Brighton Lesbian and Gay Switchboard flies the flag

March 2003
Diva;Mar2003, Issue 82, p19
Reports on the raising of the rainbow banner by the Brighton Lesbian and Gay Switchboard in Brighton, England. Demonstration of the presence of the gay community in the city; Portion of men considered gay in the area; Recognition of the flag as the symbol of lesbian and gay community and equality.


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