Storm-Drenched Minds is a documentary feature film directed by Karine Lhémon, which tells the story of Hélène and Laurence. Hélène and Laurence’s norms, as out lesbians, as disabled women, living outside the city as poets and artists, are ‘abnormal’ for many. The film exposes an environment designed primarily for able-bodied people, but also the doubts, dramas, tenacity, creativity, laughter, complicity and love of two people. Part of LGBT History Month.
Tags: film, Gay, Lesbian, LGBT, LGBT History Month, LGBT History Month 2017, people and culture, screening
The University of Nottingham welcomes Dr Kaye Mitchell, Senior Lecturer at The University of Manchester, to discuss the history of Lesbian Pulp Fiction, the 1950’s paperback publishing phenomenon in the USA.
Tags: equality and diversity, fiction, gay and lesbian, Kaye Mitchell, Lesbian, LGBT, LGBT History Month, LGBT History Month 2016, literature, people and culture, University of Manchester
The Arboretum, Nottingham, Saturday 5 February, 11am. The University’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Questioning (LGBTQ) […]
Appears in Issue 45
Tags: Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, LGBT History Month, The Albert Kennedy Trust, Trans and Questioning (LGBTQ) Staff Network