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Brighton Journal | 2nd April 2020

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Transgender Day of Remembrance: What is it and Why is it Important?

20th November 2019 |

As Transgender Awareness Week draws to a close, we explore why the past week has been so important to the trans community.

Transgender Awareness week is typically observed on the second week of November. It is a one-week celebration leading up … Read More

What’s on this weekend: 2nd – 4th of August

1st August 2019 |

The first weekend of August, Pride weekend, one of the biggest in the Brighton calendar. This weekend we can expect to see the city truly come into it’s own fizzing with an unparalleled atmosphere. There is a plethora of things … Read More

Brighton Albion away game investigated for homophobic chants

4th December 2018 |

Brighton Albion’s away game at Huddersfield Town this weekend is being interrogated amid accusations of homophobic chants.

According to reports, Brighton’s 2-1 win away at Kirklees Stadium, home ground of the Huddersfield team, was met with chants of a homophobic … Read More

The Clare Project: supporting the Transgender community in Brighton and Hove

19th November 2018 |

Dr Sam Hall spoke to Brighton Journal in Trans Awareness Week about The Clare Project, transmisogyny, and how we can help as allies of the trans community.

 

Last week marked Trans Awareness Week in the UK which seeks to … Read More

Pride in Pictures: The Best of Brighton Pride 2018

6th August 2018 |

Pride may be over for another year, but we luckily we got out and snapped some photos of the parties going on during what is undoubtedly everyone’s favourite weekend, so we can re-live it for a little while longer…

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Brighton Pride Taking “Robust Action” After London Anti-Trans Protests

9th July 2018 |

London held its annual Pride Festival on the weekend. It was as wonderful as ever, celebrating the LGBTQ+ community. However, not all promoted the sentiments of the celebrations.

An anti-trans rights group, called Get The L Out, protested at the … Read More

MindOut: The mental health service serving Brighton’s LGBTQ+ community

18th April 2018 | 1

MindOut is a project run by and run for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Queer people. Their mission is to improve the wellbeing of LGBTQ people who experience mental health issues. They want to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health … Read More

Pink Season – 2 Weeks of Creative Queer Events – Opens Tonight With Exhibition of Photography and Film

24th November 2017 |

Pop-Up Brighton’s new community gallery space next to the i360 is hosting a variety of creative events to represent our contemporary queer culture.

“Our focus is always creating free opportunities for upcoming artists in Brighton so we have programmed 2 … Read More

The Best Alternative Events Over Brighton Pride Weekend

24th July 2017 |

With Brighton’s biggest pride event fast approaching, we’ve looked into the very best pride occasions taking place over the weekend.

Of course the main events take place in Preston Park, including music, rides and more, as well as Kemp Town’s … Read More

Sussex Police Under Fire For Pride Wrapped Cars

23rd June 2017 |

Sussex Police Force have come under fire for showing off their pride adorned car on Twitter. An inspector tweeted, “Picked up our #pride car all ready to support @EastbournePride and @HastingsPride as part of pride season”, to which many locals responded … Read More