NEW LGBT CHOIR TO CELEBRATE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE LAWS

NEW LGBT CHOIR TO CELEBRATE SAME-SEX MARRIAGE LAWS – The Fourth Choir (London’s newest LGBT choir) will celebrate the coming into force of the Westminster Marriage (Same-Sex Couples) Act with a concert to be held at Old Finsbury Town Hall on Friday 28 February.

Masti

MASTI is an opportunity for Asian Gay/Bi men to talk with other Asian Gay/Bi men. To discuss their experiences of sex, relationships and life, explore their culture, identity, religion and sexuality. The weekend will develop confidence to make stronger informed decisions by a mix of fun reflective activities in a confidential safe place.

LGBT History Month 2014: Your definitive guide to celebrating diversity in Manchester through music

LGBT History Month 2014: Your definitive guide to celebrating diversity in Manchester through music – Manchester has long been the spiritual home of Britain’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender population. Over the coming month people from far and wide will descend on the city for LGBT History Month, an annual celebration of the LGBT community that takes place in February

The Brutal, Bloody Horror of Gay Life in Putin’s Russia

The Brutal, Bloody Horror of Gay Life in Putin’s Russia – Ever since virulently homophobic Russian President Vladimir Putin pushed through a law effectively outlawing openly gay people, the country’s LGBTQ community has, predictably, been plagued by violence. Now a study published in Harvard University’s Health and Human Rights journal confirms what myriad horrific anecdotes suggest: Gay people in Russia are being beaten, raped, and murdered at record rates—and the government is doing little to stop it.

LGBT History Month, a.k.a. Human History Month

LGBT History Month, a.k.a. Human History Month – Who cares about lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people and their lives and accomplishments? We all should, writes BJ Epstein for the Huffington Post. But why? February is LGBT History Month in the UK. The aim of LGBT History Month is to recognise and celebrate all the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people who have contributed to society and to history, and to highlight relevant and important events and issues. Just as with Black History Month (October in the UK, February elsewhere), Women’s History Month (March), or other such heritage months (such as Jewish American Month in May in the US), LGBT History Month seeks to call attention to an often overlooked group of people.

You are part of a global movement – Quist

You are part of a global movement – Quist: Today marks six months since the Quist app was released for iOS and Android devices. 15,000 downloads later, they’re proud of the conversations and interest in LGBTQ history this project has helped generate.