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#GayLondon Featured Content
A new magazine explores queer conversations across generations
Alister Mackie launches his latest project The Leopard – with contributions from Ryan McGinley, Ethan James Green, Ib Kamara and more
December 13, 2018
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‘I’m an advocate for authenticity’: meet London’s pioneering transgender Muslim drag queen
Since becoming famous as Britain’s first out Muslim drag queen, Asifa Lahore has been speaking out on LGBT+ rights and her Islamic faith…
October 17, 2018
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Desiree Akhavan interview: 'Bisexuality is taboo in both the queer and the straight world'
When Desiree Akhavan first dreamt up The Bisexual – a comedy-drama series about a lesbian who realises she’s also attracted to men – she pitched the idea to just about every network in LA. It didn’t go well. One told her that they already had Transparent, a show full to the brim with queer people, and thus had no need for another. The next said they already had a female, brown-skinned lead in The ...
October 09, 2018
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London's first LGBT Sunday League opens Cup to "mainstream teams" in move to merge boundaries
The London Unity League (LUL), London’s only LGBT-friendly Sunday league, was the first of its kind to affiliate with the Amateur Football Alliance in August.
September 14, 2018
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Meet the Londoner bringing Bollywood to the capital’s LGBT+ clubs
Feeling isolated on London’s LGBT+ scene by his South Asian heritage, Ryan Lanji started Hungama: a ‘big gay Indian wedding’ where everyone is welcome…
September 08, 2018
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The Power of Queer Film in Troubled Times
In this day and age, it's crucial that independent film push the visibility of minorities forward. It is especially true for queer film.
August 27, 2018
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Stars #Attitude300 celebrating with Three exhibition launch
The exhibition of iconic Attitude covers is free to view at The Hospital Club until Sunday 19 August.
August 18, 2018
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'Homos, or Everyone in America' review: Jordan Seavey's 'post-gay' relationship drama is brilliantly provocative
 It’s odd not being fully seen, isn’t it? ‘Homos, or Everyone in America’ is staged in-the-round, with the audience sat right on the edge of the performance space. Yet no matter how close we might feel to the male gay couple at the center of this story, the actors refuse to acknowledge our presence. For all the warmth and laughter generated by this brilliantly provocative modern-day romance, an in...
August 13, 2018
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Homos, Or Everyone in America review at Finborough Theatre, London
Jordan Seavey’s Homos, Or Everyone in America at Finborough Theatre, London starring Tyrone Huntley and Harry McEntire is an intimate portrait of modern gay life
August 10, 2018
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McDermott & McGough bring LGBT installation to London
Non-profit gallery Studio Voltaire has announced that it will be bringing artists McDermott & McGough’s The Oscar Wilde Temple to London in early October. The installation, which featured in New York City’s The Church of the Village in 2017
August 10, 2018
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Hungama: The club celebrating London's LGBT South Asians
The founder of Hungama explains why there was a need for a Bollywood hip hop night for London's LGBT community.
July 29, 2018
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Jake Graf: 'Transgender stories on screen must be told authentically and fairly'
There was something rather inspiring earlier this month about the collective voice of the transgender community being heard above the roar of the millions of Hollywood dollars swirling around Scarlett Johansson’s new film Rub and Tug.  Johansson had been confirmed to play transgender man and crime kingpin Dante “Tex” Gill, a rare trans role once again lost to a cisgender actor, and the community w...
July 26, 2018
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National Theatre's River Stage Festival: From drag to DJs, here's what to see
The National Theatre's River Stage Festival is the city’s largest outdoor arts festival, running through the weekends in July and August. Combining live music, theatre, dance, drag, DJs, club nights and workshops, it’s in its fourth year and, as ever, everything is free to attend.
July 13, 2018
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Pride 2018: 100 members of the world's first gay rugby club to join march
Members of the world’s first all-gay rugby club have revealed how they overcame prejudice to become a heavyweight in Rugby Union, and how they advocate LGBTQ rights in London. The King's Cross Steelers were founded in 1995 in a pub called Central Station in King's Cross. Since their humble beginnings the club has gone from a team of six to having 120 members.
July 08, 2018
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Gok Wan shows what it's really like for LGBT community
While everyone is planning their outfits and getting excited for London's Pride weekend, Gok Wan has shed some light on the realities that take place within the LGBTQ community
July 07, 2018
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LGBT business community myGwork asked their partners to share thoughts of Pride
The online LGBT networking business community asked what Pride means to them
July 05, 2018
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The truth about Stonewall – the LGBT group that won't support London Pride
The spat between the largest LGBTQ organisation and Pride shows a courageous new era for Stonewall, under the leadership of Ruth Hunt. But there’s still room for more radical voices
July 05, 2018
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Pride 2018 in London: The best LGBT art in the capital
Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender figures are both the subjects and the architects of some of the most exciting, intriguing and thought-provoking works of art in the capital. In celebration of Pride Month, take a look at the LGBT stories behind artworks at some of London’s most famous galleries.
July 02, 2018
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Calum Scott: Love Letter To The LGBTQ Community
For Gay Pride Month, Billboard asked numerous pop culture luminaries to write 'love letters' to the LGBTQ community.
June 30, 2018
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Ending prejudice in care: 'As we go grey we don’t become less gay'
A new initiative aims to make care homes more inclusive for older LGBT people
June 29, 2018
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Why young LGBT people need alcohol-free safe spaces
The 1975 helped fundraisers in London reach targets to launch an LGBT community centre.
June 28, 2018
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Fun Home: The Tony-winning US musical moves from Broadway to London
The team behind award-winning US musical Fun Home on why now is the right time for the show.
June 27, 2018
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In One City, 2,000 Years of Gay History
Peter Ackroyd’s “Queer City” is an enticingly dishy and detailed tour of gay life in London, from the Roman era all the way through to the present.
June 21, 2018
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Pride pooches: the dogs that dressed up for LGBT Pride Month
As most will know, June is LGBT Pride Month, a time of love and celebration for the LGBT community - one where millions of people come together to attend events, show support and raise awareness. Many people, and a number of four-legged friend
June 21, 2018
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