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- 15:58 PM Mar 20thviaLGF Website
Home Testing Kits
- 11:44 AM Mar 20thviaLGF Website
Manchester Community Safety
- 03:58 AM Mar 16thviaLGF Website
The LGF wins award for securing LGB people equal rights to access health services
The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) is being awarded for helping to improve the health of lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people by successfully campaigning for NHS England to monitor the sexual orientation of staff and patients.
- 10:50 AM Mar 13thviaLGF Website
Why I’m running for The LGF! - James’ Story
- 17:07 PM Mar 12thviaLGF Website
SUGAR & SPICE 8 – When Sali Met Bethany
This weekend sees The LGF’s annual celebration of International Women’s Day – Sugar & Spice 8. One of the highlights of the event will be the panel discussion, which takes place on Saturday 8th March from 5-6pm.
- 12:50 PM Mar 7thviaLGF Website
Panel announced for Sugar & Spice Festival 2014
We are delighted to announce the line-up of inspiring women who will be taking part in the panel discussion at Sugar & Spice 8 – Make Love Not War. The panel discussion at Sugar & Spice has become one of the most popular parts of the event and we’re sure that this year’s panel will continue that tradition.
- 19:11 PM Mar 6thviaLGF Website
The LGF’s highlights for LGBT History Month 2014!
- 16:54 PM Mar 5thviaLGF Website
LGB Community Leaders Survey I: Volunteers
- 15:41 PM Mar 3rdviaLGF Website
LGB Community Leaders Survey II: LGB Community
- 15:40 PM Mar 3rdviaLGF Website
LGB Community Leaders Survey III: Health & Social Care Staff
- 15:39 PM Mar 3rdviaLGF Website
Born This Way - Dusty Springfield Twistin' The Night Away - Sam Cook I Was Born This Way - Valentino
- 21:26 PM Mar 1stviaLGF
Listen to The LGF's LGBT History Month playlist!
- 15:36 PM Feb 28thviaLGF Website
Annual women's communications & services survey 2014
The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) offers an array of different services which entertain, inform and support lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) women. This survey is about where you socialise and/or get support or information relevant to you as an LGB woman (whether through The LGF or other means). The information you provide will help us to ensure that we’re providing high quality support services, social activities and information resources that appeal to LGB women and that these are being promoted through the correct communication channels. The survey should take around 5 to 10 minutes, and to thank you for your time, you will be entered into a prize draw to win £50 worth of shopping vouchers! The information you provide will remain confidential and anonymous. Thank you for taking part.
- 11:49 AM Feb 28thviaLGF Website
What makes great sex for men who have sex with men? Join us for The Great Sex Debate!
What’s sexy? What does good sex mean to you? How do you turn him on? What feels good? The Great Sex Debate is inviting you to an honest discussion with a panel of sexperts about the sex you’re having and the sex you want.
- 13:44 PM Feb 26thviaLGF Website
Men's Sex Talk Survey
- 11:04 AM Feb 25thviaLGF Website
To the person who asked "how can i become a gypsy", it's as easy as becoming an Asian. Just have Roma ancestors. We're not a club, we're an ethnicity. Growing up in the US to a father raised b...
- 16:11 PM Feb 24thviaLGF
i broke free shall we say as i wanted to go to school and learn ! it was so hard for us then back then to what it is today , im still not aloud to forget it to this day and im now in my fortes , some ...
- 16:11 PM Feb 24thviaLGF
Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Survey
- 14:32 PM Feb 24thviaLGF Website
Half of Manchester LGB people experience homophobic or biphobic hate crime: but very few report it
A report launched today by The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) with the support of Manchester City Council’s Equalities Team - Community Safety: the state of the city for Manchester’s lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) communities - found that LGB people’s needs are not being recognised and addressed across Manchester when they are most in need of support.
- 16:37 PM Feb 20thviaLGF Website