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An enduring search for safe spaces has defined the precarious movement of the LGBTQI+ communities and minorities. During the LGBT History Month, this event seeks to discuss safer spaces within Cambridge. The panel and workshop will bring together activists, artists and academics. Which streets do you take/ avoid when walking at home at night? Which...

Maurice is coming to the Corpus Playroom for five nights from Tuesday to Saturday.   "Well, I'm here now. I'll always be here." Revealed posthumously with the note 'publishable, but worth it?', Maurice is a gay love story by E.M. Forster that encapsulates the struggle of being a closeted gay man in Edwardian England and the joy of reclaiming a...

Join us on Tuesday, 18 February, 2020 for the Department of Archaeology's second annual LGBT+ History Month lecture "Queer(y)ing the Past" this year delivered by Dan Vo (V&A). All are welcome to attend. Drinks reception to follow the talk. Bridging Binaries: Thinking Beyond Borders Abstract: From queens, emperors and divine beings, to scientists, artists and global communities, Bridging...

Dhiverse is the local HIV and Sexual Health Charity. We have been working with LBGT+ communities to improve sexual  health for the last 35 years. Come and here some of our stories! Access: There is wheelchair access. There is padded seating, an accessible toilet, a designated quiet space, general car parking and blue badge parking in...

A chance for you to show off your talent: with a song, poem, comedy sketch or story. Come shine at this first open mic specifically for the lgbt+ community as part of history month. Audiences welcome too at this warm, friendly event. To book a ten minute slot email connietulip@icloud.com or turn up at 7pm. Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/620099722126612/ Access:...

A monthly coffee group open to anyone who identifies as transgender, non-binary, intersex or questioning. Come and meet up for a friendly chat and a coffee. We will be meeting at Espresso Library, a blue and pink toy panda will be on the table to identify the group. If you’re worried about attending, don’t want to...

‘These histories have not always been visible, but they have always been there.’ From queens, emperors, and divine beings to artists and local collectors explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in Fitzwilliam Museum. Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about gender and sexual identity through a range...

What can you learn from different cultures' interpretation of gender and sexual identity? From women scientists in the polar regions, to communities living at the extreme ends of the Earth explore the spectrum of identities that exist across time, place and culture in the Polar Museum. Our volunteer guides share their personal selection of fascinating stories about...

This LGBT+ history month, we're celebrating actor Sophie Ward and her début novel.Well known for her work in Book of Blood (2009) and Jane Eyre (2011), Sophie's relationship with Rena Brannan also made headlines. She will be discussing Love and Other Thought Experiments – a unique, playful and compelling novel with a relationship of two women at its core. Book signing to follow. Tickets are £3/5...