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Are you proud of your heterosexuality?

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DID YOU KNOW that July is becoming known as ‘Heterosexual Awareness Month’? Now that the month has passed, are you more aware of your own, or other people’s, heterosexuality? I’m guessing the answer is no – and I’m guessing that most of you probably don’t feel the need for a particular time to be proud of who you are and… Read more »

Photo A Day – December 5: Looking up #FMSphotoaday

THIS IS THE VIEW looking up the hill outside the building where I work. The charity, the Young Person’s Advisory Service in Liverpool city centre, has been supporting children, young people and families on Merseyside for 46 years, in premises that have supported child welfare for over a century. It is a quaint, charming and eccentric building, with doors and stairs… Read more »

SEEN and not heard? Why I am inspired to work for my community

ON OCTOBER 12th SEEN, the LGBT community magazine for Merseyside, will host the second annual SEEN Awards. This year there are several new awards, including ‘Inspirational Person of the Year’. When the shortlist was announced at the end of August I was pleasantly surprised to find I am on it. Am I inspirational? Clearly someone thought so, otherwise I wouldn’t… Read more »