Resources

On this page you can find links to our resources for young people as well as helpful resources that other people have created.

The LGF have created a number of resources covering a range of topics and issues for young people. You can view and download them here or you can find them at our building on Richmond St. If you wouldl ike copies of these for your school, college, youth space or work place, drop us an email and we will have some sent out to you  (resources are free for organisations based in Manchester). Email resources@lgf.org.uk for any enquires. 

Aim High

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.

Coming Out Guide (Poster)

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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.

Sex Education

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.

Where's Your Head At?

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Our wellbeing guide for young people.

A resource about the more common mental health problems that you may come across alongside useful information that will be particularly helpful for younger lesbian, gay and bisexual people.

Get In!

Get in!


This is ourguide to healthier lifestyles, sport and good mental health for LGB&T people. Get In! is designed to help you improve your health and wellbeing, find alternatives to the scene and to get active. Being LGB or T is not a barrier from getting into sports, so get (stuck) in!

Faith Book

faithbook


This is ourguide to celebrating faith and sexual orientation for LGB&T people. The aim of this resource is to reassure lesbian, gay bisexual and trans* people that whatever your personal beliefs there will be others who can support you.

Beating About The Bush

 

Beating About the Bush

This is 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 and ideal for women people aged 16 upwards.

 

metrosexual
 

It's Pronounced Metrosexual is a website designed to help people become better people. It features lots of really helpful and easy to understand articles that help to explain a variety of different things, including: sexuality, gender, identity, equal rights.


ARTICLES

You may find these articles particularly useful on the website:

  • The Genderbread person – really useful in understanding gender identities

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