Scene Magazine - October 2022

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'Drag Calendar' to raise funds for local HIV charity, the Sussex Beacon

Take Action; Lace Up: World AIDS Day RED RUN to return on November 26

Sid Spencer, who runs Fat Pigeon Art, has announced his new range of Christmas goodies - the Real Dragwives of Brighton & Hove calendar and a special Christmas card - will raise funds for local HIV charity, the Sussex Beacon.

The World AIDS Day RED RUN, a 10k/5k charity fun run and 5K walk, is to return to London's Victoria Park on Saturday, November 26. Organised to unite the HIV sector, the RED RUN creates a platform for HIV organisations across the country to raise awareness and vital funds for their work.

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CLASSICAL NOTES

Queer Britain to celebrate culture and creativity in communities

Reviews and previews from Nick Boston READ MORE

Two more suspects arrested over LGBTQ+ Pride shooting in Norway

The Queerest Fun Palace in Britain is set to welcome the public on Sunday, October 2. READ MORE

'Food SOS’ campaign in Brighton & Hove

Norwegian police confirmed they have arrested two more suspects in connection with a deadly shooting during the annual LGBTQ+ Pride festival in Oslo in June. READ MORE

The campaign is to support Brighton & Hove food banks as demand surges and donations fall READ MORE


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running gay porn studios in the world, will celebrate its return to Europe by teaming up with London sex and fetish club Hard On for the studio’s first UK party in 10 years. The Hard On club is having its 19th birthday party on Saturday, October 15 from 10pm5am, a year ahead of the 25th anniversary of Treasure Island Media. Now the two industry legends are teaming up to host one of the biggest club nights London has seen in a decade. As well as the usual top fetish DJs, massive dark rooms and a laser-lit dance floor, the Hard On / Treasure Island Media party will be packed with extra treats. There’s a stage show, sneak previews of new Treasure Island Media movies, free giveaways, and goodie bags filled with the best studio merchandise to be won. The first 50 people to join the queue on the night will also receive a limited edition gift. Every partygoer will also receive exclusive discounts and deals on Treasure Island Media memberships, so they don’t miss the new allBritish Treasure Island Media porn when it goes live later this year. Tommy Trash, Head of Treasure Island Media Europe and our cover star, said: “I’m thrilled to be bringing Treasure Island Media back to the UK scene and I can’t wait to celebrate with our all-out Hard On birthday bash.

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Treasure Island Media teams up with London fetish club to host its first official party in 10 years

“Whether you’ve been to one of these parties before or are totally new to it, please come and join us to celebrate the return of Treasure Island Media to the UK. We’re not just a porn studio, we’re part of the culture and community of sexpositive guys in the UK and Europe, free from all the crap or judgement. “Everyone is welcome to meet our models, watch some of our new movies, win some exclusive gear and dance and play until the sun comes up. It’s going to be one of the wildest club nights London has seen in years.” PIC CRED: HARD ON


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Earlier this year, Treasure Island Media’s all-new UK production team rebooted filming in Europe, searching for sex-positive men and shooting the most authentic porn from the UK and beyond. The Treasure Island Media Europe team is on the hunt for men to film as they ramp up the studio’s European production schedule into 2023.

“Whether you’ve been to one of these parties before or are totally new to it, please come and join us to celebrate the return of Treasure Island Media to the UK. We’re not just a porn studio, we’re part of the culture and community of sex-positive guys in the UK and Europe, free from all the crap or judgement.” Treasure Island Media stars past and present, along with the studio’s new production team, will be joining the party this month ready to dance, chat, play and answer people’s questions about filming. Suzie Krueger, Hard On’s founder, added: “It’s great to have Treasure Island Media back in London, joining Hard On to throw one of the greatest fetish parties we’ve held in a long time. “Hard On birthday parties are the biggest events of the year, so who better to share it with than the kinky guys at Treasure Island Media who always know how to have fun. “It’s been 10 years since Treasure Island Media’s last event with us, and what a packed-out party that was! I know everyone will have a lot of fun and I hope as many people as possible can

come and celebrate with us. This one-off club night is not to be missed so get your tickets and don’t miss out.

make Hard On the best event we can and I want to thank all our loyal customers and all the new guys who come and check out our party every month.”

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“I’m so proud to have achieved 19 years of Hard On this year, London’s best and horniest gay Treasure Island Media marks its 25th anniversary sex and fetish club. My team and I work hard to in 2023, and will celebrate with a year-long series of stories and events about the studio’s achievements, controversies and milestones – the inside story on the first gay bareback porn company in the world. It was founded in 1998 by Paul Morris to reflect his love for filming real and raw sex between men without the silly storylines. Over a quarter of a century, the studio has pioneered a no-limits approach to capturing the entire range of male sexual play. When: Saturday, October 15, 10pm-5am. Last entry at 4am. Where: Hard On, Union Nightclub, 66 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP Dress code: Hard On enforces a strict dress code of rubber, leather, sports, jocks, harnesses, neoprene, or nothing but your boots. D For tickets, visit: www.skiddle.com/whatson/London/Union-Club-Vauxhall/Hard-OnBirthday/36179064/


BLAGSS' 'Bowling Extravaganza' to take place on Wednesday, November 2

Brighton LGBT Sports Society's (BLAGSS) Bowling Extravaganza is to take place at Hollywood Bowl at Brighton Marina on Wednesday, November 2 from 7pm - with practice from 6.30pm. READ MORE

The benefits of pleasure! By Esmale

Esmale is all about putting a big smile on your face through their pleasure tools and sexy gear. READ MORE

Trans Can Sport announces programme of events for this autumn

Terrence Higgins Trust: series of Living Well Service groups and webinars

From work and skills, to exploring your relationship with chems. READ MORE

BOOK REVIEW: 'A Working-Class Family Ages Badly' by Juno Roche

The charity, a not-for-profit project based in Brighton & Hove, was created to get trans people into exercise and healthy living. READ MORE

Zander Murray becomes the first openly gay Scottish professional football player

This is writing that takes us somewhere, sometimes through a shockingly forthright landscape.

The 30-year-old said the weight of the world was now off his shoulders

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Health Secretary must 'prioritise monkeypox's devastating impact on sexual health services'

Sexual health charities - Terrence Higgins Trust, National AIDS Trust and PrEPster - have warned Health Secretary Thérèse Coffey MP that sexual health clinics are in crisis with the current monkeypox outbreak displacing other vital services, including testing for sexually transmitted infections, HIV prevention and access to contraception. READ MORE

LGBTQ+ Pride marchers in Cyprus gather to seek equal family rights

Visual Storytelling Workshop at Sussex Beacon with Angelica Cabezas Pino

Filmmaker and researcher, Angelica Cabezas Pino, recently joined local HIV charity the Sussex Beacon's Women's Group to show her awardwinning film in which people from Chile tell their stories about living with HIV. On Saturday, October 8 from 10am, she will be returning to the charity to run a storytelling workshop to give you the opportunity to tell your own story in a safe, confidential environment with other women and non-binary people. READ MORE

Hundreds of LGBTQ+ activists turned to the streets of the Cypriot capital on September 25 to push for equal rights irrespective of sexual orientation. READ MORE

Legendary DJ, Tony De Vit, honoured with blue plaque

During Birmingham Pride, an unveiling ceremony was held at the site of the Custard Factory recording studios. READ MORE


Brighton & Hove City Council publishes Madeira Terrace restoration planning application

The planning application for the first phase of restoration of Madeira Terrace, an iconic part of Brighton’s seafront since the 1890s, has been published by Brighton & Hove City Council. READ MORE

Russia considering doubling fines for exposing children to 'LGBT propaganda'

DIRTY QUEERS: LGBTQ+ artists showcased in new exhibition

Dirty Queers is a "glorious, multi-sensory exhibition of photography, film, art, and sculpture brought to you by a collective of sex-positive, queer artists" on October 8 at London’s Bateman Street Gallery. READ MORE

Terrence Higgins Trust appoints new Medical Director

Dr Kate Nambiar will take over from Dr Michael Brady who is stepping down after almost 15 years in the role. The legislation would making any event or act seen as promoting homosexuality an administrative offence. READ MORE

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BOOK REVIEW: 'Love From the Pink Palace' by Jill Nalder

WorkFair to return in 2022 for LGBTQ+ graduates and professionals

WorkFair 2022, themed Working With Pride, is to return on Wednesday, October 19 to help LGBTQ+ candidates connect with inclusive employers.

This book is a huge throb of love, from a woman who continues to give and share.

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Devon celebrates ten years of Pride!

The Clare Project seeks new trustees

The Clare Project, the trans, non-binary and intersex support charity in Sussex, is looking for volunteer trustees to support them over the coming years. The historic market town of Totnes in rural Devon, saw its tenth Pride event in September, which brought the LGBTQ+ community together with their allies, to celebrate difference and demand queer liberation. READ MORE

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The Coast Is Queer, Brighton & Hove’s festival of LGBTQ+ writing, to return in October

Terrence Higgins Trust's Chief Executive to step down after seven years

Ian Green is to step down as Chief Executive of HIV and sexual health charity Terrence Higgins Trust (THT) – more than 25 years on from his own HIV diagnosis. READ MORE

JUNO DAWSON

QueerAF launches What The Pox? podcast with Martin Joseph

Following an online edition of the festival in 2021 attracting viewers from all over the world, The Coast Is Queer producers, New Writing South and Marlborough Productions, are thrilled that this flagship UK festival of LGBTQ+ writing has a new home at Brighton’s Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts.

The podcast features several first-hand accounts of the virus, world-leading voices, as well as those on the frontline of the outbreak in the UK. READ MORE

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Martlets has 'graze expectations' for new art trail

Brighton & Hove City Council announces £30,000 emergency food fund to help tackle cost of living crisis

Martlets, the local charity that provides lifechanging hospice care, has unveiled the character for its next art trail - Shaun the Sheep by the Sea.

In response to the ongoing cost-of-living crisis, Brighton & Hove City Council (BHCC) has announced a new fund to help community groups and organisations provide emergency food for people during winter 2022/23..

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MindOut for the Laughs raises an incredible £3,700 for LGBTQ+ mental health

MindOut is a mental health service run by and for lesbians, gay, bisexual, trans, and queer people. The charity works to improve the mental health and wellbeing of all LGBTQ+ communities and to make mental health a community concern. MindOut said: "Huge thanks to everyone who joined us for the evening and bought merch and raffle tickets."

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English football chief reassures LGBTQ+ fans ahead of World Cup in Qatar

English Football Association chief executive Mark Bullingham has reassured LGBTQ+ football fans that they won't be arrested for holding hands or kissing in public at the World Cup in Qatar. READ MORE

Second vaccine doses to be offered to those at highest risk from monkeypox

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As of September 20, more than 45,000 people have received a dose of the vaccine including over 40,000 gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men. READ MORE


Martlets partners with Allsorts Youth Project for trans inclusion training

Writing Our Legacy @ Changing Chalk to launch on October 18

Martlets, which provides hospice care to people living through terminal illness in Brighton & Hove, has partnered with Sussex-based LGBTQ+ youth charity Allsorts Youth Project to offer training to hospice staff on the experiences of trans people. READ MORE

Brighton & Hove LGBTQ+ Switchboard offering free care packages during cost of living crisis

Writing Our Legacy @ Changing Chalk is a new collaboration between National Trust, South Downs National Park Authority and the writers and creatives of Writing Our Legacy. READ MORE

Queer East to team up with Lewes Depot and Fabrica Gallery in October

With the cost of living rising, Brighton & Hove LGBTQ+ Switchboard has realised many LGBTQ+ people don't have a safety net to fall back on. The charity is offering free care packages to anyone who needs them, with essential items such as toiletries, period products, underwear, kitchenware, bedding and self care items. Priority will be given to disabled folks, people with no recourse to public funds, community members who are QTIBIPOC, and those who are homeless or fleeing unsafe homes. READ MORE

Queer East is a LGBTQ+ film festival that showcases rarely-seen queer cinema from East and Southeast Asia. READ MORE


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Thousands march in anti-LGBTQ+ demonstration in Istanbul

This is... #DALEYPOP!

Several thousand people took part in an antiLGBTQ+ demonstration in Istanbul in September, calling for LGBTQ+ associations to be closed down and displaying offensive signs. READ MORE

New text messaging service to offer students in Sussex 24/7 mental health support

What's HOT in the world of POP?! Dale Melita aka #DaleyPop shares his favourite new tracks! READ MORE

Student jury to choose winning film from 12 new features chosen for Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival 2022

Young people who are anxious, stressed, depressed or overwhelmed can text the word SUSSEX to 85258 to be connected to a trained volunteer for a real-time text-based conversation and immediate mental health support. READ MORE

Queer I Am season two to launch October 1

Twelve new feature films will be shown during the 16th annual Iris Prize LGBTQ+ Film Festival in October, including three films directed by previous Iris Prize alumni. The jury for Best Feature is made up of six students from the University of South Wales, Film and TV Wales. READ MORE BARRIO BOY

The new season features interviews with 17 incredible guests. READ MORE


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SERVICES DIRECTORY LGBTQ+ Services 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 info@switchboard.org.uk 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 nigelnash@me.com. 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 info@mccbrighton.org.uk www.mccbrighton.org.uk l MindOut Independent, impartial services run by and for LGBTQ people with experience of mental health issues. 24 hr confidential answerphone: 01273 234839 or email info@mindout.org.uk and out of hours online chat www.mindout.org.uk l Navigate 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 info@rainbowfamilies.org.uk. 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 l AVERT Sussex HIV & AIDS info service 01403 210202 or confidential@avert.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.

sussexcommunity.nhs.uk/hiv 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 brighton.info@cgl.org.uk 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 info.brighton@tht.org.uk, 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

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1 Affinity Bar m 129 St James’s St, BN2 1TH www.facebook.com/AffinityGayBar/ 2 Centre Stage mm 11-12 Marine Parade, BN2 1TL 01273 688 826 www.facebook.com/centrestagebrighton 3 R-Bar m 10 Steine St, BN2 1TE 01273 609777 www.barbroadway.co.uk 4 Bar Revenge m 5-7 Marine Parade, BN2 1TA www.revenge.co.uk C5HUBarber Blacksheep m RCHGeorge’s Rd, BN2 1EB 18 St ST 01273 623408 wwww.barberblacksheep.com 6 Bedford Tavern mm 30 Western St, BN1 2PG 01273 739495 7 Brighton Birdcage m

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