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Thursday, 23 February 2017

Male business execs are 'less likely to hire' gay employees

Male business execs are 'less likely to hire' gay employees
- A study has found that female business execs are more likely to hire LGB employees than their male counterparts. The finding comes from researchers ...

Female bosses more likely to hire gay and lesbian candidates, study finds

Female bosses more likely to hire gay and lesbian candidates, study finds
- Female bosses are more likely to hire gay and lesbian job candidates over heterosexuals a new UK study has suggested. Researchers claimed it is ...

Reckless” Trump reverses Trans bathroom protections

Reckless” Trump reverses Trans bathroom protections
- The rights of trans Americans have been officially curtailed after President Donald Trump's administration rescinded the guidelines about trans ...

Christians must vote with their conscience

Christians must vote with their conscience
- On March 2, Northern Ireland will vote in an election that will affect the fate of many future unborn and the legal status of gay marriage in this country.

Brexit optimism highest among people who love setting fire to things

Brexit optimism highest among people who love setting fire to things
- PEOPLE who love starting fires and watching others run for their lives are the most upbeat about Brexit, it has emerged. As relations between Britain ...

'There's a risk of a complete breakdown'

'There's a risk of a complete breakdown'
- The Brexit talks risk a "complete breakdown" of relations between the UK and Europe, warned one of Britain's most senior former ...

The Bank of England is in denial. Brexit shows people don't act rationally

The Bank of England is in denial. Brexit shows people don't act rationally
- The failure to spot this irrationality had led policymakers to forecast that the British economy would slow after last June's Brexit referendum. Instead ...

Brexit negotiations might take 10 years – if we're lucky

Brexit negotiations might take 10 years – if we're lucky
- As the hearing ran into its third hour, almost all heads went down. The glamour of serving on the Brexit select committee had long since begun to pall.

Poorer Health Linked to Living Longer with HIV Diagnosis

Poorer Health Linked to Living Longer with HIV Diagnosis
- According to NAM, older participants were more likely to be male, white, born in the UK, had been living with diagnosed HIV for at least 10 years, were ...

Young Crediton man is helping to stop the spread of HIV in Zambia

Young Crediton man is helping to stop the spread of HIV in Zambia
- The former Queen Elizabeth's Academy pupil, travelled to Zambia as part of the International Citizen Service (ICS) programme, funded by UK aid.


Adopted Romanian orphans 'still suffering in adulthood'

Adopted Romanian orphans 'still suffering in adulthood'
- Many young children adopted from Romanian orphanages by UK families in the early 90s are still experiencing mental health problems even in ...

Men Urged To 'Fight Their Mate's Corner' When It Comes To Mental Health

Men Urged To 'Fight Their Mate's Corner' When It Comes To Mental Health
- New research shows that there's a persistent gap between how men and women view mental health. One third (31%) of guys say they'd feel ...

There's no link between cats and mental health problems

There's no link between cats and mental health problems
- Over the past few years, cats have increasingly attracted media attention due to a number of scientific studies reporting that a Toxoplasma Gondii (T.

Indonesia's four richest men worth as much as poorest 100 million

Indonesia's four richest men worth as much as poorest 100 million
- People scavenge at a rubbish tip in Medan. Some 93 million Indonesians are living below the World Bank's 'moderate' poverty line of $3.10 a day.

Trump government lifts transgender toilet guidance

Trump government lifts transgender toilet guidance
- In a letter to the nation's schools, the justice and education departments said the earlier guidance "has given rise to significant litigation regarding ...

Is drastic fall in student numbers pushing UK to end cap on visa?

Is drastic fall in student numbers pushing UK to end cap on visa?
- Students are free to access world-class education in top notch UK universities, the British High Commissioner to India has said.

Retirement homes see opportunity in elderly homosexual target

Retirement homes see opportunity in elderly homosexual target
- Manchester, the second city in the UK, after London, will open the first retirement home in the country dedicated to elderly who are lesbian, bisexual, ...

The Senegalese doctor who fled persecution for helping LGBT people, but resettled in Bermondsey

The Senegalese doctor who fled persecution for helping LGBT people, but resettled in Bermondsey
- Amy and Daniel saw an article about the Refugees at Home scheme, and decided that 'a little help from local people like us can go a really long way'.

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council fly Pride flag for first time in its history to support ...

Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council fly Pride flag for first time in its history to support ...
- The bright flag has been raised as the council shows its support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people in the borough and as part ...

People are ripping the Trump administration for withdrawing Obama-era guidance on transgender ...

People are ripping the Trump administration for withdrawing Obama-era guidance on transgender ...
- The response to the Trump administration's withdrawal of some Obama-era transgender protections prompted swift and sharp rebukes from LGBT ...

Manchester city council to create UK's first LGBT retirement home

Manchester city council to create UK's first LGBT retirement home
Manchester city council has announced plans to create the UK's first retirement community aimed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.

Suicide rate research 'adds weight' to same sex marriage push

Suicide rate research 'adds weight' to same sex marriage push
- Many LGBTI people have poor mental health — not because there is anything wrong with them, but because of the stigma and discrimination they ...

Experts discuss violence against LGBTs in the Americas

Experts discuss violence against LGBTs in the Americas
- The rare West Coast gathering of experts included Commissioner Francisco Eguiguren, the first vice chair and rapporteur on the rights of LGBTI ...

Christian group targets people who like 'Gay Pride' on Facebook with creepy 'ex-gay' advert

Christian group targets people who like 'Gay Pride' on Facebook with creepy 'ex-gay' advert
- He then begins to use words in the video, likely specifically chosen, to sway those who believe in pro-LGBTI statements. 'When I was living that gay life ...

Nearly 1 in 3 British people believe being gay is a choice

Nearly 1 in 3 British people believe being gay is a choice
- A poll by YouGov found that 31 percent of people from the UK believe homosexuality is a choice, despite scientific evidence suggesting otherwise.

Manchester to create LGBT retirement community

Manchester to create LGBT retirement community
- Manchester city council has announced plans to create the UK's first ... rapid growth in the number of LGBT residents over 65 in the next two decades.

Retired WNBA star says she was bullied and attacked by fellow players because she was STRAIGHT

Retired WNBA star says she was bullied and attacked by fellow players because she was STRAIGHT
- She claims she was physically and emotionally abused by her fellow players because she was not gay and has chosen to embrace her femininity.

Stonewall launches new jobs hub for LGBT+ jobseekers

Stonewall launches new jobs hub for LGBT+ jobseekers
- “LGBT staff are a huge part of this, however potential applicants are often anxious about approaching employers, in case there is an issue with ...

Intimate Photos Of Men Who Use Grindr Explore The Online World As A 'Safe Space' For LGBT Youth

Intimate Photos Of Men Who Use Grindr Explore The Online World As A 'Safe Space' For LGBT Youth
- A photographer has taken a series of candid images of men who use Grindr to explore how the online world has become a “safe space” for young, gay ...

Schools are 'not the place' for education on LGBT issues

Schools are 'not the place' for education on LGBT issues
- A Tory MP has come out against LGBT-inclusive sex and relationship education, saying that schools are not the place for LGBT issues.

1930s London gay club to be recreated in Soho by the National Trust

1930s London gay club to be recreated in Soho by the National Trust
- London's West End has served as the epicentre of Britain's queer scene for centuries, and as the country prepares to mark 50 years since the partial ...

Trump expected to revoke rules on transgender bathrooms - draft document

Trump expected to revoke rules on transgender bathrooms - draft document
- A sign protesting a recent North Carolina law restricting transgender bathroom access adorns the bathroom stalls at the 21C Museum ...

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