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Friday, 18 October 2013 23:47

Girl on Girl: A Documentary On Lesbian Visibility

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Jodie Savitz needs you to promote her documentary on the female lesbians.

 Including Intersectional identities

A film and an event of discussion will take place on October 17th at the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and museum, Argyle Street in Glasgow from 2:00PM - 3:30PM.

According to Equality Network, the Equality Network’s Glasgow Action Group and the Scottish Transgender Alliance present extracts from short films that explore Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender identities in Scotland.

The films focuses on Minority Ethnic LGBT and Disabled LGBT intersectional people and include their ideas on how services can better include them. A discussion about including intersectional identities in services will follow the screening.

The entry is free but the places are limited so do not forget to book one as fast as possible to avoid a disappointment.

This event is part of the VoX's Moving Minds V programm at the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.

For more information, just click here: mhfestival.com/moving-minds-v-presented-by-vox-voices-of-experience-and-kelvingrove-art-gallery-and-museummhfestival.com/moving-minds-v-presented-by-vox-voices-of-experience-and-kelvingrove-art-gallery-and-museum

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British TV actress Sophie Ward, during the Alternative Parenting Show, "alternative" families include same-sex parents, called for more support for gay and lesbian parents.

Monday, 07 October 2013 18:29

Michelle Rodriguez Came Out As Bisexual

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Finally… Michelle… finally….Yes, actress Michelle Rodriguez finally publicly spoke about her sexuality.

Jennifer-Jason-Leigh Michelle-Monaghananne torv

Ryan Murphy, Glee's creator, launches a new project called 'Open' with lesbian love stories.

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