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Dover Pride: the line up

The excitement is building with the inaugural Dover Pride just 4 weeks away on Saturday 31st August. The day begins with the rainbow festooned Dover Pride March itself, which leaves Market Square in Dover at 11pm arriving at Dover Town Hall in time for the entertainment which starts at midday, in both the town hall and the adjacent Biggin Hall. With anticipation rising it is now time to reveal the […]

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GayStarNews is closing down

LGBTQ+ media company Gay Star News has shuttered with the news organisation entering insolvency. Around 20 jobs have been axed and staff were told the news two days before payday,according to BBC News LGBT correspondent Ben Hunte. The title's news editor, Joe Morgan, said he was devastated by the closure and urged outlets to hire the staff to bolster their LGBTQ+ coverage. PinkNews and Attitude are among the publications that […]

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These two Indian grooms had a traditional Hindu wedding and people are loving it

Amit Shah, a choreographer and founder of a dance company recently married Aditya Madiraju who works for a risk management company. And while their wedding pics are stunning as most are, the images of their special day has gone viral. Because the couple, originally from India and now living in New Jersey, U.S, had a traditional Hindu ceremony. The fact that they wed at a Hindu temple was particularly special […]

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London: in August the first PARAPRIDE

The inaugural London ParaPride 2019 is on Saturday 17th August at the ROYAL VAUXHALL TAVERN The very first fully accessible and all-inclusive Pride aimed primarily at disabled people, but not exclusively. AnLGBTQ+eventthat will cater for different types of disabilities: physical, sensory and non-visible. ParaPride isa newly established charity that focuses on the intersection between the disabled and LGBTQ+ communities. Wewant to ensure the experience of all members of the disabled […]

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Belfast Pride


Belfast Pride: Council votes against sending delegation

A motion for a council to take part in Belfast's Pride parade has been overturned. In June, a Sinn Fin motion was passed by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council, which proposed that a group of representatives would take part in the event in August. But, on Monday, it was quashed with largely unionist backing. Sinn Fin councillor Catherine Nelson said LGBT ratepayers "deserve equality and parity of esteem". […]

today24th July 2019


Quantum Darwinism, an Idea to Explain Objective Reality, Passes First Tests

Its not surprising that quantum physics has a reputation for being weird and counterintuitive. The world were living in sure doesnt feel quantum mechanical. And until the 20th century, everyone assumed that the classical laws of physics devised by Isaac Newton and others according to which objects have well-defined positions and properties at all times would work at every scale. But Max Planck, Albert Einstein, Niels Bohr and their contemporaries […]

today23rd July 2019 4


Nina West spills the T about “All Stars”

Since Nina West was controversially eliminated on Drag Race’s 11th season in sixth place earlier this year, fans of the series have demanded for the star to make a comeback on an upcoming season of All Stars. The legendary performer won two challenges and provided fans with a much-needed dose of “old school” comedy and camp, ultimately becoming one of the most beloved queens in the show’s HERstory. GayTimes have […]

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Japan elects first openly-gay politician to national parliament

'This acknowledges that we are here’ politician Taiga Ishikawa said of LGBTI people as he won a seat in Japan’s Upper House Japan on Monday (22 July) elected its first openly-gay politician to the country’s national parliament. LGBTI rights activist turned lawmaker Taiga Ishikawa won a seat for the main opposition Constitutional Democratic Party of Japan (CDPJ) in the Upper House. ‘I was calling for the acknowledgment of LGBT people […]

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Thousands take part in Pride march through Glasgow city centre

The Mardi Gla Pride march is the latest in a series of events taking place around the world marking the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots. It is the first of two marches in support of the LGBT community expected to take place in Glasgow this summer. Police and organisers said about 7,000 people were taking part in the celebration. Last year's event was hit by serious problems when people […]

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