Competition – Design the LGBT+ History Month Badge for 2022

Every year since its launch in 2004, LGBT+ History Month raises vital funds for its work to make schools safe and inclusive for everyone through the sale of its iconic annual badge. Each year the design is distinctive, linking to the year’s National Curriculum theme. Until now the design has been created by university design […]

“Equal” – New Docudrama Series (HBO Max, October 2020)

HBO Max Announces Powerhouse Cast for LGBTQ+ Docuseries EQUAL, a Four-Part Chronicle of Landmark Events and Forgotten Heroes of the LGBTQ+ Civil Rights Movement. Led by Emmy Award-winning Scout Productions, Emmy Nominated Greg Berlanti Productions, Emmy Award-winning Producer Jim Parsons and That’s Wonderful Productions, Jon Jashni of Raintree Ventures, and Warner Horizon Unscripted Television’s New […]

Pride In London Unity Fund Launches Today

With many LGBT+ activists and organisations facing growing pressures in the current climate, Pride in London is launching a new funding initiative today – the Unity Fund – to raise money for grassroots LGBT+ groups across the country. The new fund will provide grants to those who need it most, with the aim of tangibly […]

Larry Kramer Dies Aged 84

Statement from Peter Tatchell,Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation, who knew Larry Kramer “Larry Kramer was an inspiring playwright, author and pioneering campaigner on LGBT+ and HIV issues. He helped galvanise the formation of the AIDS activist group ACT UP, which successfully challenged US government inaction and forced pharmaceutical companies to speed their efforts to […]

Voices & Visibility is Online!

To mark IDAHOBIT 2020 (International Day Against Homo, Bi, Intersex and Trans phobia) Schools OUT UK, founder of LGBT+ History Month, is proud to announce the release of an LGBT+ website produced by Voices and Visibility – Uncovering Hidden Histories. Voices and Visibility has brought online the wallchart originally released in 2016. It highlights important […]

“No Modernism Without Lesbians”, by Diana Souhami

Review of “No Modernism Without Lesbians”, by Diana Souhami Sue Sanders for LGBT+ History Month, May, 2020 It was back in the eighties when I went to the British Library to start my research on lesbians which I had discovered in the very coded descriptions of Dale Spenders’ book, “Women of Ideas and What Men […]

Call For Museums To Take Part In #museumfromhome Event On 30th April

by Alistair Brown – Museums Association The Museums Association (MA) is calling for museums across the UK to participate in a BBC Arts’ Culture in Quarantine event called #MuseumFromHome on 30 April. The event will be a whole day of content on social media, TV and radio focusing on the UK’s museums, and we want you and […]

Join Readings for the Lockdown with Homo Promos

by Peter Scot-Presland We had a little group ready to do readings of two short plays/librettos from the cycle the Gay Century, as a way of choosing which would be appropriate to take to Belfast as part of the LGBT history festival there.  This got blown away by the lockdown. The Gay Century is a […]