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April 7, 2014 in Uncategorized

Homophobic murder music: Free speech v hate speech. Anti-gay lyrics – Where to draw the line? READ:

Peter Tatchell, Director of the Peter Tatchell Foundation, writes:

Together with crude misogyny, homophobic lyrics have long blighted some strands of rap and reggae music. Artists such as Eminem and Buju Banton have been in the firing line for incendiary anti-gay hate music; ranging from raps with insults like ‘faggot’ to overtly glorifying and encouragin…

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Peter Tatchell Foundation | Speaking out for Human Rights

April 2, 2014 in Our Rights

Save Civil Partnerships. Extend them to straights

April 17 deadline for responses to government consultation

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Peter Tatchell Foundation

March 31, 2014 in Our Rights

Same -sex marriage ban imposed only in 1971. Now ban is history! Previously no ban. Legal by default. Marriage Act 1949 does not require marriage partners to be male & female. We now have two separate marriage laws: the Marriage Act 1949 fo…See moreGay Marriage Ban Imposed Only in 1971 – Now It’s History!! The ban on same-sex marriage in England and Wales is being finally lifted after a campaign for its repeal that lasted 43 years. The ban was imposed for the first time in 1971. Previously, there was no legal prohibition on lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender LGBT couples…

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LGBT Wolverhampton History Month

March 17, 2014 in Gay History Month

A celebration of all the things done for LGBT History month

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Speed Dating & Friendship Making

February 7, 2014 in Projects & Events

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Wolverhampton Has Amazing Talent

February 7, 2014 in Gay History Month, Projects & Events


LGBT History Month

February 7, 2014 in Gay History Month, Projects & Events

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LGBT History Quiz and Karaoke Special

February 7, 2014 in Projects & Events


WHAT Talent

January 24, 2014 in Projects & Events

WHAT Talent 2014

Peter Tatchell becomes Patron of LGBT Wolverhampton

January 14, 2014 in Press & Media


Peter Tatchell becomes Patron of local charity

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Peter Tatchell

It is with great pride that LGBT Network Wolverhampton can announce that Peter Tatchell; Human Rights campaigner, hailed as both “A National Hero”i and “One of the most influential gay men of this century”ii, is to become a patron of LGBT Network Wolverhampton. For decades Peter Tatchell has paved the way in the struggle for true equality, championing not only LGBT rights but all human rights.

Peter says “I’m honoured to be patron of LGBT Network Wolverhampton and to support the amazing, important work it does. The network performs a very valuable social service, bringing together the local LGBT community, celebrating its contribution to the city and supporting vulnerable LGBT people. It is a wonderful community asset.”

The patronage of a remarkable individual such as Peter will serve as an ongoing inspiration to the Network’s many volunteers; without whom the vital work of the organisation would not be possible.

“I could not be more thrilled or more proud that someone as courageous and dedicated as Peter Tatchell is choosing to lend his support and to put his internationally respected name to our organisation” – Martha Bishop, LGBT Network General Manager