Dodie Clark, only human

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Carrie Lyell chats to the singer-songwriter about feelings, fame and forgiveness Dorothy “Dodie” Clark is a singer-songwriter, bestselling author and internet celeb, who, to most of the millennials in the crowd, will need no introduction at all. Arguably the most successful DIY artist of recent times, this softly spoken 23-year-old from Epping has built a [….]

Stonewall reveals its Top 100 LGBT employers in the UK

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Inclusive employers include MI5, Lloyds Banking Group and Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service Leading LGBT charity Stonewall reveals law firm Pinsent Masons has been named the most inclusive employer in the UK in their Top 100 Employers list for 2019. The Top 100 is the UK’s leading list ranking employers from across public, private and third [….]

9 gloriously queer things 2019 has in store for us

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Fare thee well #20GAYteen, hello #20BIteen ✨ BY NICOLE GARCIA MERIDA KILLING EVE. INSTAGRAM. Ever since Hayley Kiyoko – aka Lesbian Jesus – declared 2018 the year of the gays, quite literally, #20GAYteen, bi+ folk have taken it upon themselves to declare this new year #20BIteen. And as it happens, it looks to be another promising [….]

Not in our name

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Lesbian, bi and queer media unite to send a message of solidarity to the trans community BY DIVA STAFF  Following further vitriolic attacks on trans people in our media, the world’s leading publications for lesbians are coming together to send an unapologetic message of support and solidarity to the trans community. DIVA, Curve, Autostraddle, LOTL, [….]

DIVA Power List 2019 will take place on Lesbian Visibility Day ✨

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Celebrating lez/bi achievement, DIVA’s yearly event will take place in London on #LDoV BY DIVA STAFF  On Friday 26 April 2019, known internationally as Lesbian Day Of Visibility, DIVA Power List returns – and it’s bigger and better than ever! While lesbian, bisexual and trans women are more visible than ever before – whether that’s within [….]

Why are young women and non-binary people so scared of the future?

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A brand new study reveals worrying stats BY NICOLE GARCIA MERIDA  A staggering 65% of young women have a mental health condition before they start university, yet only 10% of them disclosed this to their university, a recent study has shown. The survey, conducted by Scottish organisation Fearless Femme, revealed that these issues are only [….]