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Reflections on preparing the book looking at 50 Years of Quaker Concern for gay equality, by co-editor Marion McNaughton
Sally Mason reflects on the 2013 Manchester QLGF Celebration event commemorating 50 years since the publication of Towards a Quaker View of Sex and 40 years since the beginning of Friends Homosexual Fellowship
A Timeline of Quaker work for lesbian and gay equality
Peter Leeson reports on a discussion at the House of Commons in February 2014, on the relationship between religious freedom and human rights, hosted by the Cutting Edge Consortium.
Rachel Muers describes how the long collective process of discernment leading to the 2009 welcoming of same-sex marriage, was in direct continuity with early Quaker practices of marriage, with reference to a Quaker marriage in the 17th century.
A report of the QLGF Manchester Conference, in May 2014 by Hugh Jones
A reflection on transgender lives by Yvonne Wood
Grant Denkinson, who has been involved with the UK and international bisexual movement for some years, reflects on the fortieth anniversary of The Ithaca Statement, which came out of the Friends General Conference in Ithaca, New York, in June 1972.
An introduction to The Quiet Lives research project being undertaken by Jennie Barnsley
July 2014 press release reflecting consternation that the law requires existing civil partnerships to be converted foamily, rather than allowing marriage ceremonies.