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Converse serves big bisexual energy with ‘I heart boys and girls’ sneakers for Valentine’s Day

Converse is celebrating Valentine’s Day with sneakers which – depending on your point of view – scream either “bi rights!” or “give us your money, queers!” The Nike-owned shoemaker dropped three new styles emblazoned with an “I boys I girls” motif. Retailing at $65, the shoes conveniently arrive a month before Valentine’s Day. Finally, bi people (whether in mixed- or same-gender relationships) will be able to celebrate the most capitalist of holidays in footwear that screams “We’re here! We’re queer! We’re disappointed that these shoes see gender in such a...
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The Home Office told this man he wasn’t ‘gay enough’ to stay in the UK. Now, he’s been given asylum in time for Christmas

A 67-year-old man who the Home Office said wasn’t “gay enough” to stay in the UK has received an early Christmas present – asylum status from the government. Yew Fook Sam, known as Sam, lives in Kirkby, Liverpool, and has lived in fear of being deported to Malaysia, where homosexuality is illegal, for the past three years. When he heard about being granted asylum, Sam told the Liverpool Echo: “I am so happy. I was crying and screaming with joy when I got the phone call from my lawyer. This...
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Christian group accused of promoting conversion therapy met by rainbow wave of peaceful protesters

A meeting of a Christian group accused of handing out leaflets promoting conversion therapy at LGBT+ events has been protested by Pride in Surrey. Members of the Bethel Christian Assembly attended the recent Winter Pride and also the inaugural Pride in Surrey, and were seen approaching a number of LGBT+ people and handing them literature and talking about conversion therapy. The religious group allegedly told these LGBT+ people that being gay is wrong and can be cured. A small group of people organised by Pride in Surrey peacefully protested a...
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Birmingham Pride will pay tribute to the 331 transgender people murdered around the world this year

Birmingham Pride 2020 has announced its theme as “Stronger Together,” with the event set to honour the 331 trans and gender diverse people killed around the world in the past year. Organisers plan to make a stand against anti-trans separatist groups such as the LGB Alliance which are attempting to ostracise trans people from the queer community. “Over 50 years ago at the Stonewall Riots, it was the trans community that started the riots, sparking the modern-day gay liberation movement, where gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and other queer activists stood...
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