After the success from the Outcome book and the Exhibition, Tom Dingley has began taking the exhibitions out of our capital. I got the chance recently to catch up with him. Thanks for doing this second interview with me. I do appreciate how busy you have been. What response did you receive from the launch… Continue reading A follow up interview with Tom Dingley, the creator of The Outcome Project.
For many years the UK has been one of the leading countries for equal rights. Although there were laws before 2010, one of the biggest game changes was the Equality act 2010 http://www.acas.org.uk/equalityact . As a nation we are lucky to have such acts. You only have to look at America, where a same sex… Continue reading UK Attitude Adjustment: A Simple message to employers.
This series focuses on different points of views and experiences. No one was aware of the others replies, giving varied and unbiased diversity in the answers. The focus was on Bisexual people this time as we asked the below question(s) How bi visible are you? Do you find your chosen partner defines people’s perception of you? … Continue reading One Subject on Bisexuality.
Part two. Let’s talk about music! How and why did you get into music primarily? Music has always been part of my life. I remember going to my dad’s work to stay out of my mom’s “hair” and he had a few tape recorders that I used to record little ideas on for myself so… Continue reading Interview with Ivory Black.
I recently had the chance to interview Jorge Santana, an ally and the creator of Gay Bow ties. Hello Jorge, please tell us about yourself; My name is Jorge Santana. I had a lot people that helped me and mentor me when I was growing up. I want to give back, I am a very passionate person… Continue reading Interview with the creator of Gay Bow ties.
Almost every week we hear people complain about the lgbt acronym. Recently student bodies have suggested that bi should be bi+ to include persons who are not attracted to ethier male or female. On first glance we need to ask if it appears like asexual eraser! That’s just one of many arguments in regards… Continue reading It’s a little bit queer!
Hello. Thanks for doing this interview with me. Absolutely! And it’s my pleasure. How do you identify yourself? I am proud to say that I have a non-binary identity and I am continually getting to know myself everyday. Many people who read this won’t be familiar with the term non-binary when referring to gender.… Continue reading Interview with Ivøry Black: Part One.