1866, has broadly welcomed the news that the government is to provide emergency funding to the tune of £6.5 million to support adoption agencies and adoptive families during the coronavirus peri

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GIDS Threatened In Court Case

A Judicial Review is being heard at the High Court, report various trans newswires.

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Scottish Film Festival Prospers Online

Ruth Marsh of the Scottish Queer International Film Festival – abbreviated to SQIFF – reports that in spite of being forced online this year, the event is covering a huge swathe of LGBTQ cinema, both classic and contemporary.

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 Tuesday evening, marks the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the groundbreaking LGBTQ action group Gay Liberation Front London.


Sunday October 11th is National Coming Out Day.


Tens of thousands of students have arrived in Bristol this past week to start what promises to be one of the strangest years in higher education since the second world war.  With parties and custom


Will Young has been in our lives for around twenty years.


Wednesday saw many online events take place to mark Bisexual Visibility Day and to remind people that prejudice against bi people still exists, even sometimes coming from other par

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