Your second year (and very queer) agony aunt

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Lily Sheldon offers advice to first years starting uni BY LILY SHELDON, IMAGE BY ZEN CHUNG So after a year of being told to “drink up fresher” and a summer of being the first year, it’s finally time for me to accept my new and updated title as the wise second year. In first year, [….]

#CorporateQueer opens in London, platforming the stories of LGBTQIA+ professionals

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The path towards equality in the workplace remains long and winding, and #CorporateQueer aims to spotlight LGBTQIA+ issues. BY ELEANOR NOYCE, IMAGE BY FIONA FREUND, #CORPORATEQUEER. In need of some weekend culture? Have a gander at #CorporateQueer, a brand new photography exhibition highlighting the stories of LGBTQIA+ professionals. Curated by Jennie Ricketts, former picture editor [….]

Meet the women transforming Birmingham Pride

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These five amazing activists just joined the team! 🏳️‍🌈🏳️‍⚧️ When we heard the news that Birmingham Pride was welcoming five new women to their team, we couldn’t wait to get to know them all! So say hello to Saima, Eva, Char, Naomi and Soriah. Spoiler alert: they are all awesome and they’re here to make [….]

Everything you need to know about Birmingham Pride 2021

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Featuring Cheryl, Sister Sledge, Bimini Bon Boulash and SO MANY MORE! #StrongerTogether BY DIVA STAFF We’re counting down the days until Birmingham Pride is back in our lives. And there’s not long to go now, bab! It’s all happening over the weekend of 25 and 26 September. This year’s celebrations promise to be bigger and [….]

NEWS: How Vodafone Spain took a powerful stand against homophobia

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When people complained about their inclusive new advert, they decided “enough is enough” BY DIVA STAFF Earlier this year Vodafone Spain premiered their heartwarming and wonderfully inclusive new advert. The ad features a young girl using Vodafone’s home security system as an ingenious way to come out to her parents. It’s so important to see [….]

Pride In London cancelled for a second year

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“Extremely challenging” government guidelines made the event impossible, say organisers BY DIVA STAFF, IMAGE BY A FOXLEY-JOHNSON Pride In London has been cancelled for a second year, with organisers citing government guidelines around Covid-19.  The event, which usually takes place in June, had been pushed back to 11 September, but will now not go ahead [….]