Opinion News

Daisy Strikes Back Against Body Form Haters

Media and film website Digital Spy has a little gem this week for all those who want to hit back at internet trolls and also stand up against body shape fascism.  Daisy May Cooper has been recruited to Channel Four’s television series Gogglebox, in which a group of celebrities are filmed on their sofas watching and reacting to television programmes.  Born in August 1986, Daisy has been a star of several series of “This Country” for the BBC.  When an internet hater sent her abusive messages saying that she looked like a toy troll, Daisy responded beautifully

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Time to Take on Brazilian Anti Gay Prez?

Fighting the Bolsanaro government in Brazil is something that a considerable number of LGBTQ people will want to do.

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Defend Corporate Branding in An Age of Hate

Eleanor Margolis writes in the “I” Newspaper about what she says are the sometimes weird products that are rainbow themed to mark Pride season.

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Telegraph Clashes with Animal Rights Groups

Talk Radio station LBC reports that the “Daily Telegraph” newspaper has attacked the respected animal welfare charity the RSPCA as being “taken over” by the more militant wing of the animal rights movement, and that it is now focussed on banning angling and shooting sports.

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New Book Explores the Idea of Gender in Brain

Gina Rippon, whose book, The Gendered Brain, is out now from Bodley Head Publishers, looks at several titles on gender and the brain for The Guardian newspaper.

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It is a truth for all minorities that we need to tell our stories and preserve our history, and no where is this more the case than in the case of the generation of largely gay, bisexual and polyam


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The December issue of gay and bisexual lifestyle magazine Attitude is available now from all leading newsagents and gay bookstores.


Local DJ Ngaio Anyia write for B247 this month, on her experiences of Djing at events for St Paul's Carnival and Bristol LGBT Pride.

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