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150 A-level students identified as non-binary this year

More than 150 students identified as non-binary when sitting their A-level exams this year, according to two of the UK’s leading exam boards. It’s the first time that the number of non-binary A-level candidates has been publicly shared since exam boards Edexcel and OCR made changes to the the way they classify gender in 2018. The changes mean that students who don’t identify as “male” or “female” can opt out of the binary system and choose a gender-neutral option instead. Edexcel also removed gender categories completely from the documents that...
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UK’s first-ever permanent rainbow crossing unveiled in London

@LaFlaneuress For the first time, a permanent rainbow crossing in solidarity with the LGBT+ community has been installed on a street in London. The crossing – which is actually four separate rainbow crossings, across four lanes of major roads – has been unveiled in Lambeth, a south London borough, and was officially opened today (August 16). Councillor Sonia Winifred, Lambeth cabinet member for Equalities and Culture, said: “This is a colourful and fun symbol of Lambeth’s inclusivity.  “We’re proud of our LGBT+ community and have a tradition of championing equality and...
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