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Disablity and the Lesbian and Gay Centre c.1984


Trevor is and uses a wheelchair, talks about the culture at the , Aston in the mid 1980s.

“To some extent there were still prejudices but there was a culture of much more acceptance and there were another couple of people with disabilities. I was the only one in a wheelchair but it was completely different. You didn’t go to pick up, just to meet other gay men and women, and to be yourself.”

Contributed by: Trevor Sword, 50

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