Andrew Lumsden

Andrew Lumsden was among the infuriated queens on the original London Pride march in 1972  and invented Gay News, our first national newspaper, which was taken to Court on a charge of blasphemy in 1977.  Check him out on, where this year he’s publishing HENRY LABOUCHERE, The Story of a British Mistake, and Incorporating the General History of Love, the story of the MP whose legislation in 1885 caused the arrests of Oscar Wilde in 1895 and of Alan Turing in 1952.