Thinking about starting a #rainbowfamily?

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Find out about the experiences of other women with donor-conceived children in this closed Facebook group 🌈 BY CRYOS INTERNATIONAL Thinking about starting a family using donor sperm? Not sure where to start or who to turn to? Then this Facebook group might just be for you. Facebook Group, Family Dreams, is a space created [….]

Skinnydip celebrate Pride in style raising over £4000 for LGBTQI charities

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100% of the profits from their #HATESUCKS limited edition Pride collection will go to charities chosen by LGBTQI activists BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS This year, Skinnydip London did Pride bigger and better than ever before. Their #BeyondTheRainbow campaign had one main goal – to educate, inspire and create a safe space for the LGBTQI community to [….]

Susie McCabe: “Comedy is changing”

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The Scottish comedian talks to DIVA about sexism in stand up and the importance of being vocal as a working class lesbian BY HEATHER PRICE When I speak with award-winning stand up comedian Susie McCabe, she was is ever so slightly hungover, having picked up two major gongs at the Scottish Comedy Awards 2019 the [….]

On building a sense of belonging in the workplace

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“It can be a daunting and sometimes overwhelming task to decide whether we should come out to new colleagues” BY LAURA DEVANEY, CO-FOUNDER OF OPEN&OUT AT JOHNSON & JOHNSON We all know the feeling when starting a new role. No matter how confident you may be in your abilities, there’s often a small part of [….]

Talking about the B word? (That’s babies, by the way)

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If you’re considering which path to take to becoming a same-sex parenting dream team – this is a good place to start BY BIRMINGHAM LGBT For some couples consisting of two LBQ+ women, starting a family may be a topic that is frequently discussed. Still, deciding which route to take in order to achieve this [….]

On Pride and the rise of the Right

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“In 2019, Pride is about celebrating our identity – not to mention our very right to exist” BY KATHRYN BREITNER, LGBT+ FOR PEOPLE’S VOTE. IMAGE TOYA DELAZY AT PRIDE IN LONDON Fifty years after the Stonewall uprising, Pride festivals are the world’s most colourful, glittery and exuberant affairs. They’re so fabulous in fact, that even [….]