Author: Angie Gallagher

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Contributors, take note: GaySA Radio wants YOU!

Written by on 11 January 2019

GaySA Radio is searching for content contributors to feature on the station and on our website. In the spirit of providing opportunities and exposure to anyone who has ambitions to work in radio, we extend an invitation to content creators to send their contributions to GaySA Radio. LGBTQI+ content from within the community If you […]

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5 swimming trunk styles to sport on the beach this summer

Written by on 12 December 2018

A good pair of swimming trunks is a summer item the discerning fashionable man cannot go without. To make your choice of swimwear a little easier, here are five styles of swimming trunks to consider this summer. 1. Something striped The nautical look is especially on trend in summer 2018, and the bonus here is […]

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Movie Friday: ‘Battle of the Sexes’

Written by on 12 December 2018

Billie Jean King laid the foundations for professional women’s tennis in the modern era. King’s tenacity was instrumental in ensuring that professional female tennis players are rewarded equally to their male counterparts today. In fact, had it not been for King’s threat to boycott the US Open in 1973 – she was one of the […]

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Read an excerpt from ‘Tell the Wolves I’m Home’

Written by on 10 December 2018

Carol Rifka Brunt’s debut novel has been described as “dazzling”, “tremendously moving” and “transcendent” by critics, and Tell the Wolves I’m Home was named one of the best books of the year by The Wall Street Journal and by O: The Oprah Magazine, among others. The book tells the story of 14-year-old June, as she […]

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Did you hear about the Rainbow Laces campaign?

Written by on 10 December 2018

If you’re a soccer fan, you might have noticed players wearing rainbow shoelaces with their soccer boots during recent Premier League games. This isn’t just another fashion trend, but rather a statement for LGBTQ equality in sport. Organised by Stonewall, a charity that campaigns for LGBTQ rights, the Rainbow Laces campaign kicked off during the […]

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Drag Syndrome ushers in a new era for inclusivity

Written by on 10 December 2018

Avid watchers of RuPaul’s Drag Race would probably agree that the show has been seminal in bringing the art that is drag to the foreground. And almost a decade after the show first aired, a new kind of drag has arisen in the UK – and it’s doing a lot for inclusivity. Drag Syndrome is […]

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Why Castle’s #SmashTheLabel campaign hits the mark in more ways than one

Written by on 28 November 2018

It is always encouraging to see big corporate brands using their significant advertising platform to champion a cause. When that cause is one that is also important to you, it changes from being merely encouraging, to being personally heart-warming. One such ad campaign was Castle Lager’s recent #SmashTheLabel campaign. In the television ad that promotes […]

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#ShameOnYouMarch takes homophobic African countries to task

Written by on 28 November 2018

A march to express displeasure with African countries that have homophobic policies in place took place in Tshwane on 27 November. The march was held to protest the recent decision at the 139th Inter-Parliamentary Union, held in Geneva, to not debate on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and queer rights. The IPU meets twice a […]

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