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Princess Diana Would Have Been 60 This Year!

“Remembering the Queen of Hearts”, is the headline on gossip magazine Hello this week, as the magazine marks the year that will see the sixtieth anniversary of the birth of Diana, Princess of Wales. Next year is the quarter century of her untimely death. Wikipedia says that Diana remains a firm favourite amongst LGBTQ people and that she is deserving of the accolade “gay icon”.

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Amazon Celebrates International Women's Month

Amazon is sometimes portrayed as the sheer epitome of an evil multinational corporation, and certainly many lGBTQ people within trade unions will be aware of criticisms of its style of employee relations.  Nevertheless, we also need to note that to mark International Wome

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Women's Day Gets Good Reception Across Media

International Women’s Day was celebrated on Monday, March 8th.  Many community media projects marked the day with programming by women for the whole community, including BCFM, Ujima and SWU Radios here in urban Bristol.  On the LGBTQ stations too, there was coverage, with the 

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Enough with Right Wing Misuse of Pagan Signs

Ancient North European traditions have sadly been misused and misappropriated by white nazis and other extremists over the years, even though any historian will tell you that racism and bigotry as we know it, would have meant nothing in the context of their world.

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Charming new Book features Deaf Teddy Hero

We all like a cute story book, and in the modern world, diversity is a watchword, helping children of all backgrounds feel happy, confident and themselves in this world.  The BBC News Channel reports that the poet Raymond Antrobus and illustrator Polly Dunbar, have joined forces to publish a char

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The Daily Mirror newspaper reports that Eddie Izzard, who has identified as a transvestite for many years, has earned acclaim from all parts of the LGBTQ spectrum


This week marks the fortieth anniversary of the death of John Lennon, who was shot in New York City on December 8th 1980.


On Thursday evening, The New Elizabethans is a documentary programme launching at 9pm on BBC-2.


Jan Morris, the travel writer, journalist and historian, has been mourned this week on her passing on at the age of ninety four.


Bristol's streets outside of the clean and tidy Cabot Circus area are often a riot of graffiti, flyposting and stickering.

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