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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...

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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...

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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...

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LGBT+ History Month at York St John

Lord Mayor’s Walk light up from LGBT+ History Month 2019    LGBT+ History Month 2021 is here! At York St John we have lots planned and we hope you’ll join us to celebrate the...