Join us at a prestigious central London location to hear renowned speakers, help shape our policies, connect with other supporters and like-minded people, and celebrate our second anniversary with the evening social. This is an important milestone in our development as a charity and we hope as many of you as possible will be able to join us on the day. Find out more . . .
The Gay Spot, 26th May 2021
Tackling a Worldwide Wave of Homophobia.
Financial Planning, 9th April 2021
Recording link coming soon
The Gay Spot, 26th November 2020
Gay men and the gender debate
The Gay Spot, 21st April 2021
The Gay Spot, 25th February 2021
LGB History “Pub Quiz”
The Gay Spot, 22nd October 2020
One year on from launch
Let’s Talk, 19th March 2021
Interview with Vaishnavi Sundar
The Gay Spot, 28th January 2021
Why “The Gay Spot” ?
Ruth Ellis, black lesbian pioneer, died in October 2000, aged 101. Ellis & her lifelong partner, Ceciline “Babe” Franklin, moved to Detroit in 1937. From the 40s to the 60s, the couple’s house was known as the ‘Gay Spot’. Black same-sex couples were not welcome at white gay bars, nor were they welcome at black straight clubs. Their home gave the community a place to dance, sing and socialise.