Law News

Anti-Trans Extremists Fail to Stop Conference

Gay Star News says that anti-transgender women protesters were in their words “at it again” after causing even hardline feminists to condemn them for their disruption of Pride London last year. A small group of women unfurled graphic banners outside a conference on trans young people in central London, held on Friday 5th July. Some of the women claimed to be lesbians, although it is notable that the largest lesbian and feminist organisations do not support their actions and say that they do not speak for the majority of women in the UK.

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Taking on Misogyny in Italian Courts

Two hundred feminists and allies have rallied outside the courtrooms at the Italian city of Ancona after two male suspects were cleared of raping a woman.

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Local Rezzies in Uproar Over "Sex" Activity

Community newspaper for East Bristol The Week In, reports that residents in the Hanham area between Bristol and Keynsham are concerned about evidence of sexual activity, known as “dogging” at Marsham Way.

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Guilty! Extremist Religionist in Court

LGBT campaigners and their allies in the pagan and humanist movements have welcomed the guilty verdict delivered on a member of a fringe religious cult, called Damon Kelly.  The fifty seven year old first came to the attention of the gay newswire Pink News in 2014, when he was found to b

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Ginsberg Movies Documents Lawyers Life

Ruth Bader Ginsberg is a hero to many people who care about American democracy.  She is described by the long standing Jewish community paper The Jewish Chronicle as being a left liberal voice on the Supreme Court.  A new movie called “On the Basis of Sex” looks at how Bader Ginsberg bec

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Users of the adult free to view website XTube, which has a considerable number of gay, bi and trans members, are being alerted to a scam email that has been circulating at least since February.  Ou


LGBT people know more than many how dangerous religious fundamentalism can be.


New Guidelines have been published for the benefit of agencies, police forces and the judiciary by the Crown Prosecution Service.  The reforms were widely reported in the media and will instruct pr


The communist daily paper Morning Star led on Friday with a response to Teresa May's interview with gay news wire Pink News.

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