Our county's famed for its countryside, stunning coastline and villages, but what happens if you're a member of another community — the gay one? So how do you meet other gay people in such a rural county? Here are a few suggestions.
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There has been a lot of coverage of late of the anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of homosexuality in England in and much of it celebrates how far we have come in this country in terms of equality and acceptance. It seems that the issue of gay footballers, conspicuous by their statistically unlikely absence, comes up somewhere in this discussion rather regularly. In these discussions, various related issues are raised and often lead to the conclusion that the football world is just 'not ready' for gay players: the business of football, and the culture of those who follow it, simply is not the place for out gay players. Then the inevitable comes when someone states with confidence that the relentless barrage of homophobic abuse from the terraces would be too much for the player to handle psychologically.
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As far as I am aware this is the first major gay event in Ipswichthough anyone can go along, of course, and it's free. Thanks for this. It could be a pleasant day out from London.
These are external links and will open in a new window. A man who started a support group after being mocked as the "only gay in the village" said he wanted people to feel "happy and proud" of their sexuality. On Saturday, Suffolk's first Pride parade in five years was held in Ipswich and hopes to help people who would otherwise feel isolated.
These are external links and will open in a new window. The MP for Ipswich said he had to make a decision whether to be "the gay politician in the village" or a politician who happened to be gay. Sandy Martin made the comment as he discussed his sexuality with the media for the first time, ahead of Suffolk Pride week. The Labour MP said he had never hidden the fact he was gay and would speak up when needed, but his main focus in parliament had been on other issues.