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Criticism of Criminal Justice Legislation

Isabel Ringrose writes an essay for the left wing weekly paper the Socialist Worker slamming the Home Secretary’s plans for reforms and beefing up of police in its new Criminal Justice legislation.  Isabel is critical of those single issue feminist separatists, such as anti-trans feminists, who believe that more police on the streets will render society safer for women, remarking “Black people know only too well what happens when you give the police more powers”.  Isabel says that government is “desperately worried” about the power of environmental activism and Black Lives

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What's on the TV for LGBTQ People - Tuesday

On Tuesday evening (16th March), some programming of possible interest to LGBTQ People and allies on terrestrial television.

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Harry's Blast at Brit Papers will Resonate

Prince Harry named and shamed the right wing and anti-gay newspaper the Daily Mail as putting his family at risk, in the much awaited interview with Oprah Winfrey  on Monday evening.  The Prince was speaking on the CBS Network in the States and on ITV in the Unit

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Pageant Bars Trans+ Participants: Protests?

It's a cruel twist of fate that on the same day that LGBTQ civil rights were enshrined in a new law in the United States of America, the Equality Act, a judge in Oregan ruled that the Miss America Beauty Pageant was an “expressive organisation” rather than a “com

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White Feminists Don't Deliver for Majority

Koa Beck, the feminist theorist and cultural critic, previews her new book on White Feminism in the popular street sold magazine The Big Issue.  Beck finds that majority feminist and radical separatist feminism are geared around the needs of white women, cisgende

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The Jewish Chronicle has often pulled out strands of commonality between LGBTQ people and the Jewish population, noting our common experiences of oppression and resistance.  This w


The well respected African-Caribbean weekly The Voice reveals shocking evidence that the Conservative Government is kicking savagely back against the Black Lives Matter movement an


The left wing weekly Socialist Worker pulls no punches when it says that Russell T Davies’ new AIDS era drama for Channel Four, “It’s A Sin”, will have audiences c


It's something that even those us in the LGBTQ communities, who are supposed to be more sexually liberated, don't acknowledge.


Russell T Davies has told the street sold paper The Big Issue that the gay scene may have to “go underground” for a while after the stresses of Covid19, but that i

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