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HIV / AIDS News

  HIV / AIDS News August Hunky Broadway star Hernando Umana: “I am a proud gay man living with HIV” It had been drilled in my head that gay people get HIV because of wrong doings and they deservingly die from it. Well I’m here to shut that sh*t down. There is NOTHING wrong with me and I am healthier […]

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Brighton Pride 2018

    Brighton Pride 2018 Freedom To Live Haemosexual Wishes You A Happy Brighton Pride 2018 Pride Day -1 Churchill Square     PRIDE PARADE The Pride Community Parade is one of the biggest and brightest events in Brighton & Hove’s diary, with over 300,000 people pouring out into the city’s streets to participate in and watch on as an all-singing, […]

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Sophie Cook & LGBT+ News

  SOPHIE COOK’S LGBT NEWS       Keep up to date with other LGBT+ items on Latest TV     Published on 9 Aug 2017 A dog walker and groomer from Brighton has won Mr. Gay Europe.  Matt Rood, named Mr. Gay England after a nationwide contest, competed against other national winners over 5 days in stockholm sweden.  Mr […]

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Pride in Brighton & Hove 2017

@PrideBrighton   #SummerOfLove2017   #CarnivalOfDiversity    #FreedomToLive       Hello Brighton             Pride in Brighton & Hove News Top Stories Happy Pride Brighton & Hove 2017 from Haemosexual  #SummerOfLove2017    #CarnivalOfDiversity    #FreedomToLive Brighton Pride: Crowds gather for celebrations About 300,000 people are gathering in Brighton for the annual Pride event. The Pet Shop Boys will headline the […]

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NEWS: Pride not prejudice as the UK’s first LGBT TV channel launches

  Pride not prejudice as the UK’s first LGBT TV channel launches Latest TV, the UK based TV channel with Europe’s first ever transgender newscaster is continuing their equalities and diversity mission by the creation of the UK’s first ever LGBT TV terrestrial channel! Broadcasting from February 2017 Latest LGBT+ TV will be bringing the best in LGBT news and entertainment to viewers’ TV screens on Freeview Channel […]

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World AIDS Day 2016

World AIDS Day 2016   December 1st is World Aids Day, a day when we think of people around the world who have been infected with HIV and those who lost their fight. This year, as in the past, there will be candlelit processions, vigils, articles in the press and so on.  Publicity surrounding HIV has changed over the years […]

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Travel – Focus On – Brighton

Brighton’s Gay Scene At the end of the eighteenth century Brighton attracted the interests of many men due to the huge numbers of soldiers based in and around the once small fishing town, during the Napoleonic wars. These men faced great hostility, as well as risking their lives, with numerous documented examples of brutality for those seeking same sex interactions. […]

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