This is the stream of consciousness where there is a streaming list of updates from twitter and comments from the site.
- 15:24 PM May 16thviaLGF Website
Hate crime vigil for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia
A unique vigil to remember victims of hate crime will be held in Manchester on Saturday 17th May to mark International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT), including guest speaker Sylvia Lancaster.
- 15:06 PM May 16thviaLGF Website
Barclays support International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia
Barclays bank is collaborating with The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (The LGF) over International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT) by displaying messages of support on their cash machines across the UK.
- 10:43 AM May 14thviaLGF Website
In the circa 1950's film about "The Homosexual" on YOUTUBE, the theme here is..."Beware of the SICK Homosexual ! " Labeling all gay men as sick and ill,...and all as child predators. By today's stand...
- 15:10 PM May 13thviaLGF
National LGB&T Partnership joins forces with Dying Matters
The National LGB&T Partnership are joining forces with the Dying Matters Coalition to encourage and support people from lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans communities to talk openly about end of life issues in the run-up to Dying Matters Awareness Week.
- 09:50 AM May 13thviaLGF Website
Part of the Picture - LGB Drugs and Alcohol Research
The Part of the Picture (POTP) research project is a five-year partnership between The Lesbian & Gay Foundation (LGF) and the University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), funded by the Big Lottery Fund's research programme between 2009-2014.
- 15:57 PM May 12thviaLGF Website
The National Network of Lesbian and Bisexual Women’s Service Providers brings together organisations that are providing specialist services for self-identifying lesbian and bisexual women to improve service provision and enhance knowledge.
- 16:27 PM May 9thviaLGF Website
Sugar and Spice
- 14:50 PM May 9thviaLGF Website
More ‘inclusive’ health services needed for LGB people with substance addiction
Lesbian, gay and bisexual (LGB) people are often unable to get the right support for substance use as health services are not set up to meet their specific needs. A five-year study into drug and alcohol use among LGB people in England found they are seven times more likely to take illegal drugs compared to the general population, and twice as likely to binge drink.
- 17:00 PM May 6thviaLGF Website
Hate Crime App
- 16:35 PM May 1stviaLGF Website