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(Staying out was name of teenage Gay Lesbian group for teenagers in Hackney.)
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A Gay disco was run by [[Tricky Dicky]] in the 1970s at the [[Hornsey Wood Tavern]], 376 Seven Sisters Road (just inside the Borough). The building is now demolished.
  
 
In the 1990s a lesbian and gay youth group called [[Staying Out]] met in Hackney <ref> Pink Paper 26 Apr 1992 carries a notice about this teenage group </ref>.
 
In the 1990s a lesbian and gay youth group called [[Staying Out]] met in Hackney <ref> Pink Paper 26 Apr 1992 carries a notice about this teenage group </ref>.

Latest revision as of 15:58, 20 May 2020

Some districts within the London Borough of Hackney
The London Borough of Hackney is an inner London Borough in East London. It was formed in 1965 by merging the metropolitan boroughs of Hackney, Shoreditch and Stoke Newington. The southern part of the borough (Shoreditch and Hoxton) is considered to be part of the East End.

LGBT history

A Gay disco was run by Tricky Dicky in the 1970s at the Hornsey Wood Tavern, 376 Seven Sisters Road (just inside the Borough). The building is now demolished.

In the 1990s a lesbian and gay youth group called Staying Out met in Hackney [1].

The 2002 London Pride Festival was held in Hackney Marshes.

The pre-launch for LGBT History Month 2009 was held at Hackney Free and Parochial School.

The original Chariots sauna is in Shoreditch.

In 2011 homophobic stickers were posted in Shoreditch and Stoke Newington.[2]

Elly Barnes teaches at Stoke Newington School.

The Dalston Superstore is a well-known gay venue.

References

  1. Pink Paper 26 Apr 1992 carries a notice about this teenage group
  2. http://hackneycitizen.co.uk/2011/02/21/stickers-declare-gay-free-zone-in-hackney/