Best of LGBQTI Britain celebrated at the inaugural event Sue Perkins, Sadiq Khan and Sue Sanders were among the honourees at the inaugural Rainbow Honours last night, Wednesday 4 December. Designed to celebrate those who work to further LGBQTI equality 365 days a year, the Rainbow Honours are different from any other Continue Reading
A new report from Pride in London shows low levels for concern about gender, racism and sexuality in mainstream society and that over 1 in 3 LGBT+ people surveyed have been verbally abused because of their identity The majority of Brits are more likely to care about animal rights than gender equality Continue Reading
“As Mayor, it’s so important to me that London is seen as a city where LGBTQ+ people feel valued, happy and safe” The brand new Queer Britain museum will shine a light on its communities’ rich and complex history. Not only will the museum play host to permanent and temporary exhibits, Continue Reading
London joins initiative in major push to reduce new HIV infections and eliminate stigma Khan signed the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities Ending the AIDS Epidemic, along with borough leaders, Public Health England and NHS England. Their ambition is to cut rates of new HIV infection in the capital and eliminate discrimination Continue Reading
Here’s what happened when we sent The L Word’s Rachel Shelley to meet the Mayor of London.
The lesbian DJ, writer and performer has been appointed by Mayor Sadiq Khan to champion the capital after dark.
Sophie Walker invites London Mayor Sadiq Khan to work with her on tackling rising rates of domestic violence in the capital.