TODAY IN GAY | Section 28 in England and Wales was repealed, 2003
One of the last pieces of Margaret Thatcher’s anti-gay legacy was scrapped by Tony Blair’s Labour party in 2003.
TODAY IN GAY | Arthur Rimbaud And Lover On French Stamps
Today In Gay History French poet Arthur Rimbaud has his love was immortalised by the way of postage stamps issued by the French postal service. Arthur Rimbaud was born in Marseille, France in 1854. He died from cancer just after his 37th birthday. Rimbaud was described as a restless soul who travelled on three continents […]
TODAY IN GAY: Dan Savage launches Savage Lovecast
Back in 2006- Podcasting was a brand new venture. It promised hours and hours of free content. You no longer had to stick to the radio schedules and everybody suddenly had the chance to become an internet radio presenter. Dan Savage started the Savage Lovecast in 2006 and it has become one of the most […]