The Love Unites Parade brings the spirit of Pride to the centre of Reading and provides an opportunity for groups, organisations and individuals to show their support for both Pride and the ongoing campaign for equality. PridePlus is back! Enjoy an unrivaled view of the Main Stage, as well as its own private bar and exclusive private cabin toilets.
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About us We arrange social events both on and off the scene in and around Reading and surrounding areas. Our popular events include meeting for coffee, trying out a variety of local cuisines and restaurants, outdoor activities and visiting local bars and clubs. All our events are relaxed, friendly, positive and you will be made feel more than welcome by your host and fellow members. Members run a number of events and activities throughout the year and we are always welcoming new faces.
Murielle Jayer met her girlfriend Anna Tippett through the group, which now boasts more than members who try to meet up at least once a week. A French woman who helped to forge a stronger LGBT community in Reading never imagined her group would become so popular. Murielle Jayer, 26, who lives in Central Reading, moved to the borough in after her French employers offered her a sales position in its UK office.
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Each performer was wearing an architectural model on their head, and instead of lip-syncing, they were reading out snippets of planning and licensing documents. The event had been organised by the architecture academics Ben Campkin and Lo Marshall as a riff on the famous Beaux Arts Ball in New York, at which attendees dressed as the Chrysler building and the Waldorf Astoria hotel. They have been analysing the changing landscape of the queer community in London sinceand dragged up once again in front of the press at the Whitechapel Gallery to mark the opening of Queer Spaces: London, s—Today.
Stumbled across the Blagrave Arms accidentally and so glad we did! Really friendly staff and the The team are friendly and the venue overall is well My evening in the Blagrave Arms was probably one of the best nights of my life.
Last November, University College London published a report looking at LGBTI nightlife in London sincewhich highlighted an intensity of closures of long-standing venues in the capital. Last month, much-loved Soho venue Molly Moggs closed without warning — and the reasons are still unclear. This old-school boozer was one of the first venues to offer an alternative to the clubbing scene as a place for the community to meet and socialise.
A gay bar is a drinking establishment that caters to an exclusively or predominantly lesbiangaybisexualand transgender LGBT clientele; the term gay is used as a broadly inclusive concept for LGBT and queer communities. Gay bars once served as the centre of gay culture and were one of the few places people with same-sex orientations and gender-variant identities could openly socialize. Other names used to describe these establishments include boy bargirl bargay clubgay pubqueer barlesbian bardrag barand dyke bardepending on the niche communities that they served. Gathering places favoured by homosexuals have operated for centuries.