Reports Bristol And Beyond
Pressure over Airbus partnership has led to talks between organisers and campaigners
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As the summer Pride season starts, it is worth remembering that British society was not always tolerant of homosexuality.
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Drag queens performed to their toughest audience yet at Parson Street Primary School for World Book Day.
Lorna Stephenson argues that companies such as Babcock should not be allowed to ‘pink-wash’ their dealings with repressive regimes by sponsoring Pride events.
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A culture of disbelief towards LGBT asylum seekers means the safety and acceptance provided by support groups like Bristol Pride Without Borders is vital.
"You're sexually confused": Historically, LGBT+ people have been treated appallingly by mental health professionals and institutions, and the situation is still problematic today, says Luke Carter.
A non-binary perspective on the south-west’s first ever Trans Pride event.
The landscape is changing for Bristol’s LGBT+ kids, but they need support
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