Franklin Graham has insisted he’s “not anti-gay” after Seattle Police refused to attend his dinner because of his homophobic views. The notoriously anti-LGBT+ preacher is hosting the aw enforcement appreciation dinner in Seattle next week, but there’s just one tiny problem: Seattle Police aren’t coming. The force initially accepted the invitation before rescinding it after officers … Continued
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Two men have been convicted for a vile “unprovoked attack” on a shop worker who was threatened with homophobic abuse. Nathan Jones, 34, and Shaun Aston, 26, spat the slurs “f****t” and “batty boy” at the victim on 27 February as he worked at the One Stop Shop in Cardiff, Wales. Jones had already been … Continued
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This is a discussion between a trans and cis lesbian about their connection to their lesbian identity. Emma is a trans woman and lesbian who is a social and political activist and green party member and Jenny Wartnaby just really, really likes girls and is doing a PhD about gender based violence. Emma: I guess for me, I’ve kinda always used the word lesbian by …
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This Lesbian Visibility Week, we at Pink Saltire wanted to share with you a queer artist in Scotland. Today, Richeldis (she/her) spoke to Abz Mills (she/they) – a very talented tattoo artist based in Kirkcaldy. Tell me a little bit about yourself! I’m Abz Mills, Im a queer biracial person living in Kirkcaldy. I also work in Kirkcaldy as a tattoo artist, I work at …
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This Lesbian Visibility Week we wanted to spotlight some of the incredibly talented lesbian creatives in Scotland. Today, Richeldis (she/her) spoke with Lynne Hunter (she/they) – the photographer behind Click Shutter Snap photography! Tell me a little bit about yourself! My names Lynne, I’m 29 and I’m based in Glasgow and I’m an amateur photographer. I take photos of everything and anything but my main …
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