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1.PT no 11 p2 our path to oxford lesbian and gay centre.jpg
This item is the final issue of Pink Times in the Museum’s collection. Though mentions of Section 28 certainly declined across these eleven issues, the two excerpts here continue the themes present throughout; namely, Section 28 and Project…

1.PT no 10 p7 lesbian contradictions.jpg
The Summer 1991 issue of Pink Times sees an argably regenerated interest in Section 28, after the brief mentions of the previous two issues (featured only in the crossowrd answers of Issue 8, and in Ian McKellen's interview in Issue 9).Excerpt from…

1.PT no 9 pp10-11 pink profile ian mckellen.jpg
This item is an interview featured in Issue 9 of Pink Times. In it, Ian McKellen talks to Pink Times and the Project October group about Section 28, amongst other topics.Excerpt from pp.10-11: ‘Pink Profile’ This particularly exciting item is an…

PT no 8 crossword.jpg
This item is the crossword page from Issue 7 of Pink Times.There is a striking lack of information or mentions of Section 28 in this issue. In fact, it is completely absent, with exception to being referenced in the crossword. The answer for 3-across…

1.PT no 7 p8 young friend support and lifeline.jpg
This is a selection of articles from Issue 7 of Pink Times. In contrast to the previous few issues, this issue sees an upturn in mentions of Section 28, covering youth groups that were set up, and two articles discussing Section 28 in relation to…

1.PT no 6 p3 our centre.jpg
This item features two excerpts from Issue 6 of Pink Times, published in Spring 1990. The coverage shifts to focus on the interconnections between Section 28 legislation and other factes of life impacted, such as funding for a gay and lesbian centre…

PT no 5 p4 news sex and the church.jpg
Issue 5 of Pink Times contains just one mention of Section 28. The legislation remains a constant theme throughout Pink Times, but from 1989 onwards it seems to play a less central role in the newspaper's contents.Excerpt from p.4: ‘News: Sex and the…

1.PT no 4 p2 comment.jpg
This item features two excerpts from Issue 4 of Pink Times. Much like Issue 3,  there are less mentions of Section 28 than in the first two issues. However, the excerpts featured below demonstrate that there was still enthusiasm for opposing Section…

1.PT no 3 p2 comment.jpg
There are markedly less mentions of Section 28 in the Spring 1989 issue of Pink Times. However, the two mentions of the legislation featured in this issue strongly link to the theme of 'community', with two different perspectives on how Section 28…

1.PT no 2 p3 aids liaison officer for oxford.jpg
This item features a selection of excerpts from Issue 2 of Pink Times, created in Winter 1988/89 (likely published in the new year). Section 28 remains a hot topic of this issue, following the relatively central role it played in the inaugural issue.…
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