A man has today been sentenced to 13 weeks imprisonment at Manchester magistrates’ court for the homophobic abuse of two men in Manchester city centre on 31st October 2014.
John is the unapologetic, visceral and devastating true tale of one man’s search for acceptance from within a life abandoned by society and family.
MM talk to Tom Hayes who is councillor for Oxford City – but originally hails from Salford.
Tom is also national secretary for LGBT Labour, a socialist society affiliated with the Labour party who campaign for further steps for LGBT equality.
The number of ways to get your rocks off using the internet is as extensive as the day is long. MM explores the world of Manchester’s ‘trackies’ fetish.
Manchester Pride have announced their donations to charity have risen to £54,000 this year – yet protesters maintain that the figure is still far too low.
Children must learn about same-sex relationships in school, demands open letter signed by Manchester’s LGF
Manchester-based LGF (Lesbian and Gay Foundation) are supporting the proposal of an overall increase in the quality of Sex and Relationship Education (SRE), especially in areas focussing on the teaching of gay, lesbian, bisexual, trans and intersex relationships.
Following on from the success of the first Geek Pride, the celebration is now an annual legacy event to recognise Alan Turing, his achievements and his LGBT identity.
Forgotten gay icon brought back to life alongside host of LGBT figures in Manchester Fringe Festival play
The gender swapping pioneer has gone largely unrecognised in modern pop culture, but a new play, part of Manchester Fringe, looks to explore the conflicted diva along with three other significant LGBT figures
One in ten LGBT people face discrimination when arranging funeral – from religious leaders and family
The damning statistics but the blame often on religious leaders or even family members, according to the recent study by Stonewall and The Cooperative Funeralcare.
Are you ready for Glamazon? Manchester’s first monthly trans night is here – for trans people and their admirers
Manchester’s first monthly transgender night Glamazon for trans people, their friends and admirers is opening tomorrow.
Richard Byram-Leech, 42, died from lung cancer just three days after wedding partner of 23 years.