As part of a generation who has grown up on social media, every stupid thought we once shared can now be brought to light and held against us.
Kingston University has “extremely little” homophobia with only eight per cent of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students having experienced harassment on campus, The River found. According to NUS research, 20 per cent of LGBT+ [more…]
To celebrate LGBT history month, KU Socialist Workers Student Society hosted the event “What are the origins of LGBT oppression?”, chaired by journalist and author Sarah Bates. The talk is one in a series of events to [more…]
Anti-Bullying Week is an international event held annually to raise awareness about different kinds of bullying, and bullying prevention. Kingston’s LGBTQ+ Officer Amy Claire Bush sought to raise awareness about the levels of homophobia, biphobia and [more…]
Unless this is taken seriously it will become an embarrassing and shameful blot on our country’s reputation. George Wright Of a country of over 4,000 professional footballers, not one has openly come out as gay. [more…]
The River delves into the sports world to discover the inconvenient truth of homophobia. Andrew Murphy Campaigns like Kick It Out have been working on dispelling racism in British sport for many years now and, [more…]
A study carried out by a KU lecturer reveals that residential care or care at home is driving older gay people back into the closet.
By Joyce See