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Egyptians Had More Equality than Once Thought

Ancient Egypt continues to weave its magic over contemporary society, thousands of years after its hey day in the Bronze Age. Of all the many ancient civilisations, it captivates and entrances. This is not only due to its undoubted amazing archaeology, but also the persistence of many of its philosophical ideas. The Egyptians gave us units of time measurement such as the hour, and the fact that there there approximately three hundred and sixty odd days in a year.

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Clinton Out of Presidential Race for 2020

The former First Lady, Hilary Clinton, has said that she will not stand again for the Presidency of the United States.

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New York in Pride Season Showcased in Metro

The daily Metro newspaper has not always been in the community's good books. Indeed, some ill considered headlines once earned it the monicker “The Hetro”.

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Congrats Given to New BBC LGBT Journalist

The LGBT Conservative Network, known as Gay Conservatives on Twitter have given their warmest wishes to Ben Hunte, who has been appointed at the BBC News Channel’s first correspondent with a specific oversight for LGBT issues.  Despite some predictable negative comments from the usual quarters on

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Political Groups Debate Far Right Win: Brazil

The election at the end of October of President Bolsonaro in Brazil is analysed in the Marxist newspaper The Weekly Worker.

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Pink News reports that in one small town in rural Maine, the community has taken a stand against a rabble rousing trio of local religious fundamentalists who wanted to censor a library display, iro


The idea that anyone would want to seek asylum in Russia, with its poor record on free media and human rights, might seem laughable to us in the democratic West.  However, there are a tiny number o


Kofi Annan, the first African Secretary General of the United Nations was remembered by LGBT groups this week in the wake of his passing.


It has long been the contention of gay activists that people with homophobic views are prone to deranged violence, outbursts of rage and should be generally removed from the community to a place of

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