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14:44 | 26th April 2017

Lifestyle

Lifestyle: Civil Partnerships

An interview with Baroness Lynne Featherstone

As Minister for Equalities in the coalition government, Lynne Featherstone originated and architected the same sex marriage act (2013). She has received various accolades and awards for her work on equalities.


Bristol - PREMIER Gay Wedding Show

Great wedding show in Bristol this Sunday (8th) at the Council House. Great exhibitors with lots going on. If you're in the area pop by and have a look.


Lifestyle: Coming Out

The Dating Game

The dating game can be a pretty scary one – whether you're newly single and ready to mingle again or if you have been looking for love for years.


Gay Nights - Membership and Discount Offer

FREE Membership for a limited time only! To celebrate the launch of the brand new Gay Nights UK website we are offering for a limited time only TOTALLY FREE membership!!


Lifestyle: Fostering & Adoption

BE PART OF A FOSTER CARE FAMILY

More and more members of the LGBT community are turning to fostering as a way to begin to build a family, and we at NRS are very keen to work alongside you and dispel the myths that you cannot foster.


The 10 step guide to Fostering and Adoption

Since its launch in 1997 by the BAAF, NAW has grown and become stronger each year, reaching people across the UK wanting to know if they are eligible for adoption.


Lifestyle: Sex Life

THE AFRICAN HEALTH AND SEX SURVEY

There are nearly 1 million African people living in the UK, spread all across the country. While HIV can affect anyone, it is an unfortunate truth that more African people in the UK have HIV than most other sections of the population.


PUBLIC CONFUSED ABOUT HOW YOU GET HIV

Nearly half (46%) of the general public wrongly think you can get HIV from being bitten, spat at or coming into contact with a discarded needle and underestimate the impact unsafe sex has on HIV transmission, a new survey shows (14 Jan)


More Lifestyle: Coming Out

Acceptance

PInkwire saw an alarming letter in The Mirror's 'Dear Miriam' segment about a young boy struggling to find acceptance from his parents and could be contemplating suicide. If anyone is having similar troubles please be assured that there are people you can speak to. See the details below. Someone will always listen.



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