outnorthwest issue 118
We certainly are a very diverse community. Just because we might be lesbian, gay, bisexual or trans (LGB&T), doesn’t mean we know what life is like for every LGB&T person.
The next couple of months see’s a whole variety of ‘days’ and events targetting minority groups, all of whom exist within the the wider LGB&T community. We’re marking some of those events in this issue of ONW.
I’ve said before that it would be impossible for any magazine to be truly representative, but you can rest assured that we will work hard to make sure we fairly represent our diverse community.
We’ve listened to you, and as just one example, you can expect to see a lot more content aimed at our bisexual readers. I’m really keen to hear from readers on what they’d like to see in the pages of ONW, and next issue will see our annual readers survey, which will give you the opportunity to tell us what we should be doing more (or less!) of in ONW.
Elsewhere in this issue, we’re again very proud to be a media sponsor for this year’s Homotopia festival in Liverpool.
We’ve supported this amazing event since the beginning, and on page 26 we present just one or two highlights of what promises to be an amazing tenth anniversary for Homotopia. We’re also very pleased to talk to Sandi Toksvig (who is also an LGF patron), ahead of her performance at Homotopia.
Check out www.homtopia.net for full details of the huge programme of events!
Thank you again for your continued support of outnorthwest and The Lesbian & Gay Foundation.