What do Brighton’s Section 28 demonstrations reveal about the relationship between politics and pleasure when it comes to queer resistance.
Jessica Scantlebury 80 years ago this year, Mass Observation (MO) was launched. This social research organisation promised to be a scientific study of human social behaviour and everyday life in Britain. “Mass Observation”, its founders declared in their first published
Histories from the Sussex Gay Liberation Front (SGLF) History Project are firmly rooted in place.
Have your say about Brighton’s LGBTQ History with the team from Queer Beyond London.
BE BOLD is opening up the Brighton Museum & Art Gallery to Brighton’s LGBTQ community.
Here’s your chance to have your say on how LGBTQ communities and histories will be commemorated and celebrated by Brighton Museum & Art Gallery.
Brighton has long been known as the ‘gay capital’ of England, but the city is also a centre for trans communities and histories. A recent project called Brighton Trans*formed, undertaken by QueenSpark Books, recorded the lives and experiences of Brighton’s transgender community in their own words.