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Jack Sexsmith Feb 28
With today being the last day of , I have a bit of an announcement to make. Check your tweets at 7.30pm πŸ’œπŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ¦„πŸ’œ
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Sam Feeney πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸΎβœŠοΈπŸŒΉ Feb 23
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Alzheimer's Society Feb 28
Mike cares for his husband Tom. He thinks it's vital that LGBT people can access dementia support. 'If I was shy and retiring I might find it really challenging to go into a room of 30 or 40 people and introduce us as the only gay couple' he says
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Dr Campbell Price Feb 28
Some thoughts for the last day of - Interpreting the Two Brothers (I): Alternative readings, brothers and lovers
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Edinburgh RapeCrisis Feb 28
As ends, we’ve blogged about our work supporting trans survivors & our support of . Read it here:
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SeΓ‘n Mag Uidhir Feb 28
Empty rhetoric from the British PM as her fan club in the DUP maintain a border in the Irish Sea against the rights of the LGBT community with her support for the DUP’s anti human rights agenda.
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Christ Church SU Feb 28
To celebrate the final day of we're delighted to announce that Lucy Spraggan will be performing at our Summer Ball! Frequently recognised as one of the leading lights in the LGBT community, we can't wait to see her in Canterbury on 19 May!
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Conservatives Feb 28
πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆLGBT+ rights are human rights. sets out what we've done and where we're going.
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Ben Ryder Feb 26
Today’s person of focus is human rights activist Charlotte Clymer who has done my favourite video of about herself. you can view it here:
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Sacha Coward Feb 26
Me and Zoe talking a bit about Queen Elizabeth and drag. 🀴🏻 πŸ‘ΈπŸ½
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SIGNAL LGBT+ SHUstaff Mar 1
A massive thank you to everyone who made possible at this year. It was a great programme of events that staff, students & the city's wider community attended.
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John Feb 28
It's time young people grow up in schools where they know being LGBT+ is not something to be ashamed of and where teachers know they can bring their whole selves to their work from @justlikeus_uk blog for
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myLGBTnetwork Feb 28
We are super proud that our LGBT Equality Lead @RoseyCox is getting an award at the Nottingham Rainbow Heritage Awards tonight for her fantastic contributions to LGBT rights in Nottingham πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆ
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Joe Porter πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ Feb 28
A brilliant : from discussing human rights across the Commonwealth with PM , supporting @Conyouthcic establish LGBT+ youth groups, baking a rainbow cake, to delivering a workshop to on being a Young Campaigner πŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸŒˆ
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Pippa Hallett Feb 27
I'm a white bi trans woman and I'm the Prides and Local Groups Lead for . When I stand down I want to see a network that is more diverse, that better engages BAME orgs & works with all LGBTI+ people & orgs. Action all year round
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The Open University Mar 6
One of our lecturers has set up a crowdfunding campaign to educate children about diverse families. Help make his book, about living with gay dads, available to as many schools and libraries as possible:
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Quakers in Britain Feb 27
Four years since the first same-sex marriage, nine years since our decision, 55 years since Towards a Quaker View of Sex – Michael Booth looks back at 60 years of work towards recognising same-sex relationships in Britain.
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Women and Equalities Feb 28
Today is the last day of . Here is a reminder of some facts to be proud of in the UK. The Equality Act 2010 prohibits discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation and gender reassignment.
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Professor Emeritus Sue Sanders Mar 18
massive THANKS to everyone involved at the OUTING THE PAST conference organisers speakers & participants truly mind bending, inspiring, inclusive and fun. Met lovely people who are so clearly making a massive positive contribution to LGBT+ people in all our diversities
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CC LGBT Network Feb 26
Our penultimate Role Model is SC Dan McKenzie. Dan, who is autistic, has been a special since 2016 and states he has always felt is an inclusive workplace. He feels that being himself helps to be the best he can be in his role
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