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Dear Mr. Baldwin

Dear Mr. Baldwin,

I cannot begin. I don’t know how.

You and I have never met. I have never heard your vocal cords create disturbances in the air which sound like you, I have never seen a live interview of you on television, and I did not get to watch you grow old waiting for the world to transform under your fingertips. 518 more words

LGBTQ

Second edition of Ooh Yes I Do! The ultimate gay & lesbian wedding planner to be published in due course

I’m thrilled to announce that I’m working on a second edition of Ooh Yes I Do! The ultimate gay & lesbian wedding planner.  The book was self-published in 2013 and and I think the time has come to add up to date information about same-sex marriage to the original content.  192 more words

Australia: Tiernan Brady Says A Lot Has Been Achieved Towards Marriage Equality, But More Needed

Tiernan Brady writes that a lot has been achieved for marriage equality in Australia in the last four weeks, but outlines what has to come next to achieve the goal of equal marriage for the LGBT community there. 539 more words

LGBT

I've never really thought about if I'm an 'ally'. I hope I am

Hi, I’m Dan, I’m the editor of this website and I’m a straight man.

I was in two minds about whether I should write anything to be included as part of  1,504 more words

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WHO CAN BLAME THEM FOR LEAVING

Throughout February, we’re getting people from all over Northern Ireland to contribute personal pieces in the run up to the election on March 2nd. 28 days in February for 28 different voices. 998 more words

28 Days

WRITING LGBTQIA+ FANTASY FOR NORTHERN IRELAND

Throughout February, we’re getting people from all over Northern Ireland to contribute personal pieces in the run up to the election on March 2nd. 28 days in February for 28 different voices. 970 more words

28 Days

Dethroning the mythology for a richer vision of marriage

The Church of England has recently talked much about the sanity of marriage but much that has been said seems to owe more to an idealise, even mythological, view of an institution that in reality is much more diverse than often presented. 699 more words

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