LGBT History Month 2018 talk

I gave an LGBT History Month talk in York this year in a programme of events with the theme "geography: mapping the world". 

I used this theme as a basis for talking about how the historical and contemporary political geography of the UK has shaped and continues to sustain discrimination and inequality based on sexual orientation. 

By highlighting certain differences between the legal jurisdictions of the UK, both historically and in the present, I argued that we need a "one nation" approach to sexual orientation equality that delivers justice and fairness to everyone in the UK. 

The talk can be listened to here, and the slides are available here.