Pride organisations join together to issue powerful “Pride with the T” statement in support of trans community

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#PrideWithTheT #TransDayOfVisibility More than 120 Pride organisations from across the world have signed up to a statement affirming their support for trans people, published today for International Transgender Day Of Visibility. The “Pride with the T” statement comes after some anti-trans activists targeted Prides in New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Untied States, calling for [….]

Pride In London parade applications are open, baby

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The UK’s biggest Pride event wants you to join them, and thousands of others, in marching together through the capital 🌈 BY DANIELLE MUSTARDE That’s right, people, Pride In London has opened applications for its 2019 Parade, encouraging community groups of all shapes and sizes to get involved and march through the capital on Saturday [….]

Got Pride? Got talent? Then we have just the competition for you…

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It’s time to get excited for Pride’s Got Talent 2019 🌈 Auditions are underway for the sixth season of Pride in London’s Pride’s Got Talent competition – the annual search for the UK’s next biggest LGBTQI+ music or cabaret act. Following previous years, where the winners received a range of prizes and went on to [….]

Claire Skinner: Teaching empowered me to create change

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Claire Skinner, co-chair of Mercer Pride and Head of UK Fiduciary Content and Delivery, talks to myGwork’s Louise Sinnerton about her experience in the classroom Claire started working at Mercer straight after graduating, and was always out at work. She’d bring her partner to social events, although she wasn’t someone that shouted about her sexuality: “I [….]

We need more intersex visibility

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Valentino Vecchietti explains why the first intersex section at Pride In London is so important BY VALENTINO VECCHIETTI Think the “I” in LGBTI stands for inquisitive? Think again. As an intersex activist, I regularly attend events, and give speeches to raise awareness, most recently at Tate Britain for Queer And Now. Through my experience of [….]