t @SceneLGBTQ f @Gscene.Brighton D www.scenemag.co.uk THE HEART OF LGBTQ+ LIVING MAR 2023 #TDoV 31/03/23
New podcast shines a light on the history of LGBTQ+ spaces -
Memories From The Dancefloor explores the history of these incredible spaces, taking us under the rope and into the queer chaos, joy and community within them.
Out to Swim South becomes Out to Swim Brighton & Hove
Richard will take over on Wednesday, March 1 when current CEO, Ian Green OBE, steps down at the end of February after seven years in the role.
New documentary musical, After the Act, examines dark days of Section 28
The Brighton club is now one of the largest, if not the largest, masters swimming club in Sussex with over 80 members.
Finnish Gender Recognition law ‘major step’ towards protecting trans rights
Catch After the Act at New Diorama Theatre, 15-16 Triton St, London NW1 3BF till April 1.
Galop launches UK’s first dedicated helpline to support LGBTQ+ victims and survivors of sexual violence and abuse
Lawmakers in Finland have removed the requirement for trans people to be sterilised and obtain a psychiatric diagnosis in order for them to obtain legal gender recognition.
New research from the charity shows that over half (53%) of LGBTQ+ people in the UK have been subjected to sexual violence in their lives.
Richard Angell appointed as new Chief Executive of Terrence Higgins Trust
Black Eyed Peas and STEPS to headline Brighton & Hove Pride 2023
Brighton & Hove Pride’s FABULOSO weekend, which this year takes place on Saturday, August 5 and Sunday, August 6, is the biggest fundraiser for the Brighton Rainbow Fund
) The Grammy Award-winning Black Eyed Peas, are set to lead a stellar line-up at this year’s Brighton & Hove Pride on Saturday, August 5
From the Superbowl half time show, and known for their electrifying performances and charttopping hits like I Gotta Feeling and Where Is the Love?, five UK numbers ones, 13 top 10s and over 80 million record sales have made the Black Eyed Peas one of the most popular and successful groups of all time, and their live shows are not to be missed. The Black Eyed Peas are also staunch allies and have used their platform to support the LGBTQ+ community in places like Poland where they wore rainbow armbands on stage and in the media.
Saturday, August 5 will also feature multiplatinum-selling artist and four time BRIT nominee Zara Larsson who, as well as racking up over six million followers on Instagram and having the second most-streamed debut album by a female artist ever on Spotify, has also performed before the Nobel Prize committee, won an award for feminism from Sweden’s oldest women’s
rights organisation, and led a Durex campaign in association with the HIV charity Red. With tracks like Never Forget You with MNEK, Lush Life and Symphony with Clean Bandit, Zara Larsson has been a force in pop, delivering a flurry of slick pop bangers.
In a UK exclusive show for 2023, the iconic STEPS are confirmed to headline FABULOSO Day 2 on Sunday, August 6. With over 25 million sales, hits including Tragedy, Deeper Shade of Blue and 5, 6, 7, 8, plus energetic and colourful routines, STEPS are sure to get you dancing and singing along.
Sunday, August 6 will also welcome the incredible multi BRIT award winner Melanie C to the main stage. From her rise to fame as one fifth of the most successful girl band of all time – the Spice Girls - to her successful solo career, Melanie C’s impact on music and pop culture has been nothing short of incredible. With 11 UK number ones under her belt and being the only female artist to top the UK charts as a quintet, quartet, duo and solo artist in British
music history, Melanie’s talent has gained the recognition and devotion of critics and fans all over the world throughout the last 25 years.
In addition to the headliners will be a diverse mix of performers, from up-and-coming artists to established stars, including Jax Jones, Louise, Dylan, B*Witched, Mae Muller, The Vivienne, Bellah Mae, Harley Moon Kemp and many, many more making FABULOSO a celebration of music, culture, and community. Brighton & Hove Pride say: “We are proud to support over 100 LGBTQ+ artists. Alongside the smiles, sunshine and good times, our sole ethos is to promote tolerance and diversity within the community and to organise inclusive events with community fundraising at its heart.”
D For tickets and more info, visit: www.Brighton-Pride.org
Brighton's very first LGBTQ+ Emergency Night Shelter opens its doors
Start your engines for the UK premiere of Drag Race Sverige!
The shelter is a 10-week pilot funded by the Brighton Rainbow Fund and is a partnership between LGBTQ+ charities Outside Project, Stonewall Housing and Brighton & Hove LGBTQ+ Switchboard.
Innovative projects to receive vital funding to trial new ways to improve sexual health and HIV outcomes
Drag Race Sverige premieres on WOW Presents Plus on Saturday, March 4 at 8.30pm.
Wales sets out plan to become the most LGBTQ+ friendly nation in Europe
Brighton & Hove Switchboard, Terrence Higgins Trust, Love Tank and Birmingham LGBT are among 14 organisations to benefit from a new fund.
TRANSforming Futures Fund now accepting applications
The Welsh Government sets out how it will "make a difference" to the lives, prospects, and outcomes for all LGBTQ+ people.
Brighton study reveals risks facing LGBTQ+ people in immigration detention
The focus of the Fund is communities-led, grassroots organisations that are led by and for trans people.
New research from the University of Brighton has revealed that LGBTQ+ people continue to face harassment, bullying and deteriorating mental health while in immigration detention.
Trans Pride Brighton & Hove wins
Grassroots Pride of the Year at the inaugural Gaydio Pride Awards
Gscene archive donated to the Bishopsgate
Other winners included Brighton & Hove Pride, Peter Tatchell, Janusz Domagala and George House Trust.
International Family Equality Day 2023: Power up Families!
It’s fitting that during LGBT+ History Month the G/ Scene archive should find a permanent home at the Bishopsgate Institute, to be digitised and made available to be enjoyed by everyone online.
The Bishopsgate Institute's mission is to inspire independent thought, connect past and present. Bishopsgate Library contains 150,000 books, and holds nationally-important archives on activism, feminism, LGBTQ+ history, free thought and humanism.
With the motto Power up Families, this year’s International Family Equality Day (IFED) calls on all families to embrace their uniqueness and to stand up to claim equality and justice.
Open Meeting to discuss proposals for an LGBTQ+ Assembly
Proposals will be discussed at the Ledward Centre, Brighton on Sunday, March 5 at 3pm.
Czech Republic International footballer Jakub Jankto comes out as gay
Lady Phyll hosts panel on LGBTQ+ Asylum & Immigration Detention at National Student Pride
The footballer becomes the highest-profile current male footballer to publicly come out after Josh Cavallo of Adelaide United and Jake Daniels of Blackpool revealed their sexuality in 2021 and 2022 respectively.
Ledward Centre and SEASBrighton launch 'Our Spaces: Queerness & Nightlife & Brighton & Hove'
National Student Pride, in association with Rainbow Migration, platformed a panel of individuals with knowledge and experience of asylum and immigration detention, calling for the audience to use their voices to stop "the government’s dehumanisation of asylum seekers".
Joe Lycett, Harry Styles, Rod Stewart and Alex Scott among British LGBT Awards 2023 nominees
LGBTQ+ artists working in the South East have been invited to examine the topics of ‘Queerness and Nightlife’ as it relates to their experiences in the region.
Drag Queen for a Day to take place at Sussex Beacon in March
The British LGBT Awards take place on June 23.
'First of its kind' eating disorder support for young people in Sussex
An HIV workshop aimed at breaking self-stigma and boosting self-confidence.
The Spring Tide Eating Disorder Day Service, which has opened its doors in Hove, is the 'first of its kind' in the county and only one of four in the South East to offer an alternative to inpatient care.
Greater Fort Lauderdale: Welcome Nature Lovers
A breathtaking journey through nature awaits in Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s LGBTQ+ capital and home to the ‘gayborhood’ of Wilton Manors
) A breathtaking journey through nature awaits in Greater Fort Lauderdale, Florida’s LGBTQ+ capital and home to the ‘gayborhood’ of Wilton Manors, which has hundreds of businesses owned and operated by LGBTQ+ residents – all ready to give UK visitors a warm welcome. This community is just one of many reasons why the area is so popular. Another stand-out offering that’s sure to make your holiday unforgettable is the spectacular nature that awaits your exploration throughout the area.
Don’t miss two of Greater Fort Lauderdale’s top nature attractions: Butterfly World and Flamingo Gardens. Butterfly World is the
largest butterfly park in the world, where you can see more than 20,000 live butterflies from every corner of the globe. Explore six different Free-Flight Aviaries filled with hundreds of exotic birds, including lorikeets that you can feed by hand. Flamingo Gardens offers 60 acres of native and exotic plants and some of Florida’s largest and oldest trees – numbering more than 3,000 different species. You can also see more than 90 species of Florida native animals, from alligators, otters, bobcats and flamingoes (obviously) to even a Florida black bear.
Greater Fort Lauderdale is home to the worldfamous Everglades and offers vast, untouched
wilderness like no place else on earth. You can enjoy an exhilarating airboat ride for an amazing look at wildlife, from exotic birds like peacocks, bald eagles and wading birds to alligators and Florida panthers. Dozens of other parks, preserves and nature centres also offer pristine settings to marvel at tropical beauty, where you can hike, bike, kayak and more.
Just one of these parks, Hugh Taylor Birch State Park, offers full moon kayak tours – an experience you won’t soon forget! This popular park has direct access to Fort Lauderdale beach, a freshwater lagoon, nature trails, shaded picnic areas and rentals for kayaks, paddleboards and bikes. It’s home to butterflies, gopher tortoises, sea turtles, grey squirrels and marsh rabbits, plus more than 200 species of wading birds, hawks and ducks. Stop by the visitor centre, which was formerly the Art Deco home of the park’s namesake, Hugh Taylor Birch, a Chicago attorney who fell in love with this part of the Sunshine State, acquired 180 acres, and built his dream home in 1940, naming it ‘Terramar’ (‘land to the sea’). Today the park is revered by locals and visitors as Fort Lauderdale’s Central Park
Visit the Anne Kolb Nature Center at West Lake Park to see one of the largest urban parks in Florida that stretches 20 acres along the Intracoastal Waterway. Climb (or take the elevator) to the 68-foot observation tower or follow the boardwalk to see wading birds and other native wildlife. Drop a line at the Intracoastal fishing pier, explore nature trails or paddle through this park’s mangrove estuary. More unforgettable nature encounters await at Snake Warrior’s Island, a 53.3-acre nature preserve along the Great Florida Birding Trail; and Tree Tops Park featuring 23 acres of nature trails.
The area’s 38 kilometres of golden beaches and 482 kilometres of scenic waterways also provide unforgettable nature encounters with the chance to see dolphins, manatees and more. Scuba divers can explore the largest collection of warm-water wrecks in the Western world, where thousands of fish and other creatures abound. Or dive or snorkel among living coral reefs just 100 yards off the beach in Lauderdale-By-The-Sea and Hollywood, the only places in the continental USA where you can do this straight off the beach.
Boating is another popular way to get a fascinating view of nature in this water wonderland, whether you arrive by boat, charter one or take one of the many eco-tours. Endless waterways give you the chance to see natural beauty and wildlife at every turn. Tours and rentals are also available for kayaking and standup paddleboarding for an even closer view of sea life.
D Learn more about all of the exciting possibilities for your next holiday at www.VisitLauderdale.com/lgbt
MindOut to receive £20,000 investment to expand preventative and crisis support for gay, bisexual and trans men aged 40+, who are experiencing suicidal distress
This is... #DaleyPop!
£220,000 in total has been awarded to voluntary sector organisations to deliver suicide prevention programmes and community mental health support.
Emma Frankland’s "unapologetically queer" 'Galatea' comes to Brighton Festival
Buckle up bitches!
"I was subjected to over 100 violent assaults": Peter Tatchell remembers the Bermondsey by-election of 1983
The play will be brought vividly to life in a field on the south coast in the spring.
Film on trans comedian Julia Scotti to be released on Trans Day of Visibility
"The most dirty, violent and homophobic election in British history"
The Brighton Half Marathon 2023
Thousands turn out for the Brighton Half Marathon, the biggest fundraising event for the Sussex Beacon.
Restoration of Brighton's Victoria Fountain gets underway
Brighton & Hove comes together in solidarity at vigil for Brianna Ghey
The 32ft fountain, also known as the Dolphin Fountain, has been disassembled and transported to workshops in Leicester, where it will undergo a complete restoration.
Traumfrau and FilmPride team up for International Women's Day special
Over 400 people in Brighton & Hove came together in solidarity on Wednesday, February 15 at a vigil for 16-year-old trans girl Brianna Ghey, who was found stabbed to death in a Cheshire park.
Joe Black’s Kleines Kabarett - a ginsoaked cabaret extravaganza - at Komedia Brighton on Tuesday, April 4
Traumfrau and FilmPride have teamed up for an "iconic" International Women's Day film screening and party at Ironworks Studios in Brighton on Saturday, March 11 from 7pm
Brighton & Hove councillors agree to raise council tax by 4.99%
Joe Black takes an audience firmly by the hand and guides them to a place where the strange and unusual reign supreme.
Brighton & Hove councillors met last month to set the council's budget for next year and agreed on what services £895 million will be spent.
Council Leader Phélim Mac Cafferty said: "We're making the tough decisions to keep our city moving forward. We are making the best of a bad situation.
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l Allsorts Youth Project
Youth Groups and One-to-One Support for LGBTQ+ young people under 26 (in-person & online). Weekly sessions 01273 721211 or email info@ allsortsyouth.org.uk allsortsyouth.org.ukk
l Brighton & Hove Police
Report all homophobic, biphobic or transphobic incidents to: 24/7 assistance call police on 101 (emergencies 999) Report online at: www.sussex. police.uk
LGBT team (not 24/7) email: LGBT@sussex.pnn. police.uk
l Brighton & Hove LGBT Switchboard
• LGBT Older People’s Project
• LGBT Health and Inclusion Project
• LGBTQ Disability & Neurodiversity Project
• Rainbow Café Project: support for LGBT+ people with dementia
• Trans and Non-Binary Link Project
• LGBT Grief Encounters Project
• Volunteering opportunities, call Riley 07599 434057
Helpline hours: Wed & Thur, 7–9.30pm; trans-only webchat on Sun 3–5pm: call 01273 359042 or email email@example.com or helpline@ switchboard.org.uk Webchat www.switchboard. org.uk/helpline. www.switchboard.org.uk/brighton
Office Number: 01273 234009
l Brighton OneBodyOneFaith
Brighton sexuality, gender, & faith Group. Meets monthly. Contact: Nigel Nash firstname.lastname@example.org. www.onebodyonefaith.org.uk
l Brighton Women’s Centre
Info, counselling, drop-in space, support groups admin@Womenscentre.org.uk or visit www. womenscentre.org.uk
l Lesbian & Gay AA
12-step self-help programme for alcohol addictions: Sun, 7.30pm, Chapel Royal, North St, Btn (side entrance). 01273 203 343 (general AA line). www. alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk
l LGBTQ+ Cocaine Anonymous
Meeting every Tues 6.30-8pm, 6 Tilbury Pl, Brighton, BN2 0GY, CA isn’t allied with any outside organisation, and neither endorses or opposes any causes. Helpline 0800 6120225, www.cocaineanonymous.org.uk www.sussexcocaineanonymous.co.uk
l LGBTQ+ NA Group
Brighton-based LGBTQ+ (welcomes others) Narcotics
Anonymous group every Tue 6.30–8pm, Millwood Centre, Nelson Row, Kingswood St. 0300 999 1212
l LGBT+ Meditation Group
Meditation & discussion, every 2nd & 4th Thur, 5.30–7pm, Anahata Clinic, 119 Edward St, Brighton. 07789 861 367 or www.bodhitreebrighton.org.uk
l Lunch Positive
Lunch club for people with HIV. Meet/make friends, find peer support in safe space. Every Fri, noon–2.30pm, Community Room, Dorset Gdns Methodist Church, Dorset Gdns, Brighton. Lunch £1.50. 07846 464 384 or www.lunchpositive.org
l MCC Brighton
Inclusive, affirming space where all are invited to come
as they are to explore their spirituality without judgement. 01273 515572 or email@example.com www.mccbrighton.org.uk
Independent, impartial services run by and for LGBTQ people with experience of mental health issues. 24 hr confidential answerphone: 01273 234839 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and out of hours online chat www.mindout.org.uk
Social/peer support group for trans, non-binary & intersex, AFAB, FTM, transmasculine & gender queer people. Every 2nd Friday of the month from 6-8pm (currently on Zoom) at Possability Place, Windlesham Venue, BN1 3AH (formerly Space for Change). navigatebrighton.co.uk
l Peer Action
Regular low cost yoga, therapies, swimming, meditation & social groups for people with HIV. contact@ peeraction.net or www.peeraction.net
l Rainbow Families
Support group for lesbian and/or gay parents. 07951 082013 or email@example.com. www.rainbowfamilies.org.uk
l Rainbow Hub
Information, contact, help and guidance to services for LGBT+ communities in Brighton, Hove and Sussex at Rainbow Hub drop in LGBT+ one-stop shop: 93 St James Street, BN2 1TP, 01273 675445 or visit www.therainbowhubbrighton.com
l Some People
Social/support group for LGB or questioning aged 14-19, Tue 5.30-7.30pm, Hastings. Call/text Kerrie Tolley-Cloke 07874 637593 or email somepeople@ eastsussex.gov.uk
l TAGS – The Arun Gay Society
Social Group welcome all in East & West Sussex Areas. Call/Text 07539 513171. More info: www.tagsonline. org.uk
l Victim Support
Anyone seeking help can contact our free 24/7 Supportline number on 0808 16 89 111 or get in touch via the website www.victimsupport.org.uk. A range of tools to help people cope and move forwards after crime can be found at www.mysupportspace.org.uk/moj
l The Village MCC
LGBTQ+ affirming church worship and pastoral care in Kemptown. See www.thevillagemcc.org, or call 07476 667353 for details.
HIV Prevention, Care & Treatment Services
Sussex HIV & AIDS info service 01403 210202 or firstname.lastname@example.org
l Brighton & Hove CAB HIV Project
Money, benefits, employment, housing, info, advocacy. Appointments: Tue-Thur 9am-4pm, Wed 9am-12.30pm Brighton & Hove Citizens Advice Bureau, Brighton Town Hall. 01273 733390 ext 520 or www. brightonhovecab.org.uk
l Clinic M
Free confidential testing & treatment for STIs including HIV, plus Hep A & B vaccinations. Claude Nicol Centre, Sussex County Hospital, on Weds from 5-8pm. 01273 523388 or www.brightonsexualhealth.com
l Community HIV Specialist Service
NHS nursing team supporting patients with HIV in the community and offering free HIV training for groups across Brighton & Hove and West Sussex. www.
l Lawson Unit
Medical advice, treatment for HIV+, specialist clinics, diet & welfare advice, drug trials. 01273 664 722
l The Martin Fisher Foundation
STI HIV self-testing kits via digital vending machines available from: Jubilee Library, Wellsbourne Centre, Portland Road (between Wish Park Surgery and Kamson’s Pharmacy), BMEC Partnership Centre, Prowler and Brighton Sauna. www. themartinfisherfoundation.org
l Substance Misuse Service
Brighton & Hove Recovery Service manages and delivers the adult drug and alcohol services for the city. Change Grow Live (CGL) provides tailored support to adults in Brighton & Hove who identify as LGBTQ+. CGL offers 1-to-1 support, a variety of online and face to face groups. They offer LGBTQ+ specific groups via the peer-led Speakout group and have established links with a wide range of LGBTQ+ services. To refer to the service, email email@example.com or phone 01273 731 900. More info: www.changegrowlive. org/brighton-hove-recovery-service/info
l Sussex Beacon 24-hour nursing & medical care, day care 01273 694222 or www.sussexbeacon.org.uk
l Terrence Higgins Trust Brighton & Hove
For more info about these free services go to the THT office, 61 Ship St, Brighton, Mon–Fri, 10am–5pm 01273 764200 or firstname.lastname@example.org, facebook.com/THTBrighton
For people living with HIV:
• HIV support services: Info, support & practical advice
• Welfare rights advice: find out about benefits
• Counselling from qualified counsellors for up to 12 sessions
Health Promotion in Brighton & Hove: Provides services for men who have sex with men, anyone from African communities, sex workers of any gender, and trans or non-binary people.
• Visit clinic for free fast HIV & STI testing with results in <10 mins
• Free condoms and lube
• Confidential info and advice on sexual health & HIV
• Face2Face for gay/bi men; negotiating sex, chemsex, newly diagnosed
• Tailored support for sex workers, trans people and African communities
• Outreach - say hello online and in person for info, condoms & lube, and HIV/STI testing at Brighton Sauna, Boiler Room Sauna, Amsterdam, Charles Street Tap, and Legends bar. For details please check facebook.com/THTBrighton
l Sexual Health Worthing
Free confidential tests & treatment for STIs inc HIVA; Hep vaccinations. Worthing-based 0845 111345645
l National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline at www.galop.org.uk and 0800 999 5428
l Switchboard 0300 330 0630
l Positiveline (Eddie Surman Trust)
Mon-Fri 11am-10pm, Sat & Sun 4-10pm 0800 1696806
l Mainliners 02075 825226
l National AIDS Helpline 08005 67123
l National Drugs Helpline 08007 76600
l THT AIDS Treatment 08459 470047
l THT direct 0845 1221200
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