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Huge Success for Bristol LGBTQIA Comic Fair

Bristol's inaugural LGBTQIA+ Comic Art Fayre on Saturday 4th September was a success, attracting hundreds of visitors through the day.  Exhibitors were able to sell their work in prints, stickers and comic books, and networking took place amongst many LGBTQIA organisations and collectives.  We congratulate Nathan and the team on making the event such a success amd hope that there are many similar gatherings in the future.  

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Sale on for LGBTQIA Badges and Resources

Donnelly Colt Progressive Resources in the United States have been making and selling badges, posters, postcards and stickers for a variety of peace, progressive, left, anarchist, feminist and LGBTQIA causes since 1975.

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Christmas Ball Plans Underway

Hark! Can you hear the distant sound of jingle bells? We know, we know, it seems criminal to talk of the festive season during the summer, but broadcasters and party planners have to be early.

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"Queer Eye" TV Host Celebrates Family Arrival

One of the stars of Queer Eye, the perenially successful makeover programme that been going in some guise for nearly twenty years, has told the world that he and his husband are now proud parents.

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Gay Icon Bextor Misses Local Fest over Covid

Ujima Radio, one of our sister community radio stations, reports that the weekend's Valley Fest in the small village of Chew Magna just outside of Bristol, will be going ahead without star name Sophie Ellis Bextor, who is also something of a gay

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LGBTQ identities often intersect with the Body Positive movement, as people resist what feminist thinker Adrienne Rich called Compulsory Heterosexualiy but also pressure from adver


LGBTQ People do not belong to any ideology, religion or philosophy and are everywhere in all walks of life.


The Jewish Arts Centre, JW3 in the heart of London's Jewish community, says that it will be holding several nights of hilarious conversati


Gok Wan, who has been a regular fixture on television over the last twenty years, shares his childhood passion for food influenced by Chinese cuisine in a new series for the


A new study, due for full publication in June, suggests that an unholy alliance of trans exclusionary feminists, and the British rightwing tabloid homophobic press, are preaching to an ever decreas

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