Tag Archives: Bi History

British Museum’s LGBT exhibition reaches the Midlands

Desire, love, identity: exploring LGBTQ histories – an exhibition of LGBT+ community artefacts and ephemera put together by the British Museum – is touring the UK through late 2018 and early 2019. This week it arrives in Nottingham at the National Justice Museum. From March 15 it moves to Bolton, before spending the summer in Norwich. The organisers promise: “Modern […]

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Bi Can Help: with Bi History

The Bisexual History Project have a big task before them – assembling an “on this day in history” event for every day of the year with a bi link. It’s something every local bi group or event can help with. You just need to do a bit of research (papery or online) and submit your dates, links, photos and summaries […]

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LGBT History Month

This February I was happy to be guest speaker at a couple of events for LGBT History Month.  The first, the National Festival of LGBT History, sprawled across three days and four venues – two community centres, a library and a museum.  The second was one of a series of talks organised by the local university LGBT staff network. Both […]

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