The Vagina Museum is coming to London ✨

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Get ready folks – it’s set to open its doors to the public in Camden Market this autumn BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS, IMAGE BY NICOLE RIXON It’s finally happening, everyone! The Vagina Museum is really coming and we couldn’t be more excited.  The Vagina Museum will host its first exhibition, “Muff Busters: Vagina Myths And How [….]

Indya Moore: “We need people to care about us”

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The star of Pose opens up about being black and transgender BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS, IMAGE VIA INSTAGRAM Indya Moore has soared to stardom over the past few years in the hit show Pose, which is all about 80s ballroom culture and centres trans women of colour. Moore is also, as they put it, “a black [….]

Cara Delevingne on her “sacred relationship” with Ashley Benson

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Three months after confirming they’re a couple, Cara reveals why they kept things private BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS, IMAGE VIA INSTAGRAM Cara Delevingne and Ashely Benson’s relationship has been the subject of intense media attention. It comes as no surprise as the pair are huge celebrities, but it is rare to see out and proud queer [….]

British public widely supportive of LGBT-inclusive education, research finds

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Stonewall urge the public to “come out” in support of inclusive education as the new school year begins BY SOPHIE GRIFFITHS New research by nfpSynergy and commissioned by Stonewall, showed that 60% of the British public support primary school teachers educating students about LGBTQI families.  Among those aged 16–24 years old, support was even higher [….]

Domestic abuse: How to protect yourself online

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Former DCI Louise Fleckney offers advice on protecting ourselves from digital domestic abuse  BY LOUISE FLECKNEY As society evolves, so does crime. Just as we invent a new way to enjoy ourselves, someone turns that to their advantage, or warps the outcome, or somehow maligns the original intention and so a new crime is born, [….]

OPINION: As a gay police officer, I’ve seen the force change first hand

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Former DCI Louise Fleckney reflects on the “rainbow strides” made by the police in dealing with same-sex domestic abuse over the last 20 years BY LOUISE FLECKNEY In a police career spanning nearly two decades, I have seen the full range with which domestic abuse can present itself. From low-level verbal arguments – the stuff [….]