Attitude Pride Awards
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The Attitude Pride Awards were announced in Attitude magazine, [? date ?]:
- Jonathan Blake, an original member of Lesbians & Gays Support the Miners (LGSM), the group featured in the hit film Pride.
- Asifa Lahore, a Muslim drag queen whose glamorous aura is coupled with a serious drive for LGBT activism.
- Duncan Craig, Founder and Chief Exec of Survivors Manchester, supporting male survivors of sexual abuse and rape.
- Christian Webb, LGBT awareness in schools campaigner.
- Ayla Holdom, RAF Search & Rescue Pilot and transgender activist.
- Jonny Benjamin, mental health campaigner.
- Matthew Naz Mahmood-Ogston, of the Naz and Matt Foundation, building bridges between the LGBT and religious communities.
- Mena Houghton, who since the death of her gay son Mark has become an outspoken activist against homophobia.
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