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Colin Smith

This is Colin a gorgeous little boy who will live on in my heart forever. It’s because of him and the many others who were murdered by those responsible for their care that gives me the strength to fight for justice and the protection of future generations. Love to Jan & big Colin today and always. For those who do not […]

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Remembering Steve Dymond

DEATH OF STEVE DYMOND We are deeply saddened to have to tell you that Su Gorman’s husband, Steve Dymond, passed away in the early hours of this morning. Su wanted you all to know. Although Steve had responded well to the new treatment, and had ‘cleared’ the Hep C virus, his liver was very badly damaged, and over recent months […]

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Conversion Therapy Confronted In the UK

  Gay Conversion Therapy Associated with Suicide Risk New study provides concrete evidence that gay conversion therapy is dangerous. When I went to see the new film Boy Erased this week, half the audience was in tears. The movie depicts the devastating practice of gay conversion therapy, in which therapists or religious professionals try to “cure” young people of their homosexuality. At […]

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World Suicide Prevention Day 2018

    World Suicide Prevention Day 2018   Gay Times has teamed up with the Years & Years frontman for a new campaign to encourage LGBTQ youth to discuss issues surrounding their mental health more openly. The Flag We Shouldn’t Be Proud Of raises awareness of the harrowing statistics surrounded mental health around LGBTQ youth. In a call to action, […]

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Health: Monkeypox Detected In The UK

Monkeypox diagnosed in UK for first time Monkeypox has been diagnosed in the UK for the first time, a public health body warns. The rare viral infection does not spread easily between humans and most people recover within a few weeks. Public Health England (PHE) said the patient was a resident of Nigeria where the virus was probably contracted. The […]

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LGBT Domestic Violence/Abuse

LGBT Domestic Violence/Abuse   The UK Home Office defines domestic violence and abuse as: ‘Any incident, or pattern of incidents, of controlling, coercive, threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are, or have been, intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality.’ Domestic abuse can include, but is not limited to, the following: […]

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Drugs: Quick Reference Page

  A Quick Reference Page Drug information is available below and across the Haemosexual website     Special note: This site is all about harm reduction. We realise that some people will take drugs no matter what advice they are given. This guide is to be for information purposes only. It is not medical advice. If you are being coerced into […]

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