Liberate’s Honorary Chairperson, Martin Gavet, talks Eurovision, Transgender issues and Liberate’s petition for equal rights in the Channel Islands with Sara Palmer on BBC Radio Jersey. You can sign the petition here… http://chn.ge/1omX1iQ
1290 First mention in English common law of a punishment for homosexuality. 1300 Treaties in England prescribed that sodomites should be burned alive. 1533 Buggery Act introduced by Henry VIII brought sodomy within the scope of statute law for the first time and made it punishable by hanging. 1861 Death penalty for buggery in England…Details
To coincide with the launch of the Liberate website, we have launched a petition, for both the States (government) of Guernsey and Jersey, lobbying for equal rights, on behalf of the LGBTQ community of the Channel Islands. If you believe that all people are equal irrespective of who they love please show your support by…Details
Liberate speak to the Guernsey Press about their hopes to achieve equality for the LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender & Questioning) community of the Channel Islands. You can see the comments and feedback from the article in the This is Guernsey Forum – You can join the debate here. We’d like to take this chance to…Details
Liberate member, Charlie Atkinson, started the Facebook group ‘Guernsey Says NO to Homophobia’ in December. While Charlie is straight, he is outspoken in his advocacy for LGBTQ equality in the Bailiwick. This is part of an interview he did with ITV Channel Television.
Liberate member Pippa McCathie talk to BBC Radio Guernsey about the launch of Liberate – the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s first LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) support group.
Liberate members Martin Gavet & Ellie Jones talk to BBC Radio Guernsey about the launch of Liberate – the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s first LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) support group.
ITV Channel Television report on the launch of Liberate – the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s first LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning) support group.
The Rainbow flag was designed by San Franciscan, Gilbert Baker in 1978 and has undergone several revisions since. His flag liberated the gay community from the symbol that been previous designated to them by the Nazi’s – the infamous Pink Triangle. The original flag he designed has 8 stripes, however the modern flag has six predominant…Details