Just a really cool list of meetups, groups and resources for bisexuals

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If you’re bi+ and looking to connect with the community, check out this list! BY DIVA STAFF Community is a key contributor towards a good state of mental wellbeing. Here are some awesome resources available to bisexuals within the UK. Whether you’re looking for crafts, workshops or mental health resources – there’s something for you [….]

Get ready for the UK’s first major LGBTQI event since lockdown

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Featuring X Factor’s Marcus Collins and Amelia Lily, Drag Race queen Cheryl Hole and 90s legends S Club, the celeb-studded show will raise vital funds for Liverpool Pride Foundation BY MARTINE HESS X Factor star Marcus Collins is set to perform at the UK’s first major LGBTQI event since lockdown, in support of charity work [….]

“Heartbroken” organisers cancel Brighton Pride for a second year

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“We are devastated at having to make this decision” BY DIVA STAFF One of the UK’s biggest and most successful Pride events has been cancelled for a second year over “uncertainties” around the pandemic, say organisers.  Brighton Pride was due to take place 7-8 August, one of several larger Pride events announced for 2021, including [….]

Everything you need to know about this year’s Lesbian Visibility Week

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The definitive guide to a week of events, laughter and learning, powered by DIVA, Stonewall and Facebook BY HARRIET ARGENT Monday 26 April marks the start of our annual Lesbian Visibility Week, the only national campaign and event targeted at LGBTQI women. DIVA is the leading magazine for women who love women in Europe, so [….]

A review of Comets ahead of the Femspectives Film Festival

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“The film considers the complexities of two teenage girls exploring their sexuality while living in a sheltered community” BY HARRIET ARGENT This weekend (23-25 April 2021) marks the third annual Femspectives Film Festival, an event providing a platform for feminist storytelling and conversations around social issues and politics. We’re taking a closer look at one [….]

What we’re watching at this year’s Femspectives Feminist Film Festival

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Femspectives kicks off on 23 April and we can’t wait BY HARRIET ARGENT Taking place entirely online this year due to Covid restrictions, the Glasgow-based festival is themed around “dreaming”, with films touching on the wide and varying ways to dream and envision the past, present and future.  Founders of the event, Lauren Clarke and [….]