28.03.19 – Cut Sexual Health Services Over Our Dead Bodies – Film and Q+A – get tickets here

‘Sexual health services are being “cut to the bone”, according to research which has triggered warnings that more sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancies will follow.

Analysis by the King’s Fund has found that efforts to promote safe sex among groups most at risk, including young people and gay men, have been hardest hit as local councils in England have spent less as ministers slash their public health grants.’Guardian 30.12.18. 

Thursday 28th March 6.30pm film starts – night finishes at 11pm. Facebook event page here. Venue – The Cinema Museum, 2 Dugard Way (off Renfrew Road), London SE11 4TH

So join a growing coalition building to stop this for a film night, a panel of leading healthcare activists, a community discussion for how we can stop the cuts to sexual health services – drinks and DJ’s. Please get your ticket ASAP by clicking here. 
On the 40th anniversary of the ‘Radical Faeries’ we will be screening the film ‘Hope along the wind’ about the origins of Radical Faeries which led to modern radical sexual freedom movements (www.harryhay.com ). This will be followed by Q+A with key panellists about sexual freedom and liberty, how minority cultures engage with the majority, how dissident voices cope with ignorance/ opposition, how activists get sidelined by assimilationists in the mainstream resulting in austerity and cuts today and WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT!
Full speaker line-up to be announced ASAP.
In the fourth decade of this crisis, ACT UP LONDON fight to ensure comprehensive and easily accessible treatment for all people, in all countries. This includes not only medications but also mental and social health services as well as housing and economic equality. Here in the UK, we are united with the coalition of activists fighting to keep our National Health Service free, publicly run, and fully funded. http://www.actuplondon.wordpress.com
Ticket link / ticket prices -Broke £5 Unwaged £7.50 Standard £10 Solidarity £15. A large handful of free tickets are for migrants and for HIV+ people struggling with housing – all profits raised go to CALM. Campaign against living miserably – a movement against male suicide, the single biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK.- http://www.thecalmzone.net.


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