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August 6, 2013

National Diversity Awards 2013 have announced their shortlist, including numerous gay-friendly businesses and personalities

Top members of the British LGBT community have been honored with a nomination at the National Diversity Awards (NDAs).

The NDAs is the UK’s largest award ceremony celebrating diversity and honoring the achievements of those who have made a difference with their contribution to society.

Ben Summerskill, chief executive of one of the most prominent gay campaigning charities in the UK, is shortlisted for the prestigious 'Lifetime Achiever' award.

While the category is not LGBT specific, he is being acknowledged for his work as an advocate for gay rights.

February 21, 2013

Think you are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender? Not any more, apparently you are a Gender and Sexual Diversity or GSD

The term LGBT is too exclusive and should be replaced with Gender and Sexual Diversities (GSD), a UK-based therapy organization has said.

Pink Therapy in London has posted a video on Facebook arguing the term LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) needs to be replaced.

In the video, released yesterday (20 February), Pink Therapy director Dominic Davies and fellow therapist Pamela Gawler-Wright discuss how LGBT is ineffective, and GSD is inclusive.

August 5, 2012

Enlargement of the pupil is an accurate, infallible way of determining sexual orientation, according to a new study

A new study has claimed to have found a way to tell whether someone is straight, gay or bisexual.

According to Live Science, scientists believe pupil dilation is an accurate way of discovering a person’s sexual orientation.

When people look at erotic images and become aroused, their pupils open up in an unconscious reaction that could be used to study orientation and arousal.

May 25, 2012

We look at the myths being lined up to 'cure' gay and lesbian people of their sexuality

While many of us know homosexuality is normal, plenty of homophobes keep spreading myths that ‘gay cure’ therapies work.

More vulnerable gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people are falling victim to these poisonous arguments, often used by their families, their church or even their country.

'Gay cure' or reparative therapy propaganda seems to be steamrolling, such as last month when religious activists booked an 'ex-gay' advert on London buses. Meanwhile, in the US, their main scientific advocate has withdrawn his support.