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I would be very interested in hearing from anyone that’s experienced biphobic hate crime that would be willing for me to share their experiences at the meeting (on an anonymous basis). If you would like to reserve a wheelchair space or one of our more accessible seats, do contact us ahead of time so we can make sure to reserve the best seats available for you.” Monday 20th, Nottingham Finding a voice: minority identities within and beyond LGBTQ – Update: Details for this are now available, and it’s 6.30pm till 8.15pm at the New Art Exchange. NAE has good wheelchair access inc toilet and lifts.Please drop me (Alan) an email if you would like to discuss this: [email protected] Saturday 11th, Nottingham No More Valentines #2 at the Chameleon Arts Café. “New Art Exchange has 2 disabled parking spaces at the rear of the building, just off Noel Street. Monday 27th, Nottingham Political upheaval and the LGBT community: building resilience in a changing world – Here is a very belated post to share photos from our third time participating in the Nottinghamshire Pride Parade in July.

The panel will only be for an hour or so, and there will be time to chat as well. Cookery volunteers will start baking the potatoes – see the 6.45pm bit for more on how the food will work.There’s a lot of bi & LGBTQ stuff coming up in Nottingham (and Leicester and Derby) in February! For access to the spaces, simply call New Art Exchange on 01 in advance of your visit.” Wednesday 22nd, Nottingham LGBT organising and the police: a discussion, at Five Leaves bookshop. I started the morning by arriving early to meet people who wanted to join Bi Topia for the parade through the city centre.Sunday 5th, Nottingham Intersections: In Conversation with Nottingham’s LGBT Community, at Nottingham Contemporary, 2pm to 6pm. Thursday 9th, Nottingham Usual once-a-month informal Bi Topia meetup at the Lord Roberts pub in Nottingham city centre. I know there are reservations and criticisms regarding the commercialisation of Prides (which I share too) but I still love to see local and national businesses put signs, flags, and rainbow coloured items on display.All bi-friendly people are welcome – you don’t have to be bi yourself. 6.15pm, or soon after, depending on how long it takes us to put chairs & tables out etc: Panel discussion starts.

6.45pm: Pause the panel discussion to sort out food plans. 8.30: Washing up, tidying up, and putting the room back how the venue people want it.So join us for our pub social in The Lord Roberts pub at 24 Broad Street (NG1 3AN) on Thursday 14th January. The idea was hatched a few years back, but it is not only until recently that we were able to make it a reality, and we are incredibly happy it’s happening now.