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Thursday 11 February 2016


 Out and Bad: London's LGBT Dancehall Scene
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  18th December 2015
Jamaican lesbian reggae singer-songwriter Diana King is on the lineup of the Raggamuffin Festival in February. Here's a great doco on how the Jamaican lgbti music scene became an integral part of London's lgbti culture.


 Outspoken: Bella Simpson
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  11th December 2015
For trans youth, coming out isn’t easy. That needs to change. Check out this great video of Bella Simpson talking about growing up and the importance of speaking up.


 HIV disclosure and the law in the USA
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  17th November 2015
With all the ruckus surrounding actor Charlie Sheen's HIV status it's a good time to look at how the laws across the USA approach HIV status and disclosure to sex partners...


 US anti-trans rights scare video
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  22nd October 2015
American opponents of a proposed gender anti-discrimination ordinance have plumbed new depths in a video designed to scare the hell out of Houston voters.


 Gorgeous photos of gay dad and his son
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  20th October 2015


 Artist Amos Mac talks about documenting trans communities
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  7th October 2015
Trans artist Amos Mac shares his beautiful portraiture and thoughts on trans representation.


 Carmen Rupe at Te Papa
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  30th September 2015
Lynette Townsend highlights the Carmen Rupe exhibition currently on at Te Papa.


 Critics rip Stonewall apart
Posted in: Worth Checking Out, Features  24th September 2015
Critics are shredding the movie Stonewall. Vanity Fair says it's "terribly offensive, and offensively terrible" and "makes a mess of history".


 A gay Princeton football player's story
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  17th September 2015
Princeton offensive lineman Mason Darrow is the latest US college athlete to come out. He decided to go public to empower others.


 Gareth Thomas' powerful Guinness ad
Posted in: Worth Checking Out  9th September 2015
The first ever professional rugby player to come out, Gareth Thomas, stars in a new ad for Guinness which shows the support he received from his team mates as he struggled to accept who he is.