Thursday, 9 February 2012

Sexual Geography: You Are Here

BBC News online "Magazine" today asks; "Certain areas of the UK have greater concentrations of gay people and lesbians living there. But why?"
Manchester. London. Brighton. Hebden Bridge...
This is "Sexual Geography", which we learn is now an academic discipline.
"Gay people often to choose to live in places they identify as having increased freedom, says Sally Hines, director of the centre for interdisciplinary gender studies at the University of Leeds...
"But the reasons can be as much economic as anything else."
Well, there you billy well go!

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