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Tue 25 Sep, 2012
By Robert Ingham

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Adam Lambert Bi-curious?

New guy on the block Adam Lambert has revealed in an interview that it isn’t only the men he plays with

Sarah Silverman speaks about equal rights

Outspoken comedienne Sarah Silverman has made her viewpoints on equality very clear as she stated she wouldn’t marry her new boyfriend until the LGBT community are granted the same rights.

R-Patz hates women partz

Valentines Day was bitter sweet for many girls around the globe as twilight sensation Robert Pattinson hinted that he may be gay.

GLAAD aren’t so glad with Mayer

John Mayer has recently found himself in a bit of trouble with the minority groups after his controversial interview with Playboy magazine and now gay rights groups are asking for an apology regarding his derogatory language.

EVENT: Diverse voices - Celebrating Black LGBT Authors, 3rd October, 7pm to 9pm

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The Network celebrates Black History Month with an evening exploring and celebrating the spoken word in the work of Black writers and poets. Among those who will present and talk about their work are:

Thomas Glave, American author and academic of Jamaican descent, whose works include The Torturer's Wife, Whose Song? And Other Stories, Words to Our Now: Imagination and Dissent, and Our Caribbean: A Gathering of Lesbian and Gay Writing from the Antilles (editor and contributor).

Andra Simons, Bermudian writer, poet, director and actor currently living in London.

Poet and erotic fiction author Jacqueline Applebee.

MC Angel, Street Poet and host of Lyrically Challenged,

Chaired by photographer Ajamu of rukus! Federation. and

The latest in the series ‘Monthly at Woolfson & Tay’ - the Network’s own programme of events. Contact Southwark LGBT Network

At Woolfson & Tay bookshop, café, gallery, 13 Bermondsey Square, London, SE1 3UN Admission free. Get there early. Free tea & coffee.


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