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Parliament talks LBT Health


The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Global LGBT+ Rights, in partnership with the National LGB&T Partnership, will hold a panel discussion on lesbian, bi and trans women’s health inequalities later this week. The event is to be chaired by APPG LGBT+ Vice-Chair Baroness Barker, and is being held in part to mark Lesbian, Bisexual, and Trans Women’s Health Week. Liz Barker […]

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London: City Hall to talk LBT Health

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is hosting an event targeted at LGBTQ+ women as part of International Women’s Week and LBT Women’s Health Week. The meeting will run from 10.00am to 1.00pm this Tuesday 10 March 2020, at City Hall. The aim of the event is to raise awareness about LGBTQ+ women’s health inequalities, to make it easier for […]

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Bi: Britain’s Fastest Growing Sexuality

Latest figures show Britain has more bisexuals – and fewer straight people – than ever before. Research released yesterday by the Office for National Statistics charts the number of people identifying as bi, straight or gay in their annual surveys – and the proportion of the population identifying as bi is up again, now to 0.9% of the population. In […]

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Here’s Why: LBT Women’s Heath Week

It’s Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Women’s Health Week – running from Monday (March 9th) through to Friday 13th. It is there to highlight how – taken as a whole – bi, lesbian and trans women face particular and bigger health challenges than their cishetero sisters. In turn this is one of the areas where the growing trend over the last […]

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LGBT Book Fest Set for June

The 11th annual LGBT Bold Strokes Book Festival is set for the first weekend of June. Tickets are £3 per day for the event which runs across Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th June. It is in the centre of Nottingham on the top floor of the local Waterstones bookshop. Authors presenting this year include Anna Larner, Mickey Brent, Crin Claxton, […]

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Raining on our Parade: St Patrick’s Day Bi Ban

News from New York: the Staten Island St Patrick’s Day parade went ahead yesterday – without one of its stars. Miss Staten Island had come out as bisexual ahead of the weekend – perhaps inspired in part by the parade organisers’ ruling in February this year that LGBT+ groups were not allowed to take part on the grounds that to […]

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