Queer Britain : Out On The Streets

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In the third episode on the UK’s BBC new ground-breaking TV series Queer Britain presenter YouTuber and journalist Riyadh Khalaf explores the issues behind the statistic that one in four young homeless people in Britain identifies as LGBTQ+. He meets rough sleeper Damian on the streets of Birmingham, follows John as he is re-housed into a temporary flat in Scotland, and speaks … Continue reading



Will Young talks to men In Bed

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  Openly gay Brit Pop Idol winner Will Young is jumping into bed with gay filmmaker Chris Sweeney to make a brand new podcast series called Homo Sapiens that will be launched on 25th July on Itunes and all the usual streaming platforms. Starting with an interview with journalist Owen Jones who will talk about how … Continue reading



50 Shades of Gay

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The celebrations in the UK to mark the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalization of homosexuality continue to grow, and now Channel 4 is about to broadcast a whole series of TV documentaries under the  50 Shades of Gay  banner The first one will be fronted by actor/writer Rupert Everett who will be giving his … Continue reading



Never to late to say I’m Sorry

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  “I’m sorry I pushed you away when you needed a mom most” is the poignant line spoken in a riveting new series of P.S.A.’s in the UK which feature people apologizing for rejecting their LGBT family members. The campaign is part of Channel 4’s 50 Shades of Gay season, which marks the 50th anniversary of the partial … Continue reading



BFI celebrates with 50 years of queer cinema

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  Everyone in the UK seems fully intent of not letting the 50th Anniversary of the passing of the Law to decriminalize homosexuality to slip by unnoticed.  Now the latest organization to join in is the British Film Institute (BFI) who, amongst other things, run BFI Flare London’s annual LGBT Film Festival. In an announcement … Continue reading



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