Support for men

Sex Tips For Men

In 2009, The Lesbian & Gay Foundation published Sex Tips For Men. It has been one of the most popular guides we have ever produced, and when stocks ran low, we decided to revisit, revamp and update.

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Support for women

Beating About The Bush

Our guide to sex and sexual health for women who have sex with women. This is the first resource of its kind in the UK for lesbian and bisexual women. It is also the most popular resource the LGF has ever produced.

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Are You Ready For Your Screen Test?

Our guide to cervical screening for lesbian and bisexual women. This guide tells you everything from when you should be invited for your test, to what to expect, to using your rights and how to make it the best possible experience.

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Girls on Pop

Research has found that lesbian and bisexual women drink more than heterosexual women so, in partnership with NHS Manchester, we created an information resource to help tackle the growing problem in Manchester by advocating drinking responsibly.

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Lesbian & Bisexual Women affected by sexual violence

This booklet is for lesbian & bisexual women who have been affected by sexual violence.

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Sex Education

Our guide to good sexual health for lesbian, gay and bisexual people. A favourite of the LGF team which has had several print incarnations. It is our most accessible sexual health resource and ideal for LGB people aged 16 upwards.

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Thanks For The Mammaries

A celebration of yours and hers - for women who have sex with women. A totally unique guide for lesbian and bisexual women on breast cancer awareness and other breast-related issues.

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Support for Young People

Aim High

Our inspirational guide for young people. This resource aims to encourage young LGB people to reach their goals and to show sexuality should not get in the way of success in the workplace.

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Coming Out Guide (Poster)

Our double-sided poster guide to 'Coming Out'. ‘Coming out’ is when you tell others about your sexual orientation; this may be family, friends, colleagues or even your GP.

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Sex Education

Our guide to good sexual health for lesbian, gay and bisexual people. A favourite of the LGF team which has had several print incarnations. It is our most accessible sexual health resource and ideal for LGB people aged 16 upwards.

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