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Your relationships

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Assertiveness and confidence

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Recognising emotions

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Diet, nutrition and exercise

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Common mental health problems

There are loads of different mental health problems that you or people around you may experience at some point in your life time.

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Useful mental health links

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Myths about mental health

Now it's time to answer some questions and dispel some common myths around mental health.

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Am I gay?

This is a question that in the end only you can answer.

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Homophobia and bullying

Homophobia is a dislike or fear of someone who is lesbian, gay or bisexual for no other reason apart from their sexuality.

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Online safety

In today’s fast paced world it might not always be possible to find that special someone during our day to day lives.

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Outspoken: Evelyn Asante-Mensah OBE

To mark Black History Month this October, we interview Evelyn for our 'outspoken' page in outnorthwest.

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Making LGBT Black History

October marks the start of Black History Month, here we highlight LGB and T events and news from around the region.

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FIERCE North West

Celebrating black queer creativity and activism.  Artist/photographer Ajamu is extending his successful photographic project ‘Fierce’ to create 25-30 new portraits of young Black LGBTQ people across the country.This Saturday 5th Ocotber at The LGF Community Resource Centre.

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LGF Chair of Trustees wins Charity chair of the year

We are delighted that David McGovern, The Lesbian & Gay Foundation’s Chair of our Board of Trustees has been voted Charity chair of the year  in the Third Sector Excellence Awards 2013. 

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PrEP

The Lesbian & Gay Foundation, together with community based HIV prevention agencies from across England, have developed a joint statement on Pre – Exposure Prophylaxis.

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Anal cancer for health professionals

Anal cancer is rare.  Approximately 1,000 people are diagnosed with anal cancer each year in the UK.

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HIV for health professionals

An estimated 96,000 people were living with HIV in the UK by the end of 2011, an increase from 91,500 in 2010. 

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Domestic violence for health professionals

Domestic violence in LGB communities can remain hidden locally, as well as nationally.

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