Diversity Role Model Fundraiser hosted by Girl Action sponsored by Gaydar Girls and g3 Magazine.

Saturday 3rd March 2012 9pm – 2.30am

Venue: Centro Club: 18 West Central Street, London WC1A 1JJ

The Girl Action team are thrilled to welcome you to the biggest show the lesbian London scene has seen for years as they host one almighty fundraiser for the Diversity Role Models Charity helping their essential work to prevent sexuality/gender based bulling in schools by educating all students about diversity.


Sponsored by Gaydar Girls and g3 magazine - ensuring a top class production whilst supporting a great cause you will be entertained by our gorgeous, sizzling stunt and dance troop ’GirlsRoc’ think Coyote Ugly empowerment, mixed with Pussy Cat Doll perfection, add fire to heat things up, then a splash of champagne for an extravagant edge – and voilá you have the GirlsRoc cocktail – an exceptional show of highly skilled acrobats and aerial performances will blow your mind.


For those looking for a more refined experience of the night and prefer a more sophisticated atmosphere whilst others party hard downstairs we have opened the Balcony bar for our MINT members, with ample seating and your own VIP bar overlooking the main dance area.


Showcasing the cream of the female DJ talent including Yvette Lindquist, MoniCa Dee, DJ Kacey, Miss Cupcake and special guest DJ from ‘Good Girls Gone Bad Dj Sipz C hitting the decks at the Centro club with its turbo-charged sound system, state of the art light and visuals – creating a more incredible clubbing experience, attitude free and a fun night out for everyone.


With all profits being donated to the Diversity Role Models, bring your girlfriends, mates, lovers and gay guys as we welcome you to a new LA inspired sensational clubbing experience.


Limited Early Bird tickets at just £5! Buy yours now from the link below before they sell out!




About the Charity.

Diversity Role Models work to prevent homophobic and gender based bullying in schools by educating all students about diversity. They use positive role models – gay, straight and transgender – to help LGB and T students feel confident and to ensure their classmates understand, accept and welcome the differences they notice in others.





LGBT London For Ken: Fundraising Dinner 

Ken Livingstone has always supported the LBGT community, now it’s our turn to support him…


Monday 12th March
The Grand Connaught Rooms

Ken Livingstone is hosting a dinner for London's LGBT community which will take place on Monday 12th March at The Grand Connaught Rooms, 61 - 65 Great Queen Street, London, WC2B 5DA. 

The evening will begin with a drinks reception at 6.30pm, followed by a 3-course meal with wine at 7.30pm. Individual tickets range from £150-£250 and tables from £1500-£2500. All profits will go towards Ken's campaign to be elected Mayor of London. All ticket bookings are handled through the Labour Party website:


Please join Ken for an evening that will be full of fun and entertainment and will reaffirm Ken's commitment to LGBT issues.




For further information please telephone 07964 062766 or complete the contact form.




London - 

Aegis Training has always been proud to achieve outstanding fat loss results with its busy, female, City based clients. These time-poor, high-powered clients know that a personal training studio like Aegis will always deliver the goods based on their needs.

But there are women all over the country that are equally as busy. They may not be high-flying city lawyers - but mums, teachers, administrators - busy women that may not have the luxury of attending a studio like Aegis.

This is why Aegis is proud to launch their tried and tested programme just for women, one you can do in the comfort of your own home - one that promises to drop you two jean sizes in a month. The programme has been specifically designed for women who want to achieve the kind of fat-loss Aegis’ clients do on a monthly basis, but for whatever reason, financial, geographical or other, can’t make it to a studio to train.

The programme is called SKINNY B*TCH and Aegis ran a trial just before Christmas, the aim: to get their test-subjects to become a ‘skinny b*tch’ for the Christmas season.

So they got 20 ladies, to hand over 30 days of their life and trust Aegis to deliver.

Zack Cahill, the trainer spearheading the programme states: “I generally train people who routinely work ridiculous hours and have a lot on their plate. I tend to only have 2 hours a week of in-person contact time and I’d be a moron if I asked them to do hours and hours of exercise daily, be insanely restrictive in their diets, or go through bottles of obscure supplements. I know they’re busy people and I’m all about working with people to work with their schedule. So I took this philosophy over to the Skinny Bitches test and made it possible for this group of people to work with me in a way that suits them.”

The results have been phenomenal (see attached images). With no more than 20 minutes of training a day, at home, without equipment or a gym membership - the members of the test achieved great fat-loss.

Here are some quotes from the ladies themselves...

"Hey guys final results are in!! Minus 5.2kgs (11.5lbs) - minus 6 inches on waist and minus 2.25 inches on hips! Thanks so much Zack for giving me the kick-start I needed to a healthier and fitter (exercise-wise not hotness-wise haha) me! I would never have been this motivated BSB (before skinny bitch) thank u so much !”

"I have weighed and measured today as we have friends coming, so I'm going to have my first drink of the month! Altogether 17 pounds down now, 3 inches from waist, 2 from hips, 3 from top of leg and 2 from top of my arms. Totally delighted, I'm a different shape altogether and feel brilliant. I am going to continue as best I can until Christmas week, its work nights out etc so I will follow the rules. Thanks Zack, you did perform a miracle x"

"Right here it is: i've lost 7.3 kgs (16.09 lbs), 2.5 inches from the waist and 2.5 inches from the hips!! and in Shakira's words...the hips don't lie ladies!!! am so pleased I've defo exceeded pre baby weight and some ... I last weighed this 11 years ago!!!! look out boys!!!"

The test was so successful that through word of mouth on social networking sites, January’s ‘Skinny B*tch’ first ‘real’ run is completely full. Bookings are now being taken for February’s group and it costs just £47 for the month. Not a bad price to pay to drop two jean sizes.


To book your place on February’s programme, contact Zack - info@aegistraining.co.uk - with subject line - “I want to be a Skinny B*tch”.


To find out more about Aegis, visit www.aegistraining.co.uk



About Aegis

Results driven, no-nonsense training.

One of the City Of London's leading personal training specialists in fat-loss for the busy professional. With years of experience dealing with the challenges faced by lawyers, bankers and business owners in the city, we have developed systems that will work with your demanding lifestyle and produce results every single time. Poor sleep, stress, client lunches/drinks all make it difficult to lose weight and stay in great shape. We show our clients how the real methods for fast fat loss, honed over years of training people at our award winning private personal training studio.

Aegis is proud to be one of Time Out London’s TOP 10 GYMS 2012.


To discuss coverage, more information, pictures and interviews, please contact Uwern Jong at uwern@boutiquemarketing.co.uk or 020 3286 3170





London - Out There magazine, the world's first luxury bi-annual compendium of homoculture, voices, style and travel targeted at discerning gay men in 20 countries worldwide launched its brand new website today, providing online users with a more integrated online experience and showcasing current content across its four blogs. The website also features outline content from the magazine's printed editions, allowing readers to browse content before buying or subscribing. The website was developed by Boutique Marketing, sister organisation and co-publishers of the magazine.

Coinciding with the launch of the new site, is the magazine's announcement that it will be making its current and past issues available on iPad and other mobile devices via the AppStore and Android Marketplace. This is set to triple the magazine's distribution worldwide and offer a contemporary platform to read the magazine in addition to the luxury, printed coffee-table issues. The mobile platforms are due for launch in the first quarter of 2012, with a launch date set for the end of February.

"Expanding our digital capabilities is in line with the magazine's growth over the last 2 years since its inception in 2010. Now distributed in 20 countries worldwide, we're truly excited about expanding our digital offering and making our magazine more accessible to all types of readers, especially those in areas that we don't distribute, showcasing the people who are making an impact on gay and queer arts, activism, fashion and travel across the world - with a step away from mainstream gay-culture." - says Martin Perry, Editorial and Creative Director of Out There magazine.

For more information, please contact Eoin at the Out There PR team on 0203 286 3580. 









The BNP Paribas Pride Network hosted a fundraising Winter Party on 14 December for the newly-launched Diversity Role Models – a campaigning organisation that aims to tackle homophobia through education. The event took place at 5 Aldermanbury Square Offices on the 17th Floor. 


The event was attended by a large number of members of the group’s LGBT network and supporters of equality. BNP Paribas were delighted to be able to give support to Diversity Role Models as well as raise awareness for Gendered Intelligence – an arts-based programme to foster understanding of gender identity. 

Guests were charmed by the captivating Drew, one of the stars from the recent series on Channel Four 'My Transsexual Summer'.  Pippa Dale and Vinay Kapoor, the Network's co-chairs, both agreed 'hosting this event demonstrated BNP Paribas's commitment to diversity and continued support in helping worthwhile charities'."


The event itself was attended by well over 150 people and we had representatives from CIB, BP2S, Real Estate, a number of the other banks, law firms as well as our sponsored charities.  We were delighted to raise over £1,500 for Diversity Role Models, as well as a smaller figure for Gendered Intelligence.