Back in 2005 Transport for London launched their staff network groups, I remember it well. I’d been in the job about 10 months and had been actively looking to see if LGBT matters were on TfL’s staff priority list. Although I’m comfortable with my own sexuality, I wanted to connect with other like-minded people at work.… Read More The importance of staff networks – who cares?
Accused of being a gimmick, working with homophobes and caught up in probably the UK’s most heavily scrutinised company – why would you bother even to embark on something like this? I’d started to write this blog yesterday (11 August 2015) I wrote, and rewrote the ‘bounce’ but just couldn’t feel the blog working and… Read More #RidewithPride – community engagement or clever marketing?
It all started with a rainbow crossing. Everybody told me that it couldn’t be done, it would never be legal and I’d never get it on a road in London. But I did – and it nearly went so horribly wrong. I maintain to this day that this is probably the hardest thing I’ve ever… Read More A rainbow crossing in London – how hard could that be?