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LGBT Women in Sport: FREE EVENT 10am – 4pm, 15 April, 2017, Brighton, United Kingdom Speakers from the world of sport – amateur and professional – will explore the issues and barriers that discourage LGBT women from participating, at the American Express Community Stadium, Brighton, BN1 6 Brighton. Welcoming delegates will be Joanie Evans and Sophia […]
Site Inspections to begin, and final vote takes place in Paris October 2017 The 2022 Gay Games XI host city short-list vote, by the Federation of Gay Games (FGG) General Assembly, took place last month, one year after the bid process was announced. The shortlisted host cities are Guadalajara (MEX), Hong Kong (CHN), and Washington, DC (USA).
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) the largest LGBTQ civil rights organization in the US, released this statement, after Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, pulled the American Health Care Act (AHCA) from consideration by the House of Representatives. The Congressional Budget Office projected that the provisions of the legislation would result in 14 million Americans […]
Starring: Christian Bale, Oscar Isaac, Charlotte le Bon It is 1914. As the Great War looms, the mighty Ottoman Empire is crumbling. Constantinople, the once vibrant, multicultural capital on the shores of the Bosporus, is about to be consumed by chaos. Michael Boghosian (Oscar Isaac), arrives in the cosmopolitan hub as a medical student determined […]
This morning, we feature Irish artist Elaine Mai in our Friday music slot. Elaine has been crafting a reputation for atmospheric and melodic electronic music over the years. Her upcoming release sees her continue her exploration into remixing by re-imagining Liza Flume’s track Sheets. It showcases her skill for lilting harmonies and storytelling through rhythm and repetition. The […]
The ACLU of Georgia has called on members of the Georgia Senate to remove language inserted into House Bill 159 last week that would allow state-funded adoption agencies to discriminate against LGBT Georgians. “It’s a sad day when a bill that was supposed to be about helping foster kids gets turned into a vehicle for state-sanctioned […]
Are you or a friend interested helping BeLonG To make a better Ireland for LGBT+ young people? They are now looking for three new team members! 2 Paid positions, and one Voluntary. The deadline for the Volunteer Co-Ordinator (Voluntary) position is this Friday, 24th March, details below. The Director of Fundraising (Paid Position) has an […]