Since the very first issue in 2001, Fyne Times has reported on the massive positive steps forward in UK LGBT’s lives. The first issue was published in a time when Section 28 prevented the promotion of homosexuality in schools, the age of consent for gay men and adoption rights were still unequal and marriage rights were a distant dream. The magazine was set up with a single purpose – to reach out to areas that the existing press at that time couldn’t. Our policy of “no sexual content” allowed us access to schools, colleges, libraries and even went to many prisons and although the emphasis initially was regionally based, our success allowed us to expand across the south and south west of the UK.
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As gay life has evolved, so has Fyne Times. Our website became a product in its own right and regularly attracts large visitor numbers, and whilst the magazine retains its South of England focus, it is now also available internationally in an online version. Fyne Times has forged extremely strong links with employers and organisations across the country including all branches of the armed forces , police forces, councils and unions as well as the best of the private sector employers who have chosen Fyne as a medium to successfully promote their equality and diversity messages. We also offer an opportunity for organisations to reach the LGBT marketplace in a positive and credible way.