Tag Archives: LGBT History Month

What Have YOU Got?

It’s LGBT History Month and here’s a tweet from Liverpool Museum celebrating a bi donation to their LGBT archives. 6 – Our newest LGBT acquisition @MuseumLiverpool a much needed boost to bi representation in collection. Thanks to @jenyockney for donating! pic.twitter.com/jqe2UXbl2U — Matthew Exley (@Mexley88) February 6, 2017 Have you got an old bi flyer for an event or leaflet […]

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History Finding Homes

Imagine a museum of LGBT history. San Francisco looks like it’s going to get one – and quite possibly on the rates. The Board of Supervisors of the City and County of San Francisco voted on the evening of Tuesday, January 31, to approve a groundbreaking resolution calling on municipal authorities, philanthropists and business leaders to support the GLBT Historical […]

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It’s LGBT History Month!

Welcome to February, and of course that means it’s LGBT History Month*. This year’s will commemorate 50 years since the passing of the 1967 Sexual Offences Act – the national festival is themed PSHE, Citizenship and Law. The first LGBT History Month in the UK had no bi-specific content, while the following years had one or two “B” events – […]

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How B is my History Month?

It’s LGBT History Month in February and each year we face the question of how strong the B in that LGBT feels. The first LGBT History Month in the UK had no bi-specific content, while the following years had one or two “B” events – usually in Manchester or Camden. 2009 was a low point with no specific events, though […]

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