Opinion News

Hatred is "Everywhere" Says Campaigner

Hatred is “everywhere” on the internet, says the environmentalist and campaigner Chris Packham, who has accused internet companies such as Facebook of promoting division in the world and undermining democracy. Although not referencing anti-gay hate directly, Mr Packham was speaking to Victoria Derbyshire on the BBC News Channel on Monday 11th October. He spoke about a three year campaign of hatred waged against his property and person by people believed to be involved in the pro-hunting and anti-environmental lobby.

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Reasoned Voices to Tabloid Ranting on Trans

Conservative activists Crispin Blunt MP and Sue Pascoe have penned an article for the Conservative Home web portal outlining how the British newspapers, most of them hostile to LGBTQIA civil rights, have whipped up what they describe as a “moral panic” about tran

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ITV Backs Awareness on Invisible Disabilities

The ITV Networks, who operate six national stations in the UK, are broadcasting messages in conjunction with charity Scope, pointing out that not all disabilities are visible and that one in five people have a disability.

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LGBTQIA+ People Aready EcoFriendly

More of the same from the LGBTQIA communities please!  That's the message after the United Nation's draw dropping report on the urgent crisis now facing human civilisation thanks to industrialisation, intensive farming, pollution and the oil industries.  Why more from us?  Well, it's already been

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Smaller Numbers Would Give Happiness - Group

Robin Maynard from the campaign group Population Matters, which advocates for smaller families and ultimately, a smaller number of people on the planet, writes in the Guardian praising journalist Laura Swinney who has published in the same paper a lengthy essay d

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GB News TV, the latest national television network, goes “live” on Sunday June 13th and will be available on all platforms including the free to air freeview.


Peter Tatchell has published some proposals for an alternative march to the main Pride Festival, scheduled for 11th September.


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 Jus


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


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

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