Speak Out Sister is a new group formed to represent trans-inclusive feminism and challenge the disproportionate media coverage given to the small minority of transphobes who claim to be feminists.
Tickets are now on sale to visit the new Manchester Jewish Museum which opens on Friday 2 July with the world premiere of Turner Prize-winning artist Laure Prouvost’s new installation The long waited, weighted gathering as part of this year’s Manchester International Festival.
Trailblazing LGBT performance platform Mother’s Ruin presents two hot, queer consecutive Saturday night gigs as part of Turn on Fest at Hope Mill Theatre this January.
This January you can take advantage of some great offers at excellent restaurants in Manchester.
Barbie Green officially opens in Barbican with a 30% discount on food and drink until 22 December.
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Above The Stag is proud to announce a same-sex reimagining of Peter Quilter’s modern comedy about love, sex and relationships: The Morning After.
Manchester Pride’s Superbia strand curates a weekend of exciting arts and culture, Day with(out) Art, for World AIDS Day.
Dr Julianne Barry writes about HIV testing in advance of World AIDS Day.
Check out these frighteningly tasty cocktails from Hilton Bournemouth.