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LGBTQ+ night life

Subject Source: Homosaurus
Scope Note: Nighttime social activities and entertainment catering to LGBTQ+ people, often located at bars and clubs.

Found in 69 Collections and/or Records:

Gay Scotland, Issue 4, Sep 1982 - Oct 1982

Identifier: GD61/10/2/5
Scope and Contents Front cover headlines include: "Gay Youth Organise"; "China and Gay People"; Wilfion: Who was s/he?" (an article on William Sharp/Fiona MacLeod); "Owen Dudley Edwards on the Gay Novel"; and "Poem on Pasolini". Issue also includes a Gay Festival Fringe 4 Page Pull-Out What’s On Guide.Also included are: letters from readers; an editorial; a notice from the Edinburgh Gay Christian Movement; news reports (including a report on Gay Pride 1982 in London); Gay Women’s Page (including a...
Dates: Sep 1982 - Oct 1982

Gay Scotland, Issue 5, Nov 1982 - Dec 1982

Identifier: GD61/10/2/6
Scope and Contents Front cover headlines include: "Tom Robinson Talks to Gay Scotland"; "More Female Trouble from Bryony Lavery"; and "It’s Our Bookshop and It’s Scotland’s First", an article on the opening of Lavender Menace. Contents include: letters from readers; an editorial; news reports including "Lord Lieutenant Refuses to Intervene", which discusses the Fife branch of the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group (SHRG) being refused advertising space in newspapers and on buses; Gay Women’s Page; recurring...
Dates: Nov 1982 - Dec 1982

Gay Scotland, Issue 6, Jan 1983 - Feb 1983

Identifier: GD61/10/2/7
Scope and Contents Front cover reads: "Pull Together for ’83!"Contents include: an editorial; news and reports; adverts; "Gay Broadcasting", which reports on the first international forum on homosexual radio and television held in Brussels in 1892; "Gay Women’s Page"; youth news, views; leisure and pleasure; "David's Bed", a short story by Derek Ogg; "Screw on the Turn", a short story by E. Beckett; "World Gaze"; "Regular Features"; "Book Reviews"; classified ads; and letters to the editor....
Dates: Jan 1983 - Feb 1983

Gay Scotland, Issue 7, Mar 1983 - Apr 1983

Identifier: GD61/10/2/8
Scope and Contents Front cover reads: "International Gay Association (IGA) Meeting in Edinburgh plus Lesbian Scotland, Gay Youth News, Walt Whitman".Contents include: an editorial; adverts; news and reports, including a report on The Police and Evidence Bill; "Gay Women’s Page"; youth news, views; leisure and pleasure, including article titled "New Look for Fire Island"; "World Gaze"; "Regular Features"; "Book Reviews"; "Classifieds"; and letters to the editor.Other articles include:...
Dates: Mar 1983 - Apr 1983

Gay Scotland, Issue 9, Jul 1983 - Aug 1983

Identifier: GD61/10/2/10
Scope and Contents

Front cover reads: "AIDS in Scotland. Special 2-page report". This issue also includes coverage of: a national Befriending conference; a report on a Gay Christian Movement meeting and an article covering the Church of Scotland's Report on Homosexuality; Gayfest '83; the sale of Gay News; "World Gaze" - coverage of international gay news; Lesbian Line and ILIS conferences; and "Summer In London", including information on getting there and getting around.

Dates: Jul 1983 - Aug 1983

Gay Scotland, Issue 14, May 1984 - Jun 1984

Identifier: GD61/10/2/16
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a person standing in front of a mirror with their reflection shown with make up on, and the word "trans" is written in lipstick. This issue includes: an article in AIDS and poppers; gay prisoners; physical abuse suffered by people leaving Fire Island; the National and Local Government Officers Association's conference; the 1984 election in the United States of America (USA); homosexuality in Germany; an article covering 15 years of the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group...
Dates: May 1984 - Jun 1984

Gay Scotland, Issue 17, Nov 1984 - Dec 1984

Identifier: GD61/10/2/19
Scope and Contents The front cover shows a two women kissing and reads: “AIDS Advice”, “Bill Grainger Interview”, “NALGO”, and “Listings”.This issue includes: an article about a Swiss magazine covering claims of a cure for AIDS; a report on the Miners Support Group; Rugby Councils, and a debate over a NALGO (National Association of Local Government Officers) non-discrimination policy; an interview with Bill Grainger who established the gay nightclub, Fire Island; international news relating to the...
Dates: Nov 1984 - Dec 1984

Gay Scotland, Issue 19, Mar 1985 - Apr 1985

Identifier: GD61/10/2/21
Scope and Contents Front cover shows a pink triangle with the word "changes" written across it. This issue covers: the future of the SHRG; the proposed Scottish Assembly; updates on the Glasgow Youth Group; suspension of the magazine Minor Problems; anger at the press coverage of AIDS and descriptions of "the gay plague"; new members of the Gay Scotland team; AIDS updates by Derek Ogg of Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM); report on a talk on AIDS provided by Dr Sandy MacMillan; launch of the lesbian magazine,...
Dates: Mar 1985 - Apr 1985

Gay Scotland, Issue 22, Aug 1985

Identifier: GD61/10/2/24
Scope and Contents This front cover reads: “Fest Extra” and shows dancer Michael Clark and a short article included in this issue discusses his Edinburgh International Festival show, which was designed by Leigh Bowery. This issues discusses: the Edinburgh Gay and Lesbian Pride rally and the London “Lesbian and Gay Pride Carnival Parade ; a forum for the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group (SHRG); the suicide of a gay man who had been evicted from his lodgings; discrimination against gay men and...
Dates: Aug 1985

Gay Scotland, Issue 23, Sep 1985 - Oct 1985

Identifier: GD61/10/2/25
Scope and Contents The front covers reads "Toronto Exclusive", and shows a large crowd with some holding banners. An article in this issue discusses the first International Gay Association (IGA) Conference held Toronto between 1 July 1985 and 7 July 1985. This issues discusses: funding for Scottish AIDS Monitor (SAM); funding for the London Lesbian and Gay Centre; the suicide of a gay man who had been evicted from his lodgings and a report in the Scotsman relating to a speech given by Robin Cook...
Dates: Sep 1985 - Oct 1985