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Integroup was a group intended to bring gay and straight people together. It held its first meeting at the Unitarian Meeeting House in Catford in 1970, and was founded by Tony Cross and others.

"My hope then and now is that, with our diverse sexualities and identities, we can connect with each other, thereby not only enriching our experience but also ensuring a more peaceable social order."[1]

The original Catford Integroup folded in 1973, but other Integroups, notably in Golders Green, outlasted it by some years.[1]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Tony Cross, "Only Connect: Promoting Gay/Straight integration in the 1960s and 1970s – a personal contribution to Gay History", Faith & Freedom (vol.68 pt. 1. pp. 10-21).