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The July festival includes a march and a party in a park.“Having a biological child has always meant a lot to me,” he said earlier this year.You'll find that the whole city is LGBT friendly but if you are looking for gay Brighton then you’ll discover that Kemptown is the bustling heart of the LGBT community, with a relaxed village feel.According to an Office for National Statistics survey in 2010, London is home to the highest percentage of British people who identify as either gay, lesbian or bisexual than anywhere else in the UK at 2.5%. HIV/AIDS charities Terrence Higgins Trust and National AIDS Trust are also based in London as well as Pink News, a popular LGBT online newspaper.National LGBT magazines Gay Times, Attitude and DIVA are also based in the city, as are publications QX, Boyz, So So Gay, Out in the City which are distributed exclusively in the capital.