Coming Out Story: Sam

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We have yet another coming out story, this one from our lovely Vice-President (Undergraduate) Sam! If you’d like to share your story, send an email to campaigns@durhamlgbta.org.uk, and if you’re thinking of coming out, check out our guide [link]. [CN: lesbophobia] Coming out as a lesbian was a weird one. It took years for this […]

Coming Out Tips: J

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Here are some tips and info from our lovely VP (Post-Grad), J! If you have a story or any tips you’d like to share, get in touch at campaigns@durhamlgbta.org.uk – we’ll be collecting things over the next few days if there is interest. Also, if you’re thinking of coming out today, feel free to check […]

NUS Controversy

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As per usual, the media (ahem: the Tab), have greatly misrepresented something, and this time it’s something that involves us. I attended the NUS LGBT+ conference earlier this month, and there seems to be some confusion about one of the motions that was passed. The motion was concerning safe spaces, and representation for minority groups. […]

Psychology Department Toilets

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In a great meeting today, we found that the Durham University Psychology Department has converted two of its gendered toilets into gender non-specific toilets, in a drive to be more inclusive of all students of all gender identities. We would like to say a particularly huge thank you to Ali Cacace who is on a […]