Tag Archives: LGBT

Statement SERTUC LGBT network

SERTUC LGBT Network The SERTUC LGBT Network has successfully raised its profile since its relaunch in 2005. The SERTUC LGBT Network has – Organised five very successful LGBT History Month events bringing people into Congress House and making them aware … Continue reading

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Are male sex workers really better off?

There is an assumption that male sex workers are different from women. When you listen to some discourses, female sex workers are portrayed as victims or very vulnerable while male sex workers are just ignored. It is not just because … Continue reading

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Tower Hamlets strippers speak up and organise! (the fight against the council’s ban continue)

Last Wednesday night a public talk was organised in Tower Hamlets by the GMB London Entertainment branch and the Equity Thames Variety branch. The meeting was supported by SERTUC LGBT network and chaired by Linda Keitz from GLATUC and member … Continue reading

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LGBTQ and sex workers’ History

LGBT History month is ending today. To close this month, I will be attending the event organised by SERTUC LGBT network in Congress House.[1] At this occasion, I want also to remind the links between the LGBTQ communities and sex … Continue reading

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LGBTIQ grassroot activism : workshops, exhibition and live music

  Wednesday, 29 February 2012  13:00 until 21:00 As part of LGBT History Month, SERTUC – South East Region of Trade Union Council – LGBT Network is proud to invite you to a whole day of workshops, debate, photo exhibition and music … Continue reading

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Sex worker Greetings and plans for a happy New Year 2012

Dear sex workers and all sexy comrades, I am a bit of a Queen so I will do like the old one and make my speech for the end of the year and the celebrations. Hopefully you won’t find me … Continue reading

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How best to end violence?

First published in the Morning Star Thursday 22 December 2011 by Thierry Schaffauser   Last week Equalities Minister Lynne Featherstone announced the national rollout of Liverpool’s Ugly Mugs scheme, which gathers information about men attacking sex workers. This is a … Continue reading

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