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Are You Coming Out? – The New LGBTQ Club Night

The University of Manchester LGBTQ Society has teamed up with Manchester Academy and the Students’ Union to put on a brand new LGBTQ+ Club Night!

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Manchester and the history of HIV/AIDS

In light of LGBT History Month 2018, James Huyton recounts the winding history of HIV/AIDS and a city that fought to overcome the stigma

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It’s time we talked about LGBT hate crime more

James Huyton speak candidly to The Mancunion about LGBTQ hate crime, how we can recognise it, and what you can do to combat it

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LGBTQ+ history month launches at the Students’ Union

The month will kick off with a club event ‘OUT’ at Manchester Club Academy

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The Village Angels: The everyday heroes of Manchester’s Village star in new documentary

Mancunian charity front national initiative to make nightlife more LGBT inclusive in new film

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Review: Beach Rats

An anxious, dream-like story, Eliza Hittman’s tale of male sexuality is a unique depication of LGBT issues

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Why are there no openly gay footballers?

Is football as progressive as we think?

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Live: Little Mix

An ardent fan and an unacclimated neutral review Little Mix’s Manchester show

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Remembering the mother of marriage equality, Edie Windsor

In the wake of the death of Edie Windsor, James Johnson pays tribute to a woman who – in the name of love – took on the American government

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Smear test ‘not needed for lesbian women’?

LGBT+ groups have said that gay women are being told that they do not need mandatory cervical screenings

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University sports teams showed their support for LGBT History Awareness Month

Manchester University’s Athletics Union donned face paint and rainbow attire in support of the event

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Wonder Women Festival lands in Manchester

The breakdown of our top art picks from the feminist festival of the year