OTP2021: Virtual Symposium

Join us for a free virtual symposium that will set the stage forCompleting the Past: LGBT+ History and Creative Production Saturday 12th September 202011.00-12.30 BST. Opening remarks and panel discussion I: Creatively engaging with the LGBT+ past. Click here for session registration. 13.00-14.00 BST. Heritage at home: Connecting and engaging with the LGBT+ past through creative […]

Masculinity and the Ruling of the World – Denise Thompson

Author Talk Friday 7 August from 10 am on zoom Join us via Zoom for a conversation with Denise Thompson, the author of Masculinity and the Ruling of the World. This event is presented by the Feminist Legal Clinic and The Women’s Library, and hosted by Anna Kerr. This is a free event. Register on the Humantix event page so that […]

Teens Resisting Gender Norms Do Best At GCSE

(The Guardian 31.07.2020) By Will Hazell (Education Correspondent) Teenagers who resist traditional gender stereotypes appear to do better at GCSEs, researchers from Cambridge University have said. They examined the English and Maths results of almost 600 600 GCSE candidates at four schools in England and found, on average, girls out-performed boys, matching a general pattern […]

Gaby Charing

We sadly heard recently of the passing of Gaby Charing. Gaby was one of the founders of Southwark LGBT Network in 2002 and she and her partner Liz have been instrumental in the success of the Network as well as the Southwark LGBT Forum ever since, and have supported the local LGBTQ+ community in so […]

Pride Power List 2020

Sue Sanders features at Number 75 in the Top 100 While lesbian, bisexual, queer, trans and intersex people are more visible than they were 25 years ago – whether that’s within the realm of business, politics, the arts, the media, sport or anywhere else – in some circles, their voices remain marginalised, and their life experiences […]