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BiVisibility: perspectives from a bisexual academic

I have faced fairly loaded and scathing questions from individuals who identify as homosexual as to why I refer to myself as “bisexual” than “pansexual”. I explained, it doesn’t mean I’m not gender blind, or not supportive of trans individuals. I also reminded them that any given sexual identity is not “better” or “worse” than another.

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LGBT+ History Month 2022

LGBT+ History Month takes place every February, and aims to raise awareness of the LGBT+ community’s history, lives and experiences in education, culture and society The theme for 2022 is Politics in Art: ‘The...


Lunch and Learn with Prof Esther McIntosh

On Wednesday 17 November, the LGBT Staff Network is hosting a lunch and learn session with YSJ colleagues Professor Esther McIntosh and Dr Sharon Jagger. To coincide with both Trans Awareness week and Interfaith...


LGBT Staff Network Birthday Event

I’m delighted to be writing today to invite you to our first on campus LGBT Staff Network event of the 2021-22 academic year. It will take place on Tuesday 9 November from 12:30pm to...

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Lunch and Learn: Non-binary Identities

On Tuesday 27 April, the LGBT Staff Network is hosting a lunch and learn session on non-binary identities. The session will take place from 1-2pm on Microsoft Teams. The session will be facilitated by...