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Launched in 2013, these awards are deeply rooted in the community. Unlike many of the other awards available, these are grass roots based. What makes these awards different is that they warmly welcome input from the community and they celebrate Lesbian and Bi women specifically. Lesbians can nominate anyone for a variety of awards and then vote for the final shortlisted awards. The organisers have spent some time coming up with award categories that aims to appreciate and acknowledge lesbians within the community.
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Last Chance to vote for your favourite gay icon’s, gay websites and LGBT initiatives
g3 magazine and Out In The City magazine have launched their annual readers’ awards .
The awards consist of a wide range of categories, with all nominees suggested by the public and narrowed down to a list of top five contenders for each category.
g3 magazine and Out In The City magazine readers can vote for the nominees they think best deserves the award and be recognized for either their gay-friendly credentials, or the work they’ve contributed to helping the LGBT community.
We're really excited to have been nominated for this years 'Out in the City Readers awards'.
Pride Angel has been short listed within the category of 'Gay family initiative of the year'
The shortlisted nominations include:
- Pride Angel
- British Surrogacy Centre
- New Family Social
- Kite Children’s services
- A City Law Film
Vote for Pride Angel for being gay owned and run and for our contribution to the LGBT community helping create hundreds of LGBT families with pride!
Nominate your entry for the IoS 2011 Pink List
The Independent on Sunday's annual Pink List returns next month, celebrating the 101 most influential lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender men and women in Britain.
Since the list was last published in 2010, we can add to the list an England cricketer (Steven Davies), an X Factor winner (Joe McElderry) and a chart-topping singer (Jessie J). But influence is not all about hitting a boundary or appearing at Glastonbury on a gilded throne.