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Posted: 2 June 2014
Brighton Pride 2014
Trans youth seek camping help
As summer approaches and the weather heats up in Britain, summer residentials are kicking off. Usually these programs for children are segregated by sex, putting transgender youth in awkward positions and limited options for social interaction during the season. Gendered Intelligence, a community interest company that supports trans youth, attempts to combat this every summer with a trans youth residential.
Competition: Win Test on DVD
We have three copies of new DVD Test to give away to readers in a competition. Set in San Francisco in 1985, Test concerns itself with Frankie, the new understudy for an up-and-coming, modern dance company, where six muscular male dancers move their way through bold, athletic choreography. Bad boy Todd, a handsome and established dancer, watches the innocent Frankie with interest and as opposites attract, the pair quickly realise they may want to be more than just friends.
Are you doing Tough Mudder?
Are you taking part in Tough Mudder London South in October 2014? The BBC are making a one-hour documentary about people taking part in Tough Mudder. The film will explore the growing phenomenon of extreme eventing through the stories of a cross-section of people taking part. The BBC team are hoping to film a variety of Mudders through their training and on the big day itself.
My Body: Jack Mackenroth
Name: Jack Mackenroth, former model and fashion designer turned HIV activist.
When did you start working out?
I have to credit my mom for putting me in swimming lessons when I was only two years old. I started swimming competitively when I was six, and I still swim with US Masters. So, before I ever started lifting weights, I had a good base to work from.