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Stanley Street is now closed to traffic between 10pm-6am seven days of the week, Cumberland Street is closed between 6pm-6am seven days of the week, and Eberle Street is closed for 24 hours of the day seven days of the week. The festival took place around the city's Gay Quarter with stages on Dale Street, Exchange Flags, and North John Street, and a city centre march was held during the day. Retrieved 21 August In keeping with Liverpool's history as a major seafaring port, the local gay community can be traced as far back as the Victorian era. In September the same year, two separate attacks in the gay quarter left two young men with serious head and facial injuries. Pink pound Stonewall Workplace Equality Index.


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Archived from the original PDF on 27 March Chief Inspector Louise Harrington commented, "We have to strike a balance between a heavy police presence which could scare people off and those that say it makes them feel safer. Multiple skull fractures, a fractured eye socket and a fractured cheek bone left the officer fighting for his life. As a result of campaigns from the LGBT community, the Council held a third consultation between Friday 23 January and Friday 20 February , and proposed longer hours of pedestrianisation. Liverpool's gay quarter was finally pedestrianised on 10 December


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Civil partnership Same-sex marriage Adoption Military policy Age of consent manifestations Intersex rights Transgender rights. Celebrating and discovering Liverpool's gay past and future". Multiple skull fractures, a fractured eye socket and a fractured cheek bone left the officer fighting for his life. John's Shopping Centre and subsequent demolition of the original Queen Square meant the gay community was forced to find a new home and by , with the opening of Paco's, the community had now began to settle around Stanley Street in what was to develop into Liverpool's modern day Gay Quarter. The project involved collecting and collating various spoken, written and video sources, as well as a short film commission 'Gayzin Liverpool', produced by local filmmaker Sandi Hughes. We now need to look at how we can develop and promote the quarter. Initial plans to revamp Liverpool's gay quarter were unveiled in February after detailed consultation with the public and stakeholders.


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