Brighton based start-up Gender Free World (GFW), continues to disrupt fashion industry standard practice by launching a ‘pre-loved’ clothing service as part of its commitment to slow fashion. The world’s first dedicated brand led pre-loved buy and sell group.
Now entering its fourth year, GFW is on a mission to dispel the outdated tradition of clothing separated by gender identity by providing clothing for individuals regardless of their sex but still designed to fit their body.
Bermuda has therefore appealed to the London Privy Council to prohibit marriage equality again.
There is only one day left to take part in the consultation launched by the British government on the Gender Recognition Act.
Cambridge City Council wants to change its equality policy. Since 2010, it has been established across the UK to prohibit discrimination against transgender people, while including an exemption for women-only services.
Northern Ireland is currently the last country in the United Kingdom not to have legalized equal marriage yet. The good news is that business leaders have decided to push.
The organisers of the Women Over 50 Film Festival (WOFFF) have unveiled their full programme of films and events for the 2018 festival. The exiting programme will take place in Brighton and Lewes from 20th–23rd September and has received endorsement from major female film and television stars.
In York, Anne Lister's commemorative plaque will be modified so that her sexuality is perfectly written.
Chief Rabbi of the United Hebrew Congregations of the Commonwealth, Ephraim Mirvis, wants to end homophobia. He calls on all schools to protect LGBTQ students.
A survey conducted by the Centre for LGBTQ+ Inclusion in Education at Leeds Beckett University reveals that 40% of LGBT teachers have faced bullying in the United Kingdom.
75 recommendations were presented to the government to promote equality and combat discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.