James Huyton speak candidly to The Mancunion about LGBTQ hate crime, how we can recognise it, and what you can do to combat it
Students were asked about their sex education, contraception, and protection, with many suggesting sex education was too heteronormative and uninformative
Let’s talk about sex. Here’s the line-up for this year’s annual Sex Week
Following February’s LGBT history month, Jack Ashworth looks back over some of the dominant LGBTQ+ pop icons of the late 20th century
Legendary songwriter, activist and radio DJ Tom Robinson talks about gay rights, the Iraq war, and the ideal person to portray him on Life on Mars
University provisions for lesbian, gay and bisexual students continue to improve, says Stonewall.
The Mancunion talks to the university’s LGBTQ+ society about World AIDS Day and the importance of knowing your status
With the 30 year anniversary of the first fully publicly funded ‘gay centre’ built in Europe’s opening soon approaching, Kizzy Bray talks to Dr. Ali Hanbury, the centre manager to discuss links with UoM, plans for the future and why places like The Proud Trust are just as important today as they were 30 years ago
The left must be more understanding towards the individuals that are attracted to the views of speakers like Yiannopoulos, argues Sam Glover
The LGBT* community is still experiencing a major health crisis, yet its extent remains relatively unknown and the NHS often fails to provide adequate care
The Pride day mentality needs to infiltrate everyday life if it is to have the impact LGBT needs on awareness, openness, and equality
The first Pangaea festival of the academic year promises to be a great night, helped along by some of Manchester’s most party-ready societies.
Greater Manchester has the highest ratio of hate crimes in England and Wales, according to Home Office data. Just over 17 out of every 1,000 crimes are reported as hate crimes in the city, about six more than the national average. In the data, collected in 2011-12, the force dealt with a total of 3,547 […]