Photo: by Vera Kratochvil. In the small pond that is gay Manchester, a couple of dozen people back-pat and promote each other. Publicity and awards are given.
Update: (25 October 2011): part of this article has been removed while further research is done. “Stockport NHS cut gay charity by 100 per cent” was the emotive headline in The Pink Paper on 26 May 2011.
Here’s a PDF copy of the Lesbian and Gay Foundation’s Annual Report and Financial Statements, for the year ending 2008.
More than a quarter of the LGF’s income comes from
At an employment tribunal, to begin next Monday, two former employees of Manchester’s LGF will claim that they were victimised.
Shout out: are you the person who was asked to remove their hooded top for the photoshoot and who refused and was then excluded, or did you witness this incident? I would be very interested to hear your story. Please contact me. Watch the six minute video (super-widescreen format!). It includes two minutes of exclusive […]
Why doesn’t the name of the LGF (or ‘Lesbian and Gay F**kwits’ as the poppets are known locally) include bisexual or transgender? Who could be dropped next? Lesbians perhaps?
250,000 do not watch the Parade as the organisers claim. The true figure is ‘tens of thousands’ and here is the proof.