All posts tagged with "LGBTQ"

Book review: Provincetown Series by Radclyffe

The crimes are part of the ongoing story, but the relationships are centre stage. 

Planteer Anne reviewed Radclyffe's Princetown series and thought of it a bit like the snuggly fleece and warm socks with the cocoa idea.

Five Stars for Radclyffe's Provincetown Series

London Short Film Festival (LSFF)

WE DARE TO FAIL: 15 YEARS OF LSFF CELEBRATES FESTIVAL’S LEGACY AND IMPACT ON BRITISH FILMMAKING 

LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES 15TH ANNIVERSARY PROGRAMME

LSFF 2018 RUNS 12-21 JANUARY Feat. New Queer Visions, Barbara Hammer, Chris Kraus

Stockholm Pride - A Beautiful Celebration of Diversity

There is a famous story of Swedes “calling in gay” to work in the 1970s, as a protest against homosexuality’s classification as an illness.  While this tale has been sensationalised over the years, it stuck out in my mind during my visit to Stockholm. 

Transgender kids are valid - Stop mocking them

Debbie, a transwoman with over 200 hours support worker experience, has her say on why transgender kids are valid - and why we need to allow them the freedom to explore who they are.

Ultimate Planet and Student Pride Partner again for 2016

Ultimate Planet are delighted to announce that we will be working together with National Student Pride for another year!

Every New Year I Choose Love over Fear, and It Makes All the Difference in Every Aspect of My Life

Every moment when I choose love over fear, I am transforming my life into a more peaceful existence. For the past five years, love has won out more than fear, and it has made all the difference.

All we have are moments. I try my best to make each one filled with love, and I invite you to join me. 

Three new short stories from Less Than Three Press

Three short stories; three micro reviews; from Less Than Three Press...

A strong, open and honest first step from London LGBT+ Community Pride

Tonight we were invited along to Heaven who were hosting the first open meeting by London LGBT+ Community Pride. This was their first chance to show us that they were going to do us Proud in 2013 with our pride event, and they did not fail. The overall message was clear, concise and very honest. LCP have a huge challenge on their hands. They have 5 months to put together an event that normally takes 12. On top of that, they are starting from scratch in relation to finance, volunteers and resources. But they are positive, realistic and extremely open.

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