Women on Top: Travel as a Tool for Inclusion

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“You forget how to be a couple when you’re pretending not to be together” BY MYGWORK, IMAGES BY ROBYN ELLIS Robyn Ellis understands just how important it is to be able to freely be yourself when you travel. Robyn is the Global Manager of Leadership and Delivery at Booking.com and spoke to Zoe Schulz from [….]

Women on Top: Visibility as a catalyst for change

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Jane Steed, Business Operations Manager at Capgemini, talks about visibility and why it is still so key in and outside of the workplace BY MYGWORK, IMAGES BY JANE STEED Jane founded Capgemini’s LGBTQ+ network, OUTfront, back in 2009 and has been at the forefront of pushing the group forwards, both in the UK and across [….]

#WorkFair: Connecting LGBTQ+ women with inclusive employers

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The next #WorkFair 2021 will take place on 17 November BY MYGWORK, IMAGE BY MYGWORK Advancing at work can be hugely challenging, especially for LGBTQ+ women. In fact, three in 20 LGBTQ+ women believe that their sexual orientation negatively impacts on career progression, according to a recent McKenzie study on the LGBTQ+ community in the [….]

McLaren Racing and Avanti West Coast collaborate with EqualEngineers to promote job opportunities for LGBTQI people

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Both companies will present at Conway Hall in Holborn on 3 November 🚗 BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY PIXABAY In an important moment for LGBTQI visibility in the workplace, McLaren Racing and Avanti West Coast are collaborating to improve job prospects for LGBTQI people. The project is coordinated by EqualEngineers, an enterprise that connects inclusive [….]

Rosanny Zayas: “The L Word opened my eyes in terms of what love could look like”

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The Generation Q star speaks exclusively to DIVA in this revealing new interview INTERVIEW BY ROXY BOURDILLON, IMAGE BY SHOWTIME October’s cover star is the one and only Rosanny Zayas, who plays the charming Sophie in The L Word: Generation Q. The lovable actor opens up to DIVA’s new editor Roxy Bourdillon about the power [….]

Sex Education opened up dialogues at home: Here’s why that’s a good thing

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How the show sparks up conversations on everything from consent to gender identity BY ELLA DEVEREUX, IMAGE BY DAVE BENETT WIREIMAGE “What is a strap on? Can we actually use the word Queer now? What does pansexual mean?” Nobody likes talking about sex with their parents. Sex has historically been seen as private, something spoken [….]

LGBTQIA+ students are increasingly optimistic about being out at university, finds Stonewall-UCAS study

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Is it that time of year again? Hello, Freshers’ Week! BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY PIXABAY University is often an opportunity for LGBTQIA+ individuals to embrace and explore their sexuality. New research shows that LGBTQIA+ students beginning university or college are, excitingly, increasingly viewing education as an opportunity to be open about their identity. Yay! [….]