Two large, double gates guarded by the man with the shotgun would open and let us in and then close behind us." SOLD - please inquire if you'd like us to source this for you. Two original card stock Epic/Legacy Records promo posters, each 12 ¼"x12 ¼". Photography (band) Penny Smith, (Broadway) Bob Gruen. The cover shot - well printed on this poster - was by master photographer Norman Seeff, whose prolific credits include The Rolling Stone's for 'Exile On Main Street'. Two original Rolling Stones Records promo posters, each 12 ¼"x12 ¼". Peter Corriston also designed the superb covers for 'Some Girls' and Led Zeppelin's 'Physical Graffiti'. Great design for the well received 64 track box set compilation. Full press details (curiously with two incorrect dates) on reverse. 's warm up gig at Brixton Academy before their farewell show at Wembley Stadium four days later. The sleeve design was a pastiche of the BBC's series of sound effects LPs, one of which Paul Weller had apparently come across at Polydor's studios. Original promo material for the album is uncommon, this card display format particularly so. Autoamerican saw Blondie's focus becoming more diffuse, but 'Rapture' was a groundbreaking early Pop-Rap classic.SOLD - please inquire if you'd like us to source this for you. Recorded in Jamaica, Bill Wyman remembers: "We would be driven to Byron Lee's studio through downtown Kingston. George Michael and Andrew Ridgeley reunited in spirited fashion for the International Aids Day Benefit Concert in support of The Terrence Higgins Trust the year after Wham! This shot shows the moment - clearly visible on the video of the event - when George called Andrew on stage. The original cut-up can be seen here SOLD - please inquire if you'd like us to source this for you. Original Chrysalis card stock promo poster, 12"x12". The band's second UK no.1 album in succession, from which three classic singles 'Dreaming', 'Union City Blue' and 'Atomic' were drawn. The famous photograph was taken by Jim Marshall at the 1969 San Quentin gig. SOLD - please inquire if you'd like us to source this for you. Short statement on the facts: Of course I believe that all trans identifying people have the right to live their lives free from harassment and abuse, as does everyone.
I have been traumatised by my experiences on Saturday and by events since, resulting in a lack of sleep and inability to concentrate.
There is no acknowledgement at all that women are subject to oppression, sexual violence and harassment on the basis of our sex.
It appears that those who have signed the statement are in denial about women’s experiences in much the same way that the rest of society is.
Perfection is certainly not a qualification used to prevent men from speaking. That is the purpose of having debate, so we can all clarify our thinking.
Leaflets distributed at the bookfair about the Gender Recognition Act I am attaching the leaflets so people can read for themselves rather than speculating about what they said.
I also thank everyone who has sent messages of solidarity and support which are enabling me to get through this horrendous experience.