Trust me you’ll never look at a jacuzzi in the same way again.
A contributor to our Lost LGBT+ Scene project left this recollection of his first encounter at The Catacombs as an 18-year-old in the heydays of the early 70s. Vivid memories of The Catacombs….. At the tender age of 18, new […]
SOAPBOX / South Asian Drag has been kept behind the veil for far too long. Brown Drag Exists and it is time for it to be made visible in all spaces, virtual and physical. On the 11th April Buzzfeed released […]
Oh, the “Biograph” was a grubby, run-down, sordid, glorious place. I’d first heard about it in 1965, from friends that lived in Pimlico, and who constantly made jokes about the alleged goings-on. I already knew that I wouldn’t be averse […]
New research, published in The Lancet Child and Adolescent Health, has found that adolescents from sexual minorities (those attracted to same-sex or both sexes) in the UK are more likely to experience mental health problems, adverse social environments and negative health […]
We invite Dr Julianne Barry, to talk about the importance of testing for HIV this HIV Testing Week. Let’s talk about HIV. The topic may trigger unease in many – but it needs to be addressed. There is huge anxiety […]
A gay male friend told me recently that he returns to Pride in his home town of Bristol for the drinking, as there is nothing to protest about anymore. Given the rise of hate crimes over recent years, I pointed […]
Use of social networking sites and the prevalence of anxiety and depression is on the rise worldwide. But, is there a connection between social media and mental health concerns? Dr Shazia Bhatti, General Practitioner at the private GP clinic London […]
With the recent revelation that former Welsh rugby captain, Gareth Thomas has been diagnosed with HIV, here are Lizzie’s tips on what not to say, or how to approach someone who has HIV:
Surrogacy for LGBT+ couples – What you need to know
All strains of hepatitis are diseases that affect the liver – but they are very different viruses which means they all need to be treated differently.