Welcome to the website of OutStories Bristol. We collect and preserve the social history and recollections of LGBT+ people living in or associated with Bristol, England. Use this website to tell us your story. Visit our Facebook page.
Jennifer Ingleheart will talk about how A E Housman’s poetry reflects his losses as a queer man and his unrequited love for Moses Jackson, his roommate at Oxford University.
Saturday 5th October 2019, 2:30pm to 5pm in the Wills Memorial Building
Wonderful documentary ‘Talking LGBT+ Bristol’
Bristol’s listings and features magazine Bristol24/7 and Tusko Films have produced a wonderful documentary Talking LGBT+ Bristol. This Heritage Lottery funded video shares the rich heritage of LGBT+ life in Bristol over the last century, with contributors coming from all backgrounds and ages from across the city. It prominently features some OutStories people.
Watch it now!
Explore our map of Bristol’s LGBT+ past
The map also now appears on Bristol City Council’s website Know Your Place which brings together multiple layers of Bristol’s diverse history.
Pride of Place
Historic England (formerly known as English Heritage) have teamed up with Leeds Beckett University and community groups nationwide to record and celebrate the places lived, loved, worked and played in by LGBT+ people over the centuries.
See the Pride of Place map.
Read about Bristol ….. quirky, diverse, educated, historic.
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*LGBT+ means lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender including all gender, sexual, and romantic minorities.