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PBS America Marks Holocaust Memorial Day

As we have previously reported, Holocaust Memorial Day is rapidly approaching: a chance to remember and reflect on those mudered by extremist regimes from the Nazis to Serbian militia over the last century. For LGBTQ people, it is salutary to recall that all genocidal regimes have been fanatically heterosexual supremacist, with no exceptions. Therefore, our struggle for freedom necessitates opposing despotism wherever it occurs and indeed, LGBTQ people have been highly active in resistance movements the world over throughout the last few centuries.

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Church Loses Credibility as Report Reveals

“The Catholic Church Must Pay for Its Abuse”.

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Scientists Look to HIV for Corona-Answers

The BBC World Service Science Hour on 9th January looked at variants and mutations in Coronavirus which have been complicating the fight against the infection.

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Women Unite in Favour of Trans Athletes

We have often reported that despite the activities of a small number of anti-transgender extremists, most women do not have any issues with trans people.

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Adam Price sets out Plaid's Brexit Position

Adam Price, currently the only gay party leader of any Westminster represented political party, has said that the party he represents, Plaid Cymru will be voting against the government’s Brexit strategy when it comes before the Commons.  Plaid Cymru is a welsh nationalist party a

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With all the discussion on pronouns and how to refer to people who identify as non binary or intersex or genderfluid, sometimes people feel that they are being left behind by new terminologies and


Congratulations are in order to Chris McNaghten and Jon Swan of Larne in Northern Ireland, who have taken part in the first wedding with a specifically religious component in the province.


The BBC in the North West has come under sharp criticism from several leading HIV charities after an article on how the red ribbon had been used on a tree to raise what the BBC journalists describe


Pink News, The Guardian, BBC News and Sky News all gave prominence on Tuesday to an important High Court ruling which will have implications for young people with


The BBC's LGBT correspondent Ben Hunte reports that a transgender boy, known as Reece, has commenced legal proceedings against NHS England who are making him and other adolenscent

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