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That Summer of 1996: Spice Girls Mark 25 Yrs

It's now been a quarter century since the Spice Girls debut single, “Wannabe” smashed to the top of the charts, and changed not only pop music, but the way in which many young women saw themselves. Of course, it was inevitable that the Spice Girls would become huge LGBTQ icons, and their singles a standard on gay club playlists the length and breadth of the nation. The Girls smashed numerous music industry records, including being the only group besides the Beatles to have the coveted Christmas number one single in three consecutive years.

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Soaps Wash In with Gorgeous Rainbow Imagery

With it being Pride season, Britain's soaps have been including a few rainbow hued storylines into their continuing narrative over the last week. In Emmerdale, a Pride event is taking place, with people donning their rainbow best gear.

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Stipe Discusses Commentary in Visual Work

Visual Artist Michael Stipe, formerly the lead singer of rock band R.E.M., was the special guest of Stephen Sackur on Saturday night's HardTalk programme on the BBC Parliament station.

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Stonewall Group Co-Founder Profiled on SkyTV

On Sunday evening, 11th July, LGBTQ viewers can join co-founder of Stonewall and advocate for the freedom of our community, Sir Ian MacKellen in the documentary “Playing the Part”.

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News Channel Slammed for its Parochialism

VV Brown writes for the black British newspaper The Voice and pulls no punches as they lay into GB News, the new television news network.

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03
Jul

Queen, the flamboyant rock band headed for many years by the bisexual Asian hero Freddie Mercury and in more recent years by gender fluid power voiced Adam

03
Jul

BBC-2 goes to town for Pride Month on Saturday evening (3rd July).

02
Jul

LGBTQ radio station Glitterbeam is having a relaunch for the start of its new service on Tyneside in the North East of England.

29
Jun

The current issue of Metal Hammer magazine features Babymetal, a Japanese all female punk and metal band who are shaking things up on the international metal scene

29
Jun

Poor Billie Eilish, regarded by some pop commentators as the next big thing in contemporary music, and by her detractors as an annoying, derivative, talentless charlatan.

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