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MUP20 - Parade clip_Moment.jpg
This picture was taken in Cookstown, Northern Ireland. This was the gathering spot for the committee members of Mid Ulster Pride just before the parade began. This was the first Pride Parade ever for Mid Ulster and was held during the COVID-19…

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Badge produced for the third annual All Ireland Lesbian and Gay Conference held in Belfast on 4-5 June 1983. The badge features the symbol of the pink triangle with the text 'Lesbian + Gay Liberation Conference'. The event was held in the Crescent…

Lesbian typist.jpg
A cartoon depicting a woman holding a sign that reads 'free drinks for the lesbian typist' alongside a newspaper that reads 'Official it's in to be gay'.

D4437_2_19 - Letter to Cara Friend.tif
Letter written to Cara-Friend from 'Deborah'. Cara-Friend was established in Belfast by a group of gay men and women in October 1974 as a completely voluntary befriending and information organisation for lesbian, gay and bisexual persons, or anyone…

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Letter written from 'Pat' to Cara-Friend. Cara-Friend was established in Belfast by a group of gay men and women in October 1974 as a completely voluntary befriending and information organisation for lesbian, gay and bisexual persons, or anyone for…

Mid-Ulster-Pride-parade.jpg
This is a photo of the Mid Ulster Pride Committee meeting the Mid Ulster District Council. It was a discussion regarding the parade itself and how it will adhere to the regulations surrounding social distancing, the meeting took place at the Council…

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An outline of events taking place in February and March 1993 for the Oasis gay support group.

Original entry written by Michael Fryer 15/02/21

Proud PCS Magazine 2004.pdf
Extract from Proud the magazine for Lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, trans people, their friends & supporters Public Commercial & Services Union. The extract is a personal report of Belfast Pride parade 2004 and the first full civic reception for Pride…

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Founder AIDS Helpline volunteers 1985. The arrival of Aids in Northern Ireland stimulated the gay community to respond by Cara – Friend setting up the Northern Ireland Aids Helpline. The organisation eventually became a separate entity and ultimately…

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4 University Street, or ‘Number 4’ as it became known,
served as a centre for the gay community in Belfast from early in 1977 to October 1983. The vacant and derelict house was ‘loaned’ to the Gay Liberation Society by QUB. It housed the Cara-Friend…
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