The Long Road to Decriminalisation

>40 years ago this month, a campaiging Welsh Labour MP by the name of Leo Abse managed to guide a Bill through both Houses of Parliament. By a combination of smart tactics and appealing to politicians to pity those ‘less fortunate’ than themselves, he got them to agree to a partial decriminalisation of male homosexual relations. It brought an end …

Meek 60′s

>1967 was undeniably an important year for gay rights. The change in the law however came too late for some. On 3 February of that year, the pioneer record producer and songwriter, Joe Meek killed himself, aged 37. Arguably he was mentally ill, suffering from paranoia. His homosexuality, at a time when it was illegal, and the police’s interest in …

Gay Wheels

>Le Tour de France is in London Town this week-end. Throngs of people are taking advantage of the blocked off streets in the centre of town and even the sun has decided to put in a appearance. This is as good an opportunity as any to take a look at cycling from a gay perspective. The world of sports is …

Trans Treatment Satisfaction Survey

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George Melly: Singer, Writer, Fisherman, ‘Tart’

> George Melly 1926 – 2007 George Melly, jazz musician, writer, bon viveur and bisexual, who was born on 17th August 1926, died yesterday 5th July 2007. Melly had been suffering from lung cancer but he refused all treatment and carried on delighting his fans on stage. His last performance was only four weeks ago. He was also suffering from …

Lecture: Daphne Du Maurier

>To mark the centenary of her birth, the National Portriat Gallery is hold a lecture examining the life of Daphne du Maurier, author of many bestselling novels including The Breaking Point(1959) and The Birds, which was later adapted to become a successful Alfred Hitchcock film in 1963. Sunday 8 July, 15.00 National Portrait Gallery Ondaatje Wing Theatre Speaker: Sylvia Paskin …

Equal Power 2028

>2028 will mark the centenary of the Equal Franchise Act, which gave women the vote on equal terms to men. Yet today women are still missing from positions of power.Snapback Hats Wholesale. Research from Cranfield business school shows that, in 2007, women hold just 7.2% of all FTSE 100 directorships. Non-executive women directors are making slightly better inroads into male-dominated …

LGBT History Month at Pride London

> LGBT History Month joined the National Union of Teachers and Schools OUT at London Pride 2007 on Saturday 30 June. We hope to have a presence at all the Pride events nationwide.Cheap Snapbacks Free Shipping. Please look out for us and pay us a visit. We are very keen to hear what you think of LGBT History Month and …

Beautiful Things

>From 6 July 2007, anyone visiting the revamped home of the British Film Institute on the Southbank in London will be able to view an extraordinary diversity of films and TV programmes exploring queer identities across the last century.Wholesale Snapback. In the dark old days of British film and television any appearance from a lesbian or gay man was something …

LGBT History Month Report 2007

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