Individuals can become detached from their community as it diversifies around them, according to research by the University of Manchester (UoM).
Black LGBT people have a lack of visibility in mainstream society, but the LGBT Foundation is trying to bring them to the forefront with their Black History Month event, ‘Screening in Colour’.
The use of rap lyrics as evidence in criminal trials is tantamount to ‘discrimination’, a University of Manchester cultural historian has said.
‘The unconquerable beast’: Manchester comic on sexism, honesty, and Laughing Cows ahead of Frog and Bucket gig
MM caught up with Kiri Pritchard about the importance of honesty, prejudice, and her fear of the forever-ness of the internet ahead of Laughing Cows comedy night at Northern Quarter’s Frog and Bucket.
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.
The chair of a Manchester transgender discussion group has praised national charity Stonewall for its decision to finally start campaigning for the trans community.
Apprentice star Sanjay Sood-Smith spoke about his own personal experiences of homophobic abuse in Manchester yesterday, as part of the city’s Hate Crime Awareness Week (HCAW).
The Apprentice star Sanjay Sood-Smith has praises Greater Manchester Police’s ‘massive commitment’ to fighting hate crime at today’s launch of their awareness week.
Sophie Lancaster, 20, was kicked and stamped to death as she tried to stop her boyfriend from being attacked in a park in Lancashire, in 2007.
‘I’ve heard people joke about faggots they teach’: How first gay Manchester driving school kicks prejudice to kerb
The Gay Driving School in Manchester caters to the LGBT community
Greater Manchester communities will come together to show their respect.