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Not Hiding: Sue Sanders

Sue Sanders

Since 2005, February has served as LGBT History Month, an initiative (and now institution) launched by Schools OUT, the charity ultimately aimed at making educational institutions safe for LGBT people. For the past three years, LGBT HM has been celebrated by OUTing the Past, The National Festival of LGBT History. In February 2018, 11 hubs […]

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Rhondda Cynon Taf Council stands up to LGBT discrimination for IDAHOT 2017

Rhondda Cynon Taf Council stands up to LGBT discrimination for IDAHOT 2017

The message from Rhondda Cynon Taf Council for this years IDAHOT is that there is no place for Homophobia, Transphobia or Biphobia in our communities. As the highest ranked Welsh Local Authority in the Stonewall Workplace Equality Index, Rhondda Cynon Taf Council prides itself on being inclusive. Work is continually ongoing to promote the ideas […]

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Victim Support Projects – Wales

Victim Support Projects - Wales

  Victim Support Cymru run two specialist projects that offer free and confidential support to the LGBT+ community. Rainbow Bridge Rainbow Bridge was set up in 2015 and receives funding from the Big Lottery Fund to support and empower victims of domestic abuse who identify as LGBT+ in Cardiff and The Vale. This can include […]

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“Embracing the freaks”

The current UK tour of Rocky Horror comes to New Theatre Oxford 13th-31st December.

Sam Bennett sits down with Charlie Condou at the Randolph Hotel, the venue for the Rocky Horror Show Oxford launch, to discuss same sex families, Coronation Street, and feeling different… “There wasn’t anything for same sex families events wise,” Charlie Condou says of life before he set up Out with the Family, an initiative described […]

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Encouraging start for new HIV prevention drug in Wales

Health Secretary Vaughan Gething has welcomed the encouraging response to a new HIV prevention drug, after the first year of […]

Eastleigh College provides a range of technical and professional courses for school leavers, adults and employers.

More than 22,000 learners from across the country choose to study with us every year. They benefit from our support, […]

Wedding Insurance with Emerald Life

  Firstly, many congratulations on the impending wedding! When you begin planning for the big day, it might seem quite […]

Birmingham Town Hall flys the flag to raise awareness of LGBTQ+ youth suicide

On World Suicide Prevention Day (Monday 10th September), Gay Times Magazine have created ‘The Flag We Shouldn’t Be Proud Of’ […]

A relationship with Grindr…

Sam Bennett My first attempt to get through to Erik Ransom takes me to his answerphone, which concludes with him […]

A most wonderful wedding…

Mike and Neil had a very clear picture of what they wanted for their big day and Auberge du Lac […]

Review: Careys Manor and Spa

Amidst the daily humdrum and routine mediocrity of life, there are occasional flashes of excellence that make one feel as […]

Luxurious weddings in Stoke Park

For weddings, Stoke Park is a stunning backdrop to your perfect day. Within 300 acres of beautiful parkland, landscaped gardens […]

Review: The Terrace at the Montagu Arms

The New Forest, with its abundant ferns, alarmingly wild animals and peculiar artificiality, strikes me as almost prehistoric, as if […]

Real Weddings: Jenny and Dani

Jenny: We got engaged in August 2016. When we first started to plan the wedding, we were looking at the […]