WYQSStoriesLesley's jumpers Lesley's jumpers Lesley lived in Leeds for 30 years. She was a founding member of Leeds Lesbian Line and knitted the jumpers in this video to celebrate lesbian experience. Interview recorded by Chris Newby on 1.3.2019 Duration 06:37 Share this story...emailFacebookTwitterPinterest One of our Nine Queer Objects films. 1980s Community Feminism Leeds Lesbian Support Women More like this Hebden Bridge in the early 1990s Steve and Richard remember being part of an influx of gay couples moving to Hebden Bridge in the early 1990s. Finding a community on Tumblr Being part of the first generation to grow up on social media, Vex talks about finding community and exploring sex and sexuality on Tumblr. Friendship and support Sean talks of his friendship with Darren and how they responded to Darren's HIV diagnosis through 'hard partying', finding community support from older men in leather bars. Campaigning for gender neutral toilets Riley talks about the impact of a NUS LGBT conference which led to them being part of the Trans Caucus and campaigning for gender neutral toilets.