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Tuesday, 2 August 2016

Homophobic Killer murdered man moments after sex so he was “most vulnerable”

Homophobic Killer murdered man moments after sex so he was “most vulnerable”
 - The victim, William Lound was openly gay. According to reports, he also wore women's clothing and makeup – which have led some to believe that the ...

Let's take Pride in a great week for all

Let's take Pride in a great week for all
 - It's also a time to show support to the LGBT community as well. Every year it astounds me just how many people take to the streets to enjoy the various ...
Justin Trudeau becomes first Canadian PM to march in Vancouver Pride parade
 - Canadian PM Justin Trudeau stole the show at this year's Vancouver Pride when he went out to meet with and celebrate the LGBT community.

Pokemon, LGBT, and gov't: The paradox of neoliberal Indonesia

Pokemon, LGBT, and gov't: The paradox of neoliberal Indonesia
 - Besides urging British companies to invest in Indonesia, he also reminded the guests that his administration has launched 11 economic policy ...

Academics feel blight of Brexit – from cancer research to peat projects

Academics feel blight of Brexit – from cancer research to peat projects
 - The British government has already invested millions of pounds in generating evidence to underpin a draft strategy for restoring the UK's peatlands ...

Thirteen things you might not know about Donald's wife

Thirteen things you might not know about Donald's wife
 - his advisors, as they were desperate to give off the impression that the Slovenian model was not just beautiful, but also smart and well-educated".

Students, educators and communities must unite for education and tell the Government we come ...

Students, educators and communities must unite for education and tell the Government we come ...
 - 'It's not a good time to be a student in the UK. With deeply worrying, ferociously growing racism and xenophobia, it can be a particularly inhospitable ...

We need to turn our schools into the business incubators of the future

We need to turn our schools into the business incubators of the future
 - This is the true springboard for social mobility, particularly as the UK ... Enterprise education must be high on the agenda of Justine Greening, the new ...

Biggins lated for calling bisexuals 'the worst type' of people

Biggins lated for calling bisexuals 'the worst type' of people
 - The pair were discussing homosexuality when Biggins asked Mob Wives star Renee what she thought. She said she had no problem with gay people but said: "I think today in society they kind of force things on people and they confuse you."

Should NHS fund drug that can prevent HIV?

Should NHS fund drug that can prevent HIV?
 - The High Court in London will today rule whether NHS England is right to refuse to fund a drug shown to reduce the risk of HIV infection by more than ...

7 Reasons Why It's Completely Your Choice

7 Reasons Why It's Completely Your Choice
 - According to The Breastfeeding Network UK, 20% of women are affected by mental illness either during pregnancy or in the 12 months after giving ...

Actor suicides prompt launch of ArtsMinds mental health website

Actor suicides prompt launch of ArtsMinds mental health website
 - ArtsMinds is a joint initiative between Equity, The Stage, the British ... industry professionals face in terms of mental health challenges was conducted.

Having a head for business can point to mental health problems

Having a head for business can point to mental health problems
 - So mental health conditions can serve as a draw into the world of ... A UK survey found that a quarter of small business owners have fallen ill due to ...

A Digital Recipe for Creative Ageing

A Digital Recipe for Creative Ageing
 - Vicki Hearn Vicki Hearn is Director of Nominet Trust, the UK's largest 'tech ... organisations taking the creative arts to older people, using digital tech.

Are the state pension triple lock's days numbered? PM says guarantee isn't under threat despite ...

Are the state pension triple lock's days numbered? PM says guarantee isn't under threat despite ...
 - It came after it emerged the idea of scrapping the pensions triple lock had been pushed by the former pensions minister. At present, payouts are guaranteed to grow by at least 2.5 per cent until 2020 – a major manifesto pledge by the Tories.

Churches guilty of 'favouring the young over the old'

Churches guilty of 'favouring the young over the old'
 - It lead to a new procedure that can end up in a young person having their name ... said the story should make us consider how we treat the elderly in the UK. ... "It's turning your mind to older people who have qualities that you don't ...

Cara Delevingne: 'If People Want To Say I'm Gay, That's Great'

Cara Delevingne: 'If People Want To Say I'm Gay, That's Great'
 - In her Vogue U.K. cover story, Delevingne said that she is “completely in love” with her girlfriend singer-songwriter Annie Clark, who performs under ...


Australians who are gay, lesbian or bisexual more likely to earn more

Australians who are gay, lesbian or bisexual more likely to earn more
 - The 2015 findings have surfaced following Today Extra's Sonia Kruger referring to a scholarship seeking lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and and intersex ...

Campaigners and critics react to PrEP court ruling

Campaigners and critics react to PrEP court ruling
 - Supporters and opposers to PrEP being provided on the NHS have aired their views on today's court ruling. NHS England have been told today by the ...

Saving our history while fighting in the here and now for our future

Saving our history while fighting in the here and now for our future
 - 2016 has already been a long and draining year for the LGBTI community in Australia – and we're only 7 months in. The first few months saw ...

The most important thing is to make sure Trump isn't elected'

The most important thing is to make sure Trump isn't elected'
 - However, despite his outspoken support for the LGBTI community, Levithan believes writers and artists are never obligated to become activists.

Zimbabwe prisons, Pakistan arrests, Belize delay

Zimbabwe prisons, Pakistan arrests, Belize delay
 - Dr. Henning Melber analyzed the 'heated debate' that lead up to the vote, exposing the challenges still faced by advocates for LGBTI equality.

LGBTI community opposed to a plebiscite

LGBTI community opposed to a plebiscite
 - Many LGBTI Australians surveyed believed the issue of marriage equality was for the parliament to legislate. With 62 per cent opposing the plebiscite ...

LGBT Australians don't want public marriage vote

LGBT Australians don't want public marriage vote
 - He said that a public vote on gay marriage would “delay marriage equality, not expedite it, and will damage the lives of vulnerable LGBTI people, not ...

Are you the most LGBT-friendly travel company in the UK?

Are you the most LGBT-friendly travel company in the UK?
 - This year's TTG Travel Awards is returning with an LGBT award, honouring the travel business that has made the most efforts to improve its LGBT ...

A few weeks ago, I was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 20 – I didn't expect being gay to make ...

A few weeks ago, I was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 20 – I didn't expect being gay to make ...
 - But it's not about me; it's about choice, and the wants and needs of other LGBT people in the same position in the UK. Being told “These rules don't ...

LGBT representation in television - Are we moving forward?

LGBT representation in television - Are we moving forward?
 - A lesbian relationship was consummated and then destroyed within ... We may think that the UK is generally a more accepting place than the US when ...

Sister Sledge on Brighton Pride, equality, and RuPaul's Drag Race

Sister Sledge on Brighton Pride, equality, and RuPaul's Drag Race
 - now Kim, Joni, and Debbie are bringing their signature funky sound and empowerment to their LGBT fans in one of the UK's biggest Pride events.

Has Progress Stalled for LGBT+ Inclusion in 2016?

Has Progress Stalled for LGBT+ Inclusion in 2016?
 - realisation last month that, following Christopher Bailey's departure from Burberry's CEO position, there are again no openly gay CEOs in the FTSE ...

Record numbers for this year's Liverpool Pride March

Record numbers for this year's Liverpool Pride March
 - And an estimated total of 25,000 revellers flocked to the area around St George's Hall to mark the annual celebration of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and ...

Three cheers for the gay marriage that ended the Isle of Man's dark history of bigotry

Three cheers for the gay marriage that ended the Isle of Man's dark history of bigotry
 - When Luke Carine was born on the Isle of Man 26 years ago, gay sex was punishable by life imprisonment. On Saturday, he married Zak Tomlinson in ...


Gays 'are better qualified for jobs', says study

Gays 'are better qualified for jobs', says study
 - Australians identifying as gay, lesbian or bisexual are better qualified and earn more, according to one of the few studies into the economic effects of sexuality, calling into question moves by a leading education foundation to link high school scholarships with sexual orientation.

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