Pride Matters: Jane Czyzselska

Pride Matters: Jane Czyzselska

Jane Czyzselska Putting race in it’s place Jane Czyzselska examines her white privilege My first Pride event was at the vodka-soaked end of the 1980s. Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher’s dog-whistle campaign to stop the promotion of homosexuality in schools and...
Pride Matters: Nimmy March

Pride Matters: Nimmy March

Nimmy March Actress (Jess in Different For Girls) We need to be able to celebrate our sexuality safely “The first time I went to Pride was in the late 1980s. It felt liberating exhilarating and unique to be in amongst such a huge group of people who just emanated, not...
Pride Matters: Ash Allibhai

Pride Matters: Ash Allibhai

Ash Allibhai Fashion Director/Trend Consultant Pride helped me to feel a part of a community I was about 20 when I attended my first Pride in Birmingham. I went to uni there, and what I loved about it was that the city is very culturally diverse: there are Indians,...
Pride Matters: Aderonke Apata

Pride Matters: Aderonke Apata

Aderonke Apata Human Rights Activist and Founder of African Rainbow Family In 2006, I attended my first Pride in Manchester. I couldn’t help but be astonished that there could be an opportunity for people like me to gather together, have fun and express...
#DuckieFamily reclaims carnival’s hidden queer roots

#DuckieFamily reclaims carnival’s hidden queer roots

#DuckieFamily reclaims carnival’s hidden queer roots QTIPOC + PERFORMANCE + FILM + DJs + DANCE + ALL AH WE IS ONE Saturday 3 June, 8pm – 3am at Rich Mix in London. Saturday night we queer carnival culture and we leh go with performance, DJs, films, soca &...

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