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LGBTQ+ meeting places

Subject Source: Homosaurus
Scope Note: Physical or online spaces in which LGBTQ+ people meet.

Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:

Cafe pulls out of Edinburgh Centre, 1 Jan 1997

Identifier: GD61/11/2/1/3/4
Scope and Contents

Announcement of the closure of Café Streuselkuchen, a German style café in the Edinburgh Lesbian Gay and Bisexual Community Centre. Complications with planning permissions are discussed due to the fact that no cooking was permitted on the site.

Dates: 1 Jan 1997

Gay Scotland, Issue 1, Mar 1982 - Apr 1982

Identifier: GD61/10/2/2
Scope and Contents This issue features an editorial by Ian Dunn as well as articles including "Hillhead Byelection: Gay Voters Hold Balance", containing interviews with the main candidates, and World Gaze which discusses gay rights across the world. There are also news reports, a problem page and notice board, adverts, information on social groups such as Glasgow GaySoc and the Gay Outdoor Club, poet’s corner and listings of venues across the UK that are known to provide an atmosphere where gay people are...
Dates: Mar 1982 - Apr 1982

Gay Scotland, Issue 3, Jul 1982 - Aug 1982

Identifier: GD61/10/2/4
Scope and Contents The front cover’s headlines are: "Censorship and Gay Men’s Images", "Homointern Alive: International Gay Association (IGA)", and "Lesbians Live in Dublin". This issue contains an editorial by Ian Dunn, as well as letters from readers; an article on the Scottish Homosexual Rights Group's (SHRG) first decision-making forum; news reports (including an article on the conviction of Tom Paton); "World Gaze", which discusses an IGA meeting in Strasbourg; the Lesbian Column with the headlines:...
Dates: Jul 1982 - Aug 1982

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