Our city's unspoken LGBTQ+ history

Buy the book

Gemma – oral history interview

In this interview Gemma talks about bisexuality, bisexual stigma, activism in Brighton and past relationships. Excerpt: Q: What does queer in Brighton mean to you? I think for me it means a little bit about how Brighton, I actually heard this phrase last night so its kinda timely; Brighton is a collection of strays,…


Natalie – oral history interview

In this interview Natalie talks about Brighton, identity, political involvement, language, expression through clothing and homosexuality and secular Judaism. Excerpt: Q: What was it about Brighton that made you feel that you would have everything you needed here? Well several things: one, there was a large gay community and I knew that I wouldn’t…