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Campus Row Show No Signs of Resolution

Pink News reports on a campus row at the University of Sussex over the employment of gender-critical feminist professor Kathleen Stock, who teaches in the University's Department of Philosophy. A new campaign group, which describes itself as consisting of trans and gender non-binary students, but appears not to be linked with the LGBTQIA Society at the college, has taken non-violent direct action protests against Stock, who denies that she is transphobic.

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In the Summer of 69: Podcast Looks Back

The Summer of Soul took place over a period of six weeks in the hot conditions of that remarkable final summer of the already tumultuous sixties decade.

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Intersex and Trans People Should Unite

The online journal Them, which specialises in reporting on gender issues, reveals in a lengthy essay that there is more than just anti-transgender content to a raft of far right initiated legislation in the more conservative states of the USA.

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"Gay Times" Magazine Goes All Electronic

One of the stalwarts of the LGBTQIA community's institutions, Gay Times Magazine has issued its final paper issue, and from now on will become an online only publication.

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Combatting Racism with Top Bhangra Band

Black History Month is being celebrated by the Exchange, the music venue, and vegetarian café at the foot of Old Market Street, in the heart of Bristol’s gay village.  People with longer memories may remember it as the popular leather gay venue Club Castro’s.

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On Monday lunchtime’s “fascinating facts” column on the album rock station Radio Caroline, PaCt Edison revisited the 1950s, when in one of the most bizarre aspects of the “gay purg


Pink UK alerts us to the fact of something we missed last week.


The Pansy Project is in town this weekend (2nd and 3rd October) courtesy of the M Shed Museum and its ongoing commitment to the history of ordinary people.


Sir Anthony Sher, the classical actor and star of numerous stage and television productions, has been diagnosed with a terminal illness.


Gay and bisexual fetish men's magazine Alphatribe, which has some great essays on hooking up during an age of Covid19, also reports that Belgium Bear Pride takes p

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