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  • lgbt history month 2019
    Long Reads

    Everything you need to know about being a good LGTBQIA+ ally

    For LGBT History Month 2019, Crystal Rasmussen writes on the true power of being an ally

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    Crystal Rasmussen
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  • Visible Women

    10 queer female icons we should remember this LGBT History Month

    From Audre Lorde to Marsha P Johnson, these women owned their identities in the face of discrimination.

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    Moya Crockett and Sarah Shaffi
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  • celebrity instagrams
    People

    The best A-list Instagrams from the week so far

    From Cara Delevingne’s famous godmother to International Cat Day celebrations...

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    Nicola Rachel Colyer
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  • Life

    Why these shocking pictures of Brighton beach have gone viral

    Why don’t people just pick up litter?

    Posted by
    Susan Devaney
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  • People

    The best A-list Instagrams from the week so far

    From Malala Yousafzai’s first Instagram post to the stars’ World Cup despair

    Posted by
    Nicola Rachel Colyer
    Published
  • Life

    Why lesbian women are sharing messages of solidarity with trans people

    The hashtag #LWithTheT began trending after controversial events at Pride in London.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
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  • Long Reads

    Amy Lamé: How a LGBT+ bookshop helped me feel welcome in London

    “It was so heartening to feel 'seen' as a community”

    Posted by
    Amy Lame
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  • Visible Women

    This is what LGBT+ women want you to remember this Pride

    Seven trailblazing female activists and campaigners discuss the true meaning of Pride.

    Posted by
    Moya Crockett
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  • Long Reads

    Juno Dawson: It’s time to put an end to transphobic abuse

    "We’ve worked really hard and sacrificed a lot to be who we are"

    Posted by
    Juno Dawson
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  • Long Reads

    Munroe Bergdorf: Call yourself an LGBT ally? Here’s what you’re missing

    "People think that because they don’t experience discrimination, it must not be happening. But ignorance is bliss."

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    Munroe Bergdorf
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