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LGBT History UK

A wiki documenting lgbt life in the United Kingdom throughout the ages

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The LGBT History UK (created June 2011) is an extensive wiki which aims to build to a comprehensive history of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people, places, organisations and events in the United Kingdom (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland).

It is based on principles similar to Wikipedia, but takes a much more relaxed attitude to what is regarded as a “notable” subject for inclusion. Articles are generally written to a very high standard of presentation and content, and contain good references to reliable sources. Furthermore, articles are presented in an extremely well balanced style of prose, maintaining a consistent neutral point of view.

categories: category English, category Mediawiki, category United Kingdom, category wiki

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2016-03-01

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    Clark's appointment as British Ambassador to Luxembourg in March 2004 was heralded with some small controversy, due largely to his being openly gay.<ref name=Times /><ref name=Doubles>http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/aug/02/zambia Helen Pidd, "Diplomatic doubles," ''The Guardian'', 2 August 2008.</ref>
     
    Clark's appointment as British Ambassador to Luxembourg in March 2004 was heralded with some small controversy, due largely to his being openly gay.<ref name=Times /><ref name=Doubles>http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2008/aug/02/zambia Helen Pidd, "Diplomatic doubles," ''The Guardian'', 2 August 2008.</ref>
      
    On 30 March 2004, he and his partner Anthony Stewart <ref name=Doubles /> made history by becoming the first officially recognised gay couple to have an audience with Queen Elizabeth II.
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    On 30 March 2004, he and his partner Anthony Stewart <ref name=Doubles /> made history by becoming the first officially recognised gay couple to have an audience with [[Queen Elizabeth II]].
      
     
    ==References==
     
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    [[File:MinistryofDefence.svg|thumb|Tri-service badge of the British Armed Forces]]The British '''Armed Forces''' comprise the Royal Navy (RN), the army, and the Royal Air Force (RAF). The Royal Marines are treated as part of the Royal Navy for many purposes (unlike the USA, where the Marines are an entirely separate branch).
     
    [[File:MinistryofDefence.svg|thumb|Tri-service badge of the British Armed Forces]]The British '''Armed Forces''' comprise the Royal Navy (RN), the army, and the Royal Air Force (RAF). The Royal Marines are treated as part of the Royal Navy for many purposes (unlike the USA, where the Marines are an entirely separate branch).
      
    The Queen is the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces. In practice, they are under the control of the Ministry of Defence, which was formed in 1964, replacing five separate ministries including the Admiralty, the War Office, and the Air Ministry. The office of Chief of the Defence Staff had already (in 1959) been created as the most senior military post over all the services, its first incumbent being [[Lord Mountbatten]].
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    [[Elizabeth II|The Queen]] is the commander-in-chief of the Armed Forces. In practice, they are under the control of the Ministry of Defence, which was formed in 1964, replacing five separate ministries including the Admiralty, the War Office, and the Air Ministry. The office of Chief of the Defence Staff had already (in 1959) been created as the most senior military post over all the services, its first incumbent being [[Lord Mountbatten]].
      
     
    ==Gay rights in the Armed Forces==
     
    ==Gay rights in the Armed Forces==
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    [[File:Parliament at Sunset.JPG|thumb|Palace of Westminster at sunset]]'''Westminster''' is the historic area within the current [[City of Westminster]] which includes Westminster Abbey, [[Westminster School]], and the Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament).
     
    [[File:Parliament at Sunset.JPG|thumb|Palace of Westminster at sunset]]'''Westminster''' is the historic area within the current [[City of Westminster]] which includes Westminster Abbey, [[Westminster School]], and the Palace of Westminster (the Houses of Parliament).
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    ==Westminster Abbey==
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    Westminster Abbey, founded in the 10th century, has been used for royal coronations since 1066. it was briefly a cathedral in the reign of [[Henry VIII]].
      
     
    ==LGBT history==
     
    ==LGBT history==
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  • 14:02 UTC Queen Elizabeth II

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    [[File:Queen Elizabeth II March 2015.jpg|thumb|The Queen in March 2015]]'''Elizabeth II''' (Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, born 1926) is the Queen of the [[United Kingdom]] and of several other countries around the world, head of the [[Commonwealth of Nations]] and Supreme Governor of the [[Church of England]].

    She was born in Bruton Street, [[Mayfair]], and educated privately at home. In 1947 she married Philip Mountbatten, previously Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark, who was then made [[Duke of Edinburgh]]. She succeeded to the throne on the death of her father, [[King George VI]] in 1952. Her coronation in [[Westminster Abbey]] took place in 1963. In 2015 she became the longest-reigning monarch in British history, surpassing her great-great-grandmother, [[Queen Victoria]].

    ==LGBT connections==

    The Queen's reign has seem many important advances for LGBT people. However as a constitutional monarch, she does not normally express an opinion on political issues. She has seldom spoken about LGBT issues, and is not a patron of any LGBT charities. However in 2014 she sent a message of congratulations to the [[London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard]] on its 40th anniversary.<ref>http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2014/03/07/queen-praises-gay-rights-charitys-special-anniversary/ Scott Roberts,
    "The Queen praises gay rights charity’s ‘special anniversary’ in royal surprise", ''[[Pink News]]'', 7 March 2014.</ref>

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    [[Category:Monarchs]]
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  • 12:42 UTC Edward Adeane

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    His father had been private secretary to [[King George VI]]  and [[Queen Elizabeth II]] and his great-grandfather had been private secretary to [[Queen Victoria]] and [[King George V]]. He was educated at [[Eton College]] and [[Magdalene College, Cambridge]].
     
    His father had been private secretary to [[King George VI]]  and [[Queen Elizabeth II]] and his great-grandfather had been private secretary to [[Queen Victoria]] and [[King George V]]. He was educated at [[Eton College]] and [[Magdalene College, Cambridge]].
      
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    As a barrister, he specialised in libel suits, defending ''Time Out'', ''The Spectator'', and Marlene Dietrich. In 1979 he was appointed private secretary to the Prince of Wales, with whom he shared a love of fishing. In 1985 Adeane resigned after a number of disagreements, and had found that the Prince 'almost invariably did the opposite of what he advised'.<ref name=dt>http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/11621568/Edward-Adeane-courtier-obituary.html "Edward Adeane, courtier - obituary", ''Daily Telegraph'', 21 May 2015.</ref>
      
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    He is survived by his companion, Brent Snape.<ref name=dt />
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    The ''Telegraph'' obituary has been described by Robert Cottrell as an "Extraordinary obituary, almost entirely written in code".<ref>https://twitter.com/robertcottrell/status/602156029028245504</ref>
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  • 11:13 UTC Edward Adeane

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    '''Edward Adeane''' (the Honourable George Edward Adeane, 1939–2015) was a barrister and private secretary to the [[Prince of Wales]].

    His father had been private secretary to [[King George VI]] and [[Queen Elizabeth II]] and his great-grandfather had been private secretary to [[Queen Victoria]] and [[King George V]]. He was educated at [[Eton College]] and [[Magdalene College, Cambridge]].


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  • 03:17 UTC Hardy Amies

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    [[File:Sir Edwin Hardy Amies, photographed in 1952.jpg|thumb|Sir Hardy Amies in 1952]]'''Sir Hardy Amies''' (Edwin Hardy Amies, 1909-2003), was a fashion designer, founder of the Hardy Amies label and best known for his official title as dressmaker for Queen Elizabeth II, from her accession in 1952 until his retirement in 1989.
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    [[File:Edwin-Hardy-Amies.jpg|thumb|Sir Hardy Amies]]'''Sir Hardy Amies''' (Edwin Hardy Amies, 1909-2003), was a fashion designer, founder of the Hardy Amies label and best known for his official title as dressmaker for Queen Elizabeth II, from her accession in 1952 until his retirement in 1989.
      
     
    He was born in [[Maida Vale]] and went to school in [[Brentwood]]. He entered the world of fashion in the 1930s. During World War II he was a member of the Special Operations Executive and worked with resistance groups in Belgium. IN 1945 he set up his own fashion house, and in 1964 he published a book called "ABC of Men's Fashion".
     
    He was born in [[Maida Vale]] and went to school in [[Brentwood]]. He entered the world of fashion in the 1930s. During World War II he was a member of the Special Operations Executive and worked with resistance groups in Belgium. IN 1945 he set up his own fashion house, and in 1964 he published a book called "ABC of Men's Fashion".
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2016-02-28

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    [[Olly Alexander]]. From [[Out.com]]
     
    http://www.out.com/movies/2015/11/13/olly-alexander-talks-funny-bunny-writing-and-if-hell-ever-direct-movie
     
    http://www.out.com/movies/2015/11/13/olly-alexander-talks-funny-bunny-writing-and-if-hell-ever-direct-movie
     
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2016-02-26

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    '''Olly Alexander'''  (Oliver Alexander Thornton, born 15 July 1990), is an English actor, scriptwriter, and lead singer of Years & Years.
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    [[File:Olly Alexander.jpg|thumb|Olly Alexander]]'''Olly Alexander'''  (Oliver Alexander Thornton, born 15 July 1990), is an English actor, scriptwriter, and lead singer of Years & Years.
      
     
    As a gay songwriter,<ref>http://downtownerdc.com/a-frank-conversation-with-years-years-frontman-olly-alexander/ Peter Murray, "A Frank Conversation with Years & Years Frontman Olly Alexander", ''The Downtowner'', 24 March 2015 Washington DC</ref><ref>http://www.metroweekly.com/2015/09/shining-stars-an-interview-with-years-and-years-olly-alexander/ "Shining Stars: An interview with Years and Years' Olly Alexander" , ''Metro Weekly'' </ref> Alexander has stated in interviews he would like to see greater use of the qualified male [[pronoun]] in music. He explained that, whenever he used to write a diary, he would refer to "you and I" because he wanted to hide who he was writing about. Several Years & Years songs feature male pronouns.<ref>http://www.out.com/music/2015/7/07/best-years-ever-gay-frontman-olly-alexander-years-years-hits-pops-sweet-spot Paul Flyyn,  "Best Years Ever: With gay frontman Olly Alexander, Years & Years hits pop’s sweet spot" ''Out.com'', 7 July 2015 </ref> "It is kind of sad to me that we don't have gay popstars singing about men using a male pronoun," he told ''Digital Spy'', "but that could change hopefully."<ref name=":0">http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/interviews/a657111/years--years-interview-its-sad-we-dont-have-gay-popstars-using-male-pronouns.html Lewis Corner, "Years & Years Interview: It's sad we don't have gay male popstars using male pronouns", ''Digital Spy'', 8 July 2015</ref> Though his work with Years & Years openly references his sexuality, Alexander "can't speak for all gay people, because there are so many different issues, and experiences, and different shapes and sizes. But I can speak for myself, and that is what I'm doing if I'm going to be writing songs and giving interviews, I want to be able to speak about something I care about."<ref name=":0" />
     
    As a gay songwriter,<ref>http://downtownerdc.com/a-frank-conversation-with-years-years-frontman-olly-alexander/ Peter Murray, "A Frank Conversation with Years & Years Frontman Olly Alexander", ''The Downtowner'', 24 March 2015 Washington DC</ref><ref>http://www.metroweekly.com/2015/09/shining-stars-an-interview-with-years-and-years-olly-alexander/ "Shining Stars: An interview with Years and Years' Olly Alexander" , ''Metro Weekly'' </ref> Alexander has stated in interviews he would like to see greater use of the qualified male [[pronoun]] in music. He explained that, whenever he used to write a diary, he would refer to "you and I" because he wanted to hide who he was writing about. Several Years & Years songs feature male pronouns.<ref>http://www.out.com/music/2015/7/07/best-years-ever-gay-frontman-olly-alexander-years-years-hits-pops-sweet-spot Paul Flyyn,  "Best Years Ever: With gay frontman Olly Alexander, Years & Years hits pop’s sweet spot" ''Out.com'', 7 July 2015 </ref> "It is kind of sad to me that we don't have gay popstars singing about men using a male pronoun," he told ''Digital Spy'', "but that could change hopefully."<ref name=":0">http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/interviews/a657111/years--years-interview-its-sad-we-dont-have-gay-popstars-using-male-pronouns.html Lewis Corner, "Years & Years Interview: It's sad we don't have gay male popstars using male pronouns", ''Digital Spy'', 8 July 2015</ref> Though his work with Years & Years openly references his sexuality, Alexander "can't speak for all gay people, because there are so many different issues, and experiences, and different shapes and sizes. But I can speak for myself, and that is what I'm doing if I'm going to be writing songs and giving interviews, I want to be able to speak about something I care about."<ref name=":0" />
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    Ross Burgess uploaded File:Olly Alexander.jpg Olly Alexander. From [[[Out.com]] http://www.out.com/movies/2015/11/13/olly-alexander-talks-funny-bunny-writing-and-if-hell-ever-direct-movie Category:Singers Category:Photographs of people

  • 00:58 UTC Olly Alexander

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    '''Olly Alexander''' (Oliver Alexander Thornton, born 15 July 1990), is an English actor, scriptwriter, and lead singer of Years & Years.

    As a gay songwriter,<ref>http://downtownerdc.com/a-frank-conversation-with-years-years-frontman-olly-alexander/ Peter Murray, "A Frank Conversation with Years & Years Frontman Olly Alexander", ''The Downtowner'', 24 March 2015 Washington DC</ref><ref>http://www.metroweekly.com/2015/09/shining-stars-an-interview-with-years-and-years-olly-alexander/ "Shining Stars: An interview with Years and Years' Olly Alexander" , ''Metro Weekly'' </ref> Alexander has stated in interviews he would like to see greater use of the qualified male [[pronoun]] in music. He explained that, whenever he used to write a diary, he would refer to "you and I" because he wanted to hide who he was writing about. Several Years & Years songs feature male pronouns.<ref>http://www.out.com/music/2015/7/07/best-years-ever-gay-frontman-olly-alexander-years-years-hits-pops-sweet-spot Paul Flyyn, "Best Years Ever: With gay frontman Olly Alexander, Years & Years hits pop’s sweet spot" ''Out.com'', 7 July 2015 </ref> "It is kind of sad to me that we don't have gay popstars singing about men using a male pronoun," he told ''Digital Spy'', "but that could change hopefully."<ref name=":0">http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/music/interviews/a657111/years--years-interview-its-sad-we-dont-have-gay-popstars-using-male-pronouns.html Lewis Corner, "Years & Years Interview: It's sad we don't have gay male popstars using male pronouns", ''Digital Spy'', 8 July 2015</ref> Though his work with Years & Years openly references his sexuality, Alexander "can't speak for all gay people, because there are so many different issues, and experiences, and different shapes and sizes. But I can speak for myself, and that is what I'm doing if I'm going to be writing songs and giving interviews, I want to be able to speak about something I care about."<ref name=":0" />

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2016-02-25

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    *[[Blackdown Social Group]]
     
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    *[[Charles Webster Leadbeater]]
     
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    *[[Harry Andrews]]
     
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    *[[Outbox]] LGB theatre
     
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    LGBT* in UKIP were banned from participating in the [[London Pride]] parade in June 2015, but joined the parade anyway with their t-shirts and banners.<ref>http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/ukip-supporters-barge-into-london-in-pride-parade-despite-being-banned-by-organisers-10350214.html</ref>
     
    LGBT* in UKIP were banned from participating in the [[London Pride]] parade in June 2015, but joined the parade anyway with their t-shirts and banners.<ref>http://www.standard.co.uk/news/london/ukip-supporters-barge-into-london-in-pride-parade-despite-being-banned-by-organisers-10350214.html</ref>
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    [[David Coburn]], gay UKIP MEP and leader of UKIP in Scotland, has blamed the EU for his toaster not working.<ref>http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2016/02/25/gay-ukip-mep-blames-the-eu-for-his-broken-toaster/ Nick Duffy, "Gay UKIP MEP blames the EU for his broken toaster", ''[[Pink News]], 25 February 2016.</ref>
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    A gay man, [[Peter Whittle]] has been selected as the UKIP candidate in the 2016 election for [[Mayor of London]].ref>http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2015/09/26/ukip-picks-gay-candidate-peter-whittle-to-run-for-mayor-of-london/ Nick Duffy, "Whittle to run for Mayor of London", ''[[Pink News]], 26 September 2015.</ref>
      
     
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    *"Victorian Girlhood: Eroticizing the Maternal, Maternalizing the Erotic: Same-Sex Relations between Girls, c. 1880-1920". in'' Children and Sexuality: From the Greeks to the Great War'', ed. George Rousseau (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)  
     
    *"Victorian Girlhood: Eroticizing the Maternal, Maternalizing the Erotic: Same-Sex Relations between Girls, c. 1880-1920". in'' Children and Sexuality: From the Greeks to the Great War'', ed. George Rousseau (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)  
     
       
     
       
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    *[ttp://www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/about/contact_directory_profile.asp?ItemID=659 Trinity Hall Page on Alison Hennegan
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    *http://www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/about/contact_directory_profile.asp?ItemID=659 Trinity Hall Page on Alison Hennegan
     
    *http://books.guardian.co.uk/top10s/top10/0,,447990,00.html 'Alison Hennegan's Top 10 Lesbian Books', ''The Guardian''
     
    *http://books.guardian.co.uk/top10s/top10/0,,447990,00.html 'Alison Hennegan's Top 10 Lesbian Books', ''The Guardian''
     
    *http://www.trinhall.cam.ac.uk/news/article.asp?ItemID=712 Trinity Hall names Hennegan as Fellow Commoner
     
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    *http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0097-9740(200221)27%3A3%3C881%3AHAHWDS%3E2.0.CO%3B2-4 Hennegan, A. (2002). "Hea(r)th and Home: Wilde Domestic Space." ''Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society'', vol. 27, no.3. (JSTOR Access Required)
     
    *http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0097-9740(200221)27%3A3%3C881%3AHAHWDS%3E2.0.CO%3B2-4 Hennegan, A. (2002). "Hea(r)th and Home: Wilde Domestic Space." ''Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society'', vol. 27, no.3. (JSTOR Access Required)
     
    *http://www.diverse.cam.ac.uk/stories/hennegan/ Cambridge & Diversity: "Alison Hennegan: speaking out"
     
    *http://www.diverse.cam.ac.uk/stories/hennegan/ Cambridge & Diversity: "Alison Hennegan: speaking out"
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