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News: UK

Thu 11 Jul, 2013
By Robert Ingham


Jane Czyzselska, Editor of Diva magazine has said that the magazine is launching a new campaign against 'lesbophobia'.

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Jane Czyzselska, Editor of Diva magazine has said that the magazine is launching a new campaign against 'lesbophobia'.

"Everyday Lesbophobia" gives lesbians and bi-women a forum where they can discuss openly about prejudice or serious abuse through portals such as Facebook, Twitter or an online blog, and comes after, in separate incidents, comedians Russell Brand and Bob Mills, spoke about Clare Balding in a way that could be classed as comic bullying.

Brand said he made advances but "she didn't seem that interested" and Mills said give him 20 minutes and he could "turn Clare Balding around" and said he "liked a bit of power between the thighs".

"Everyday Lesbophobia" has been launched after a highly successful campaign "Everyday Sexism".

 

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