Brighton Pride is totally legendary and should be experienced by every queer person in the universe at least once.There has been some controversy about commercial aspects in recent years which has resulted in various free fringe events. The Brighton & Hove LGBT switch board offers support and help for all areas of life and connects queer people in the area with charities and services that might be useful.Brighton has lots of places that cater to vegans and vegetarians, it might even be a vegetarian heaven. While not very cheap, it’s definitely worth every penny.
For many aspiring queers these unis are first choice because of their inclusive environment, so it can be hard to get into popular subjects.
The Master’s degree in Gender Studies at Sussex has a world reputation in this field and offers various conferences, workshops and open lectures throughout the year.
The safest go-to club night is “Girls on Top” on Thursdays at Revenge.
The club is the biggest gay dancing establishment in the South East of England and attracts hundreds of girls every week.
Brighton is known in Europe to be a very gay and liberal little place with beaches, cute little cafés and tons of girls with good haircuts.