Nik Jovčić-Sas is a British-Serb LGBT activist, theologian and musician based in the United Kingdom. He is most notable for his video blog Orthodox Provocateur, which produces content focused around the conflict between LGBT rights and Eastern Orthodox Christianity in Eastern Europe. He is also the founder of Midsomer Norton Pride, the first LGBT Pride festival to take place in rural Somerset, and was the head organiser of Bath Pride 2017. Jovčić-Sas has also written a number of articles, for online media sites such as 'Balkanist' and 'Orthodoxy in Dialogue,' and had his first academic work "The Tradition of Homophobia: Responses in Serbian Orthodoxy to same-sex relationships from the nineteenth century to the present day" published in 2018.
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- "Un interviu cu un homosexual care merge mai des la biserică decât mulți heterosexuali declarați creștini". ea.md.
- "Nik Jovičić-Sas: Pravoslavni provokator". Optimist. Retrieved March 15, 2018.
- Ovens, Ruth (18 April 2017). "Midsomer Norton Pride 2017 what you need to know".
- Howard, Bronte (12 July 2017). "Bath Pride celebration takes place this weekend to showcase city's diversity".
- "The Tradition of Homophobia: Responses to Same-Sex Relationships in Serbian Orthodoxy from the Nineteenth Century to the Present Day". Springer International Publishing AG. Retrieved March 15, 2018.
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