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Hate crime is any offence committed against a person or property which is motivated by the offender’s hatred of people because they are seen as being different.
Avon and Somerset Police will not tolerate any form of Hate Crime. We are committed to ensuring your safety, regardless of an individual’s race, religion, sexual orientation or gender.
In each of the police districts we have a trained officer to handle race, religion, homophobic, transphobic and disabalist crime. In addition to full investigation, they can provide you with advice, discuss what has happened to you or put you in touch with other agencies who may be able to provide you with other forms of support.
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Jockeys PonyM, Bronco and Jim Carna bring you an edgy underground disco with cheap beer and a houseparty vibe, tucked away in a sweaty basement in central Bristol. We play choice cuts of dirty disco, synth, new wave, early house, forgotten pop and a smattering of surprising remixes and re-edits. If it makes the dancefloor throb, we’ll play it. Horseplay is a gay night for gay/bi guys and girls and their friendly friends held at The Cavern Club (Under The Crown) All Saints Lane, St Nicholas Market, Bristol, BS1 1JH | £3 before 12, £4 after – cash only!
For over 30 years LGBT Humanists has promoted humanism as a rational, naturalistic worldview that trusts the scientific method as the most reliable route to truth and encourages a moral and ethical life based on logic, reason and compassion. We campaign for equality and diversity, particularly relating to sexual orientation and identity – both in the UK and internationally. We’re a volunteer-led section of Humanists UK and entirely funded by supporter donations.
What we do
LGBT Humanists promotes humanism and LGBT equality, working to combat prejudice and discrimination against humanists and lesbians and gay men. In furtherance of these aims it:
Holds regular open, public meetings in London with speakers and discussions
Maintains a website, promoting their work worldwide and linking to other relevant online resources and organisations.
Carries out other occasional media work including radio, press and TV to promote its aims.
Makes submissions to government committees and responds to government consultative documents concerning LGBT rights.
Supports demonstrations and other groups that advance these aims.
Provides stalls and information at Public Events for lesbian/gay and Humanists.
Publicises the work of a public figures involved in LGBT and/or Humanism rights through Residential Weekend Conferences and an Annual Lunch (both events are open to the public – though the weekend incorporates the AGM where only members are entitled to vote.).
Humanists have always supported LGBT rights and all of Humanists UK’s community services are fully LGBT-inclusive.
We also offer people who have transitioned the option of having a humanist naming ceremony to announce their new name to the world and mark this moment in their personal journey with supportive friends and family.
Humanist funerals are extremely popular too, because they are focused on the story of the person who has died, the family and connections they made for themselves across their life. They provide an opportunity both to celebrate and heal. Sometimes even religious families will choose to have a humanist funeral for their LGB or trans loved one because they know the ceremony will be fully respectful and sensitive to the person who has died.